Let your kids write all over the windows (again and again)! #liquidchalkers

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We’ve been having tons of decorating fun with Liquid Chalkers!

It took a little bit for me to be totally comfortable with the idea of letting the kids go nuts on all the glass surfaces in our house. Should I be letting them have at it with “markers” on the windows and mirrors in the house? Is this really a good idea? Absolutely! Not only do they write and draw for hours at a time…clean up is a breeze! Before the first use, simply give each one a few shakes and press down on the chiseled tip to allow it to soak up the liquid chalk. After that each “marker” is ready to color!

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These liquid chalk markers come in 8 different (non toxic) colors and are the perfect way to show some creativity¬†on mirrors, windows, white boards and other surfaces…again and again. They are completely erasable with just a swipe of a cloth! I’ve had the kids (ages 2-12) writing all over the place! Between scribbles, rainbows, stars, hearts and BFF love, my windows are a myriad of creative fun! Don’t worry about the little kids missing the mark…the white sills of my windows have taken quite a few colorful hits…and it has all come off with just a wipe of clean cloth. Even our microfiber couch had some purple streaks (thanks to the 2 year old) and it came off easily with a baby wipe.

Having the kids let loose their creative side on an otherwise taboo surface like our mirrors and windows is freeing for both them and me. I don’t worry about clean up or permanent marks with Liquid Chalkers and they enjoy expressing themselves on a more grand scale than a coloring book or piece of paper.

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4 Responses

  1. Rosey says:

    I’d like these. The ones we have are hard to get clean easily (they’re not chalk).

  2. Anne says:

    My kids love these too! They have drawn handprint turkey’s all over our windows, and I love how easy it is to clean up and start over.

  3. My boys would probably like this. However, I wouldn’t want them to start thinking it is okay to write on the walls and stuff.

  4. These look great! I want some for work!

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