i bought a chalkboard paint… turns out it can be “extremely” addictive although probably not the worst addiction. it’s an easy way to make old things new again. thanks to the simple and yet unique feature of this paint my old food tray has a new life, girls dining table has transformed into new art space and even eastern eggs are coated with this paint. i still have some leftovers… so what’s next on the retransformation list?!
plastic eggs (blown or foam rubber eggs)
step 1 – colour your easter eggs with the paint using a small brush. (it took me 3 days as u need at least 3 layers).
step 2- paper crafts – e.g draw bunny ears on the paper and cut them out. glue them on the coloured eggs.
step 3- use chalk to draw things on your bunnies (e.g faces, greetings, names, etc.) katrina and lo drew their bunny families – mum, dad and baby…
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