DIY Sidewalk Chalk

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As the parent of any toddler knows, sidewalk chalk is a summer necessity. We go through boxes of the stuff like crazy, so I wanted to try my hand at making it myself. This DIY Sidewalk Chalk was perfect for a trip to the park to make some fun artwork.

DIY Sidewalk Chalk

Plaster of Paris
Food Coloring
Plastic Cups
Silicone Molds


Add some of the Plaster of Paris powder into a plastic cup. Drop in about 10 drops of food coloring. Add in just a bit of water, and stir to create a thick liquid.

DIY Sidwalk Chalk in Molds

Repeat process for each color of chalk that you want to make. Add the chalk solution to your silicone molds, and allow to dry completely overnight.

Remove from molds when dry and get ready to make some fun drawings!

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Of course, we needed a way to clean up after our summer adventure, and Wet-Nap wipes are my favorite things to have on-hand for such an occasion. Their new, improved wipes are softer than before, stronger, and they moisturize with aloe.

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 What summer messes do clean up all the time?


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