How to: transfer images using chalk
Stencil art has been all the rage for a few years now, and I love the concept, but I hate all the cutting involved with stencil making. And although the quote made me smile, I'm happy that the tutorial shows a less messy way of transferring images than regular stencils.
Now this way of doing things won't work with spray paint, so if you're a graffiti artist, you might want to stick to your old ways. But for gals like me who love colouring books and filling in voids using regular paint, felt tip pens or even crayons, it works ever so nicely.
Another perk is that you can use regular paper. You don't need to buy cardboard or other special stencil art tools. I've even tried it for transferring a doodle I drew onto the cover of a notebook I made using the DIY Mini pocket notebook tutorial. Afterwards I could just brush the chalk off and enjoy the end result.
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