Making Chalkboard Labels Using Chalk Markers & Blackboard Contact PaperKassaUSA
Misplacing your items can be very easy, especially if your belongings aren’t organized and you don’t know where everything is. Staying organized is important for many people, and knowing where all of your items are stashed is extremely useful. Using liquid chalk markers and chalkboard contact paper to create labels can help with staying organized and up to date with all of your supplies.
How to Create Labels
First, make sure that you have your Kassa chalk markers and chalkboard contact paper with you. As long as you have an adhesive vinyl and chalk markers, you’re good to go.
Next, cut your contact paper into its desired shape using the guidelines on the back. The shape of the paper can be anything you want it to be, and the shape can cover just a portion of the surface or cover the entire surface. If you need to, you can use pencil to draw a design on the back of the contact paper to ensure a solid outline.
Then, after you have cut the shape out of the contact paper, use the Kassa chalk markers to write a label.
- Finally, just peel off the back of the contact paper and place your label on any surface you need, whether the surface is on a container, jar, or cardboard box.
VIDEO DEMONSTRATIONCheck out the video below for a fun demonstration labeling chalk labels with liquid chalk pens!