This is the tutorial that I shared over at Couturier Mommy on May 16th. This is a simple project and they can be using the chalk the same day :)
I enjoy crafting and LOVE that other bloggers share their creativity! I try to keep my busy children occupied with new and exciting projects. I don't know a child who doesn't enjoy coloring. I hope you recreate this project for your children this summer.
Toilet paper rolls
Plaster of Paris
Here are the supplies I used. I would recommend wearing gloves as this plaster will dry out your hands. Please NOTE: Do not rinse these containers in your sink or you will clog your pipes!
You will need to make sure that the clay around the bottom of the toilet paper is sealed tightly or it will seep out the bottom.
I used 2 parts plaster and 1 part water and mixed well. Then poured liquid into the rolls.
Here is Miles helping me!
I let the plaster sit for a little over an hour then you just start peeling the toilet paper off.
The boys really like when I put in two different colors. Here they are ready for use!
Miles was overjoyed when he could finally use his chalk for hopscotch.
Thanks for checking out the tutorial! Please stop by again soon!
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