Thursday, June 15, 2006

Spray Chalk

This washable spray paint works on sidewalks, in the snow, or on the sand.

You will need:

4 Tablespoons cornstarch
1 Cup warm water
4-6 frops food coloring
1 small plant mister

How to Concoct it:

1. Mix all ingredients together in a medium bowl.
2. Pour the spray chalk mixture int oa small plant mister. Shake and spray.
3. Avoid clogging by shaking the paint mister before each use.

Tips & Ideas:

  • Use Spray Chalk at the beach to paint colorful sand sculptures on sidewalks.
  • To create graffiti-type art.
  • Use in the snow to create dazzling winter rainbows and colorful snowmen.

7 comments:

MiYon said...

Ok, help me out here ... what is a plant mister. Is that basically one of those spray bottles? lol

Netter said...

yeah, its the smaller ones with the fine mist. People also use them on their hair.

Chip said...

This is great! we made a stencil by painting Mod podge on an old screen and hit the college campus- this takes chalking to a whole new level.

Netter said...

Thanks Chip. I love your stencil idea. I'll have to give it a shot.

Anonymous said...

this works perfectly! great for my last minute "i-need-spray-chalk" frenzy. thanks!

Sean said...

works well on concrete but not asphalt.

Anonymous said...

It also works with "real" chalk dissolved in water. Depending on the chalk you use, it takes 1-4 hours to dissolve. When it is thick enough, the coulours come out really bright on asphalt.