Sunday, April 19, 2015

Liquid Chalk Markers help us make fun crafts

I received a package of 8 colors including Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Pink, Purple, Orange and White‏ liquid chalk markers to use for crafts and projects. These are a perfect option to use on tons of surfaces including non-porous chalkboards, glass, windows, mirrors, whiteboards and more. We already decorated the front windows with colorful flowers to welcome spring in our home. I keep coming up with more fun opportunities to use these colorful markers. Someone has a birthday coming up soon and they are going to wake up to special messages on the mirrors in the bath!

These liquid chalk paint markers make it easy to create custom art for tons of occasions like baby and wedding showers, engagement parties, birthdays, wedding and even sporting events. These are the perfect tool to create PTA and kids sporting event crafts.

If you have a small business this is a great option to get customers to notice specials and deals in your window or on a whiteboard. Ice Cream Shops, local Bistros, Diners, Bars, Cafes, Restaurants, Car Dealerships and Real Estate firms can get crafty and reel in customers at the same time.

These colorful liquid chalk markers are totally water-based and non-toxic. These paint pens are super easy to use and manipulate and I found them easy to erase too. The chalk pens have a 6mm chisel-style tip which lets me make fine or broad strokes so they work for most any project. 

You can pick up Liquid Chalk Markers on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These sound like they would be great for my two daughters. They love using chalk, markers and pastels and I think these would be fun to try.