Every year people panic to find the perfect gift. We at T2C have been collecting idea’s all year long to bring you the perfect gift guide at all price levels. When you’re at the end of your rope trying to find the perfect Christmas present this year, come to this guide for some great suggestions.
Wendy and sister Sondra have always been crafty, so when they noticed chalkboard surfaces trending in interior design they thought ‘imagine if we could put a chalkboard on a shirt to create a new shirt everyday!’.
The sisters were determined to create a chalkboard-like surface that could accept chalk markers, not only smudgy traditional limestone chalk. As mothers themselves, Sondra and Wendy also felt the shirts had to be durable, machine washable and re-useable.
After much research and a bit of product testing help from their school aged children, voila! Chalk of the Town t-shirts were born.
DRAW & WRITE
Draw or write on chalkboard surface area of T-shirt or tote with a Chalk of the Town marker or traditional limestone chalk. For best results, lay shirt on a flat surface to draw and use only markers available through Chalk of the Town. Use of other chalk markers may result in staining of the chalkboard surface.
Use a damp cotton to wipe surface clean. Chalk of the Town is designed to be used, worn, erased and washed over and over again!
STENCIL CREATIVITY Let your imagination run wild or use stencil to express your personal interests and style. “Best Day” stencil is provided in each kit. Additional stencils are for sale in our shop.
HOW TO START A MARKER
Shake marker first and then press the tip on a piece of scrap paper a few times until the ink starts to flow.
T-SHIRT CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Machine wash cold, inside out. Tumble dry low. Use only non-chlorine bleach. Do not iron on decoration. For best results, wipe chalkboard surface clean after use with a damp cloth and launder within a week. Wash cloth in laundry with dark colors.
The shirts range from $18 – $29 and are sure to keep your kids creative, busy and laughing while you cook Christmas dinner