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Welcome to another #SummerCamp event.  Today I’m sharing #KidFriendlyProjects, from my list of Favorite Tutorials.  These fun activities use chalkboard paint and the possibilities of what you can create with them are endless.  They can certainly provide great fun for kids and the entire family.  I hope you’ll be inspired to create one or more of the project activities I’m showcasing today.  

Our fun  #SummerCamp activity involves Chalkboard Paint.  There is so much creativity that you can do with Chalkboard Paint and many are #KidFriendlyProjects.  As such, I’m happy to share with you some of my Favorite Tutorials for creativity with this paint.

quiltshopgal's favorite tutorials

Homedit shared an inspirational outdoor Chalkboard, made with plywood and Chalkboard Paint, to create a perfect outdoor artistic drawing wall for kids of all ages.

outdoor-calckboard

I hope you enjoy it. And, of course I hope if you and your kids create any creative projects that you’ll share them in our weekly #CreativeGoodness Linky Parties, but the #SummerCamp linky party is for kids or adults that create with kids – any project showcased during summer camp, which can share what they created in the summer camp linky party.

Want to know how to join #SummerCamp?

Everyone is welcome to join #SummerCamp, but there have been a few changes due to lack of participation.  To clarify, we’d love to have you participate but we no longer have a linky party to join, nor will there be prizes awarded at the end of this event.  Participants are asked to share what they create on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram and use the Hashtag #SummerCamp.

Here is a list of links to previous posts for our virtual #SummerCamp 

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1 comment on “#SummerCamp – Chalkboard Paint”

  1. we had a lego table once that hubby painted chalk board paint on, now the table is gone but we kept the top so it’s easier to still play lego’s on and slides on the bed when not in use, kids haven’t drawn on it in a while though.

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