CHALK & MESH
INSTRUCTIONS AND TUTORIALS
Stencil Use and Cleaning Instructions
Burning a design onto a cutting board using a stencil and Torch Paste
It takes a while to heat up the torch paste, so feel free to fast forward in some areas. This is one of my favorite ways to use my Chalk & Mesh stencils.
Stenciling a Child's T-Shirt
For fabrics, make sure to use a sticky mat under the top layer. I use Speedball fabric ink for most of my fabric projects.
Bleaching a Design Onto a T-shirt, Part 1
To make this work better, you need to thicken the bleach with "Thick It". "Thick It" is a liquid thickener for people who have swallowing problems. You can find it in the pharmacy area of most stores, or on Amazon. The bleach mix should be a pudding consistency.
Bleaching a Design Onto a T-shirt, Part 2
Sorry for leaving you alone for so long. You can fast forward that part. LOL
Decorating a Coffee Cup
I stopped recording a little early. Check out the picture below for the finished product. I used an eye makeup applicator to clean up the flaws.
Christmas Design Stenciled Onto a
Dollar Tree Tray.
I used two colors on this tray. It was a little tricky with out the right tool. For stenciling in small spaces, I would recommend a Detailed Squeegee. They are great in tight spots and with small details.