Time to Read: 2 mins
Supplies Required:All you need is a:
- Photo frame
- White paper
- Chalkola chalk markers
Step 1Lina Eckstrand is an artist and interior designer who loves to refinish old furniture. She has a vintage goods store named WackyGoose in Gothenburg, Sweden. Lina creates a lot of art using chalk paint that she sells in her shop and over the internet. She was very impressed with Chalkola Premium Wet Wipe Markers.
Step 2Lina opens the mailer containing the Chalkola chalk markers. She is very interested in trying out the jumbo window markers with the 3 in 1 nib.
Step 3After vigorously shaking the blue marker, Lina presses the tip down firmly on the plastic. She watches as the ink begins to saturate the nib.
Step 4The closest non porous surface at hand is the plastic package of Chalkola markers so that’s what Lina uses for her first experiment. She prints big, bold letters in Swedish with a heart to punctuate it. Lina is pleased with the bright color and with how smoothly the ink flows.
Step 5Now she is seeing if clean up is really as simple as the box says. She uses a damp cloth to wipe away the color, noting that it does smear at first but it is simple to wipe away.
Step 6Lina is impressed with how all the color is gone, leaving no residue or smears on the surface.
Step 7She plans to make a whiteboard out of a picture frame she recently bought at a flea market. Then she will have an ideal surface with which to have some fun with the Chalkola markers.
Step 8She intends to use a piece of white paper in place of a photo for the frame.
Step 9She removes the back of the frame and reaches for the white paper.
Step 10She then places the paper in the frame on top of the glass and replaces the back.
Step 11Lina now has a portable whiteboard!
Step 12She starts by printing some letters.
Step 13She erases the letters, pleased with how the whiteboard is working.
Step 14Lina looks through all the Chalkola markers to choose some colors. There are so many beautiful colors!
Step 15Lina adds a smile to the face of the sun in her whimsical drawing. Once Chalkola ink dries it’s easy to add extra details.
Step 16She shows off her portable whiteboard drawing.
Step 17In this close up of Lina’s whiteboard drawing you can see how brilliant the colors are and how well her portable chalkboard worked. Lina was please with how easy it is to wipe away and clean up Chalkola markers. She loved the vivid colors, how smoothly the markers worked, and how quickly the ink dried. As an artist who uses chalk markers as a common medium, Lina was very impressed with the quality and beauty of Chalkola Premium Wet Wipe Markers. Also read – Chalkboards Love Chalkola Chalk Markers
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