Time to Read: 2 mins
Supplies Required:All you need is a:
- Chalkola metallic markers
- Chalkola Premium Wet Wipe Markers
- Platinum Series window markers
- Damp sponge
- Glass bowl
Step OneJacqueline is a young woman who loves to draw and paint. She has her own YouTube channel called Tenshi Crafts that showcases her artistic talents. She shares the processes she uses to create paintings, clay miniatures, jewelry, drawings, nail art, and even a hot glue waterfall.
Step TwoJacqueline tried Chalkola chalk markers and was impressed with the vivid colors and how easy clean up was.
Step ThreeAs the box says, Chalkola chalk markers are best used on non porous surfaces. They easily wash out of clothing, dry quickly, are non toxic and child safe, and the colors stay brilliant and beautiful until they are wiped away.
Step FourShe read the quick start guide on the back of the box and gave the pen she chose a few good shakes to mix up the ink in the reservoir.
Step FiveThere were ten colors to choose from plus the six metallic markers.
Step SixChalkola Premium Wet Wipe Markers have bright, bold colors. Here we see pink and blue.
Step 7Jacqueline lines up the markers so that she can see all the different colors she has to choose from.
Step 8The Platinum Series window markers have a 15mm jumbo tip that is ideal for sign making.
Step 9After shaking the marker well, Jacqueline draws the ink down from the reservoir to the nib by pressing it against a hard surface a few times.
Step 10The ink descends from the reservoir and saturates the nib.
Step 11Jacqueline chooses an orange chalk marker to draw on a coffee mug.
Step 12Once it’s dry, Chalkola chalk markers won’t rub off or smear. You can see how bright the colors are in the hearts and curls she’s made on the mug.
Step 13A damp sponge removes the marker easily even though it won’t rub off when touched.
Step 14Jacqueline uses a glass bowl containing two dragons to draw a flame with orange and yellow Chalkola markers. When she’s finished it looks as if one of the dragons is breathing fire.
Step 15Now she moves to the window with a blue marker and begins to draw.
Step 16Using yellow, green, pink, red, and two shades of blue, Jacqueline begins to draw a unicorn.
Step 17The unicorn is complete! The bright colors really stand out and you can see she’s added a few interesting details.
Step 18Jacqueline adds a final touch by pouring some water over the artwork on the window.
Step 19The colors running as they dissolve in the water create a stunning effect. You can undoubtedly think of other unique techniques and effects to use. Chalkola Premium Wet Wipe chalk markers are versatile as well as beautiful. Also read – Welcome the Seasons with Chalkola Chalk Markers
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