Our First Chalk Couture Projects

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Our first Chalk Couture Projects - Southern Charm Wreaths

Today in the wreath shop, we’re trying out Chalk Couture products. Yes, you read that right, no wreaths today! Instead we’re making a fun chalkboard using Chalkology Paste and transfers. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. If you click a link and make a purchase, I could earn a few pennies in commission. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

Our First Chalk Couture Projects

You may have guessed by now that I love getting boxes in the mail every month from places like Stitch Fix and Chalk Couture is no exception! When you join as a designer, you get a welcome kit of $200 worth of products and then for $24.95 a month you receive additional products each month. Today we’re opening our starter box and doing our first projects!
Chalk Couture is a versatile set of products that allows you to get that perfect chalkboard look! Have you ever tried to hand letter words on a chalk board using standard chalk or even chalk markers? It’s not easy! Not to mention weeding out details when use a vinyl machine.  Chalk Couture takes all of the guesswork out and gives you a sharp, clean, beautiful design the first time.
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As I mentioned, after joining Chalk Couture as a designer we received our first starter box which costs $99 but is full with over $200 worth of goodies! Included in our Chalk Couture starter box was:
  • A cute Chalk Couture apron
  • Angled squeegee
  • Small squeegee
  • Assortment of Chalk Transfers (stencils)
  • Chalkology Paste – White, Aquamarine, Grey
  • Framed chalkboard
  • Circle chalkboard
  • Wax
  • Thank you cards

Basically everything you need to get started!

How to Use Chalk Couture Videos…



How to Use Chalk Couture:

  • Prep your chalkboard, if needed by rubbing chalk all over it a couple of times in different directions and then wipe down excess chalk. (If using a prepped chalkboard from Chalk Couture skip this step.)
  • Choose your Chalk Transfer and layout
  • Choose your Chalkology Paste colors
  • Place your Chalk Transfer(s) on your project
  • Spread a thin layer of Chalkology Paste over the transfer using the squeegee – work quickly, it dries fast!
  • Lift the transfer to reveal your beautiful creation!
  • Clean your Chalk Transfer immediately

Additional Tips:

  • Cut the small squeegee in half so it will fit in the paint jars better.
  • Place a damp cloth over your design if you need more time.
  • Wash your stencils quickly by keeping a pan of water close by.
  • Add glitter to your project before the Chalkology Paste is dry.
  • Use Chalkology Paste on sanded wood, metal, glass, fabric, chalkboards and more!


If you would like to shop my Chalk Couture Store, click here.

To join my Chalk Couture team as a designer and earn commissions on your own Chalk Couture sales, click here.

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Happy Wreathing,


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  1. Lisa on September 4, 2018 at 11:25 am

    The link to your Chalk Couture store did not work

    • Julie Siomacco on September 6, 2018 at 7:51 am

      Yes, I decided that unfortunately chalk couture is not a good fit for my business model or my business’s core values and had to stop using their products.

  2. Kristi on January 23, 2021 at 3:01 pm

    I was wondering if you could explain why it didn’t work out for you? I was considering joining or at least purchasing some items but I’m on the fence so I’m curious what changed your mind. Thanks!

    • Julie Siomacco on January 26, 2021 at 1:29 pm

      Because it takes a lot of time to build a team, train a team, inspire and motivate a team to sell for them. They changed their terms of service where I couldn’t use it with my current business and therefore, I decided it was better to use the time of growing their business into growing my business that I own and can pass down to generations.

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