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How To Make A Watering Can Spring Banner

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Let me show you how to make a watering can Spring Banner using Chalk Couture products.

How To Make A Watering Can Spring Banner #ourcraftymom #springbanner #springdecor #chalkcouture

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You guys I couldn’t wait to show you this Spring Banner. It was so much fun to make and I used products from the new Chalk Couture Spring Catalog, which you can download here.

Spring Catalog

If you follow me on social media, or have stopped by my blog recently, you know I am absolutely loving Chalk Couture.

As I have been crafting for over 30 years, I have used a lot of craft products over the years.

These products are sincerely some of my favorite crafting products that I’ve used in several years.

If you are not familiar with Chalk Couture, here is a post I shared  that talks a little more about it.


Watering Can Banner

Let me show you how easy this banner is to make and also how versatile it is!

How To Make A Watering Can Spring Banner



watering can transfer

Lay the banner on a flat surface and place the transfer where you want it to go-making sure there is enough room for the flowers and Garden.

The transfer is sticky so you don’t have to worry about using tape on fabric. 

storm ink on watering can

Use the squeegee to apply the storm ink making sure to fill in all the areas. Look at how crisp this is:

transfer on watering can

Next, use eucalyptus ink on the garden transfer and slowly remove the transfer.

It is important to clean the transfer with cool water as soon as you can so that you can reuse the transfer many times!

That is one of the great things about Chalk Couture transfers. Also, a little ink and paste goes a long way.

A jar lasts a very long time! 

garden transfer


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You can use a blow dryer to speed up the drying time, or you can let it dry naturally. As I am an impatient crafter, I use a blow dryer.

Finish the banner by adding the garden tool, pretty Spring flowers and a cute little bird:

little bird on banner

This watering can transfer is part of the Home Grown Collection from Chalk Couture called Chalk Stories.

It coordinates with the Harvest Transfer and I used only the gardening tool in the banner.

I love that you can mix and match these transfers and really create beautiful home decor pieces.

I also made a pillow using just the watering can and storm ink shown here:

Watering Can Chalk Couture

To show you how versatile these transfers are, I also made a chalkboard sign with the same watering can:

Bloom & Grow Sign

Wouldn’t these projects make a great Mother’s Day gift? One transfer can be used 15+ times if maintained properly.

I hope you enjoyed these home decor projects. If you want more information about Chalk Couture, or have any questions, please leave me a comment, or send me an email.

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

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You can also check out the Chalk Couture online store here. You may like this fun Spring Vignette using the Hello Spring Transfer and chalkboard cardstock to make tags:

Mini Mason Jars Filled With Succulents perfect for Easter or Spring. #springmasonjars #masonjarcrafts #easterdecor #springdecor

How about using transfers on mason jars like I show here.

Hero Image Christmas Mason Jars Our Crafty Mom

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Thursday 4th of April 2019

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Joyce Tracy

Sunday 10th of March 2019

Hey this looks so cool! Is it as easy to do? The ladies at our church recently did a craft puting gosiple song names on stained boards as a wall plack. It was very teadious work on the helpers, not to mention the felt like transfers were not so easy to transfer for everyone. And I'm talking for a group of 200 hundred women at a setting. It was an awesome keeper project for us all. Looking for something like this that we could all do again. Any recommendations? Would love to here from you.

Joyce Tracy Glenville Church Wichita, Ks.


Friday 8th of March 2019

This is really cute. I love all of the signs you make!

Cherryl Ehlenburg

Wednesday 6th of March 2019

I still haven't started using Chalk Couture, but every time I see one of these projects, I want to try it. Maybe soon! This is cute, so I would love to try it!

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