This was sent to me by Barbie Boop:


i love them. they are subtle. love to color images in with them and

love to make marbled backtgrounds with them.


put water in a dish tub

use side of knife and rub on chalk allowing chalk dust to fall on top of


swirl water with knife

lay cs on top of water

pull cs out from one side... allowing the water/chalk to run down the

full length of the cs

allow drying

cut and use


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great ideas!!

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I agree!!! She's good about sending good tips.

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