Brighten up your plant life by creating your own colourful chalkboard paint to decorate flower pots or garden markers!
Add 2 Tbsp of baking soda to 1 Tbsp of water and mix completely to create a paste.
Combine 2 oz of Crayola Acrylic Paint with the baking soda mixture and stir to combine until smooth. Experiment with different colours of paint!
Use Crayola Paint Brushes to apply paint to a flower pot. Apply a second coat of paint once the first coat has dried. To make a garden marker, paint the top half of a wooden spoon.
Once the paint has dried completely, write a message or draw a design using Crayola School Chalk.
If you’d like to change your original drawing, use a damp paper towel to remove the chalk. Wait until the surface is dry, and create again!
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