Nothing is safe! Inking My Dish Drying Mat.

Nothing is safe

Nothing is safe from being inked around here. We have a dishwasher. It is brand new, never used. I do dishes by hand. I find doing dishes relaxing and the hot water on my hands always eases my arthritis. But I am not a shopper. I never shop unless I absolutely have to and even then, I never go beyond exactly what I am there to get. No shopping the isles and looking at what’s new for me. I am an in and out kind of shopper. I always have a list. It is always small.

So as silly as it sounds, I did not know there was such a thing as a dish drying mat. I don’t use a dish rack. Dishes get washed and then dried immediately because we have very hard water here. I’ve always just used a thick tea towel as a drying mat. Of course, now that I have found this mat, it makes perfect sense that it should exist. I can’t be the only one who does not use their dishwasher.

I decided to ink it because it is black, it is textured and I like to ink everything fabric. Inking on black and inking on texture, even relatively flat texture, takes a bit of practice. What better to practice on than a solid surface without decoration? The mat seemed a perfect canvas to me.

I love this Boho Circles transfer too. They remind me of spirograph. I did the darkest circle with the hot mess method because I find the dark, dark colours can be hard to see on black surfaces. The Mauvelous lightens up the Regal enough that it is clearly visible.

Supply List: Dish Drying Mat, Chalk Couture Transfer, Bright White, Mauvelous and Regal Chalkology Ink, Ink Mat, Small Squeegee, Iron, Parchment Paper.

If you haven’t tried ink, I encourage you to give it a try. You will find you are suddenly personalizing your jeans, making tons of t-shirts and filling your up your tea towel drawer. Or maybe pillows, pillow cases or even a banner for your mantel. It’s addicting.

If you are a crafter and want to know more about the versatility of Chalk Couture in your craft room, visit my Customer Lounge for demo’s and offers.

And if you are an entrepreneur, make money beautifully. Ask me how.

The Chalk Couture opportunity is powerful and creatively inspirational. When you become an Independent Designer, there are several ways you can increase your monthly income. You can register for vendor events, sell both products and the finished goods you create with the products, grow your Club Couture subscribers and hold Create & Take workshops – big or small – whichever you prefer. The possibilities are endless and limited only by your imagination! Join the fun and join my team.

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