Creative Art with Liquid Chalkers Review and Giveaway

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My kids love to draw and make pictures of all kinds. Most of all they love to draw on windows but we have never found a product that is easy to wash off and has fun colors. With that said, I was introduced to Liquid Paper & Twine. Liquid Chalkers are fun, vibrant, bold and can be used on any non-porous surface (surfaces that do not absorb liquid). Liquid Chalkers may not work on chalkboard or chalkboards that are painted in absorbent paint. It may vary depending how porous the chalkboard is. You can test a small area first before using Liquid Chalkers. If by chance you cannot wipe it off easy, Mr Clean Magic Erasers or Clorox wipes combined with some water are very effective for removing the liquid chalk.


When my kids saw the Liquid Chalkers they could not wait to have fun with them. My 7yr asked me if they would work on windows, as she wanted to create a Thanksgiving scene on our slider door. I told her they should work just fine and to have fun. I decided to have some fun too and add some Christmas decorations on the other side of the slider.


My daughter created this picture for Thanksgiving. Later on all my children drew together and it was so beautiful watching them come up with creative ideas and work together nicely. My children were so surprised how easy it was to write on the window and then wipe off. They continued to create multiple different scenes over and over again.


This is my creation for Christmas. Before you even say how talented I am, I did not draw these without the help of online stencils, HA! Using the Liquid Chalkers were extremely fun and every single day when my kids come home from school they go in the desk, take out the package of Liquid Chalkers, and draw on the windows. I love seeing their creativity and makes me smile to know they can have so much fun with them. These would make the perfect stocking stuffer for the holidays. You can purchase them on for $18.99 for the 8 pack and the 4 pack of white for $12.95.

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  1. Amanda Love says:

    They actually look great. This might be what my boys need for when they're bored indoors. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Monica says:

    These look fantastic! I would definitely use them to keep my kiddos entertained! The idea of drawing on the windows would absolutely be appealing to them!

  3. massholemommy says:

    These are so cool. I was actually looking for something like this to pull off an Elf on the Shelf shenanigan this year. These are perfect.

  4. vinma says:

    These are amazing.. I really like the idea of drawing on the windows with this chalk 🙂

  5. Pam says:

    Those would be so neat to have for any age child. They could draw decorations for each season.

  6. Melinda Dunne says:

    I would like to win them for the holidays to decorate my windows.

  7. Melinda Dunne says:

    I am following you on Twitter, Liquid Chalkers on Facebook and Twitter.

  8. Shannon Baas says:

    they'd be fun when the weather is bad.

  9. katherine says:

    Those are so cute. I would draw Hanukkah stuff everywhere!

  10. kristentoneycampbell says:

    I have been looking for something like these!

  11. Gail Abazorius says:

    Excellent work. Those look like a lot of fun. Happy Holidays!!!!

  12. deb c says:

    I have a huge picture window and we could create holiday scenes on it.

  13. deb c says:

    follow Liquid Chalkers on facebook-debbie coyle

  14. deb c says:

    follow you on twitter-missdeb1

  15. Claire says:

    I have a chalkboard-style whiteboard that I'd use these to write our schedules on

  16. Heather B says:

    I would love to let my kids draw on the front door, they would get a huge kick out of this!

  17. Amanda Ripsam says:

    I could see my 6 year old all over that. she would decorate the windows in her room it would be a great pass time.

  18. tina reynolds says:

    I would use to decorate for the kids

  19. tina reynolds says:

    i follow you on twitter @eaglesforjack 1/2

  20. tina reynolds says:

    I follow you on twitter 2/2 @eaglesforjack

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  22. Karen Gonyea says:

    I would LOVE to do Holiday Decorations on the front windows 🙂

  23. margo says:

    My grandson and I could do lots with these

  24. Andrina G says:

    My daughter would use them in the bath.

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