I wanted to try experimenting with glitter on chalk paste and what better transfer to try but Boots & Bling? It kind of sounds like it is calling for glitter. I had a board from the Board & Pillar Stand that was extra. I am going to use the stand with one of the house cutouts for another design. The board fit Boots & Bling perfectly.
I did the boot with Storm paste and let that completely dry. Then I did the boot design and text layer in Cherry Blossom. While that was still wet, I poured silver glitter on and shook it around a bit. When I tapped the extra glitter off, it worked great. And it was really easy.
I do think the design calls for glitter that is a little more fine. This glitter is a little too chunky. Plus, I think I would like it better if the glitter was on the boot design but not on the text. That is one of the best things about Chalk Couture. I can remove it and design it again.
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