You found the right instructable! This DIY colored Chalk is perfect for drawing on the sidewalk and it is washable! Drawing on the sidewalk can be very fun, so let’s start making our own DIY colored chalk!
You will need: tempera paints, empty wrapping paper rolls, plaster of Paris, baking paper, water, masking tape.
Line the interiors with baking paper, tape the base to seal one end, and set aside. Then, make the plaster mix. Pour plaster in a cup (a little over halfway through), add 2 tbsp of tempera paint. Add water until you get a runny mush. Pour the mixture into the roll with the cardboard base. Leave it to dry in a sunny spot and remove the paper roll. The chalks will be ready when they are fully dry.
Diy colored chalk by Lakbear.
Let’s see my other plaster of Paris idea:
Please, don’t hesitate to contact me here for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you like this project, please join to my Facebook group: www.facebook.com/Lakbear2014
Tagged: , step by step photos , reused , upcycled , my own design , recycled , restyled , vintage , made by hand , Pentart , used , art , art work , acrylic , paint , white , green , Lakbear , home , style , symbol , footprint , patterned , bear , beard , painted , handmade , easy ideas , gift ideas , diy , original ideas , cheap ideas , tutorials , budget , fresh looking , natural , collection , easy to make , re-use , outdoor ideas , indoor ideas , low-cost , used materials , usable , 100% recycled materials , black , cool ideas , antique paste , wood , guide , step by step , good fun , pink , orange , blue , colorful , colored chalk , chalk , sidewalk chalk , drawing , washable , Plaster of Paris , tempera , stamps , stamped wrapping paper