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  • Stephanie Montgomery

    SUPER easy Sidewalk Chalk Paint. Corn starch, food coloring and water. Fantastic summer fun for my babies!

  • Nicole MacDonald

    DIY. Sidewalk Chalk Art. Directions: Crush up chalk sticks, and mix with a little water. You can use paintbrushes for big solid strokes, as well.

  • Breeze Henke

    DIY sidewalk paint: use tempra paint instead of food coloring OR add a drop or 2 of dish soap (reading reviews)

  • Katie P

    Sidewalk Chalk Paint Recipe- make it yourself! via Amy Huntley 1/4 cup cornstarch, 1/4 cup cold water, and small amount of food coloring.

  • Katie Bowen

    sidewalk chalk paint #summer #kids @Amy Huntley (TheIdeaRoom.net)

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