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Make Chalk Spray

1 July 2011 32,125 views 5 Comments

by rhonda

Sidewalk chalk is one of those things I don't think I'll ever outgrow.  Back in April, secret stashbuster Cyn showed us how to make your own sidewalk chalk.  Now our cohort Beckie over at Infarrantly Creative has a different take on DIY chalk: liquid chalk in a spray bottle!  It's super fun, with the added bonus of no messy hands to clean up afterward.   Mix up a batch of colors and go get all Jackson Pollock  on your sidewalks!  [how to make spray chalk]

Project estimate:

  • Tempra paint, on hand or $1 and up
  • Water, on hand
  • Cornstarch, on hand
  • Liquid dish soap, on hand
  • Squirt bottle, $1

Total: $1 and up

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  • Yvonne Ragland said:

    Can you tell me the measurements of the ingredients, please? I want to do this with my earth Scouts.
    Light and Love,
    Yvonne Ragland

  • Yvonne Ragland said:

    Can you tell me the measurements for the ingredients for the sidewalk chalk spray. i would like to do this with my earth Scouts.
    Thank You,
    Yvonne Ragland

  • heather said:

    @Yvonne, you can find the measurements and instructions here: http://www.infarrantlycreative.net/2011/06/chalk-spray.html

  • Connie Sanders said:

    Please let me know what the measurements of each is…This sounds perfect for my GrandChildren….Thank You Connie Sanders

  • heather said:

    Hi Connie – we always put links to the original post at the end of each first paragraph [in brackets like this]. The link for this project is: http://www.infarrantlycreative.net/2011/06/chalk-spray.html

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