You can use Chalkology Paste on paper with a little bit of preparation. The key is that you do not want the paper to stick to the transfer in a way that you can’t remove it. Use card stock or thicker paper for cutouts or cards. Try butcher’s paper for cutouts. Fuzz the transfer a few times and wax the paper before placing the transfer. I use Minwax Paste Finishing Wax in Natural. The fuzzing and the waxing work together to allow you to pull the transfer up without ripping the paper.
When waxing, you want to use very little wax. You just want a very light covering. Rub it on with a cloth and buff it in a bit. Don’t worry that the paper changes colour or colour tone when waxed, or that it might look streaky. It will dry and the colour will go back to being even.
I encourage you to give it a try.
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