Getting Ready For Spring With CraftyCroc Liquid Chalk Markers
This morning when I woke up I saw a beautiful site, sunshine! I don’t think I’ve seen sunshine in about 3 months so this was something that made my day. Spring is my favorite season for a few reasons. I get to open the window and let the sunshine in, the flowers bloom, and it’s time to refresh my home and shake those winter blues!
Doing crafts in the spring is something I do to spruce up my home and I’m always looking for great products that help me, today I wanted to share one of these products with you! Have you ever heard of CraftyCroc?
CraftyCroc is a brand of liquid chalk markers that are easy to use, mess free, non-toxic and water based. They can be used on Chalkboard Stickers, Chalkboard Contact Paper, Glass, Tile, Plastic, Metal, Whiteboards, Card and ALL Non-Porous Surfaces.
And if you think drawing with chalk is fun, wait until you check the CraftyCroc liquid chalk markers out. They are SO much brighter than traditional chalk and can be used in so many more ways.
Another cool feature of the CraftyCroc Liquid Chalk Markers is the reversible tip. The reversible tip allows you to work in fine tip or bold with a simple switch of the tip. How cool is that right!?
Check out the fun project I made using my CraftyCroc Liquid Chalk Markers
Using some stencils I found online and my CraftyCroc Liquid Chalk Markers I made a fun Welcome Spring sign for my front window! I loved how easy the markers glided on my window and they didn’t fade or smudge!
The fun doesn’t stop there with the CraftyCroc Liquid Chalk Markers!
Another cool thing I got to check out from CraftyCroc was the Chalkboard labels! I considered ways to use them and knew I could always use some organization in my life, and the labels were the perfect way to do that!
In my daughters room I used the labels and markers to label her drawers so she would know where to put her clothes away. I also took to the kitchen and labeled some canisters I had. How fun right!
How would you use your CraftyCroc Liquid Chalk Markers?
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) March 17, 2015