December 10, 2019

DIY Chalk Paint!

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You will not believe how easy and FUN this recipe is to make! DIY Chalk Paint…that’s right, make your own paint at home!

Ingredients 

Chalk – Multicolours

Water

That’s it

All you need to do is whizz together each individual chalk colour in your processor (or if you don’t’ have a processor,  a mortar & pestle OR place the chalk in a zip seal bag & bash it with a rolling pin….this is great for getting out any pent up frustrations lol).

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I add each colour into a separate dish (which, as a side note, is also fun to play with on it’s own).

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Then mix in water until I get the right consistency….I like the ‘thicker’ version, but you can choose what ever your little heart desires : )

I took the kids to the local park armed with my goodies and let them go for it! (I made sure I took a bucket with me to fill up with water to wash up after they were finished too….we don’t want to annoy any of our friendly neighbours!).

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The kids have so much fun with this activity! They both LOVE painting (who can blame them) & it makes it even more fun to do it on the pavement…it’s a different spin on the norm! The chalk costs me about $3 for a bucket and water is free…making this a very frugal activity!

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4 thoughts on “DIY Chalk Paint!

  1. love all the ideas that you put for craft and art that helps me a lot with my students at the daycare I work thanks for sharing

  2. This is a brilliant idea! My son loves chalk but we end up with tons of broken and little pieces. This will be a great way to use them up without wasting them. Cheers for the tip 🙂

  3. Hi, I would like to know if the paint dries up and if its still easy to wash off after drying? I am doing an art project for school 😀

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