Friday, October 31, 2014

Liquid Chalkers Review.

I was so happy to get to try these markers as my girls love to draw and color. Creativity really should be encourage it helps are children learn and grow.

Plus who doesn't want to write on wall and be able to wash it off. 

Anyway I tried a very small spot on my kitchen wall to make sure it would wipe off easily and of course it did.

When my children arrived home from school I presented them with the markers and told them to have at it on the walls. They at first looked at my like I was a bit crazy but than started to have some fun. They started making flowers. 

Than once they had their fun started cleaning it up. These markers will be used so much and in different ways. I love them!!!

Product Description

  • Bright, Amazing Colors - 365 Day Happiness Guarantee. Try these markers with no risk and watch them transform your creativity.
  • Goes on easily and then wipes off with a damp cloth. Usually retails for $29.97, today: $18.99
  • Hyper pigmentation ensuring bright, beautiful colors with marker tips that don't dry out or crack.
  • True 6mm chisel tip marker means you can write with precision and easily fill large areas as well.
  • Dustless, no smearing and no ink running down your surface while you write so it's no mess. 
This is the 8-pack of bold, beautiful liquid chalk markers that started it all! The original Liquid Chalkers from Paper and Twine. 
This is the 8-pack set of color liquid chalk markers (green, purple, red, orange, pink, yellow, blue, white) that has helped me unlock my own and my family’s creativity. The way we use these markers at home is the reason my kid’s teachers are asking me to tell them what we do to encourage such creativity in our children…so the teachers can repeat it in the classroom with the other kids. 

You can see our liquid chalker marker pens here:

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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