Sneak Peek: Lolly’s Chalk

This past week we featured Vintage Market Days of Metro Dayton’s upcoming “Life’s a Garden” event on Cincy Chic. With so many great vendors attending the event, I wanted to chat with a few of them to learn more about what they’re bringing to the show!

At Sheri Hamilton’s Lolly’s Chalk, you’ll learn how to make professional “smudge-proof” chalked decor in just minutes! And, if your artistic skills aren’t quite at the “professional” level, no worried, because there is no skill required to learn!

Lolly’s Chalk is an independent designer for Chalk Couture products, and they’ll show you how easy it is to create high-quality chalked decor using reusable silk screen transfers, removable chalk paste, and permanent inks to reveal your inner artist.

“The silk screens allow for a level of detail that you cannot get with traditional one-use stencils,” says Hamilton. “The chalk paste does not smudge, but washes off of chalkboard surfaces with water. You can use our products on other surfaces like wood, metal, glass, plastic, porcelain, etc.”

Hamilton says it’s easy to take pieces from drab to fab in a flash when you use Lolly’s Chalk.

Hamilton is eager to attend this year’s Vintage Market Days event and says she’ll be bringing along best sellers for customers to purchase.

Best sellers for Lolly’s Chalk are white paste for chalkboards as well as a variety of paste colors for other surfaces. With nearly 100 designers to choose from, customers can mix-and-match and customize their own look with font sets.

“At Vintage Market Days, I’ve found our most popular transfers are Vintage Truck, Enjoy the Journey, Happy Camper, Farmhouse, and fonts,” she says. “We’re so excited to bring Chalk Couture products to the Dayton/Cincinnati area to share the chalky fun.”

Learn more about Lolly’s Chalk here. You can also follow along on Instagram and Facebook.

There’s still time to get your tickets for Vintage Market Days of Metro Day! Purchase tickets here and follow along on Instagram and Facebook.

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