Handmade Charlotte Family Message Center-Chore Chart
ITEM # 1641934P31
Handmade Charlotte Family Message Center-Chore Chart
ITEM # 1641934P31

DESCRIPTION +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • FolkArt® Handmade Charlotte™ Stencils – Family Message Center
  • FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint- Black
  • FolkArt® Acrylic Paint – Licorice
  • Stencil tape
  • Stencil brush – 5/8"
  • Brush basin or water container for water
  • Foam plates
  • Paper towels
  • Pencil
  • Ruler

DIRECTIONS:

1. Measure your wall and plan your layout before beginning. Make sure the wall is clean and free of dust.
2. Position paper stencil and tape in place. Load a stencil brush with Black Chalkboard paint. Blot on paper towel.
3. Use a pouncing motion to stencil. Carefully remove stencil.
4. Allow to dry. Reapply for opaque coverage. Allow to dry.
5. To add more lines, put stencil tape over the word CHORES before lining up next set.
6. Repeat steps as needed. Make sure each stenciled shape is completely dry before laying another stencil to avoid smearing paint.
7. Use ruler and pencil to lightly mark spacing for day columns. Stencil as above.
8. Position letters over each day column; stencil with Licorice.
9. Let everything dry completely.
10. Prepare the chalkboard.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

DIRECTIONS:

1. Measure your wall and plan your layout before beginning. Make sure the wall is clean and free of dust.
2. Position paper stencil and tape in place. Load a stencil brush with Black Chalkboard paint. Blot on paper towel.
3. Use a pouncing motion to stencil. Carefully remove stencil.
4. Allow to dry. Reapply for opaque coverage. Allow to dry.
5. To add more lines, put stencil tape over the word CHORES before lining up next set.
6. Repeat steps as needed. Make sure each stenciled shape is completely dry before laying another stencil to avoid smearing paint.
7. Use ruler and pencil to lightly mark spacing for day columns. Stencil as above.
8. Position letters over each day column; stencil with Licorice.
9. Let everything dry completely.
10. Prepare the chalkboard.