Make Your Own Sidewalk Paint at Real Life Deals

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It's time for the Mess For Less Idea of the Week over at Real Life Deals.  Today I will give you a quick and easy idea for making sidewalk paint with stuff you already have at home.


Want to learn how to do it?  Head on over to Real Life Deals and check it out.  While you are there, explore and find some great money saving tips.
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44 comments:

  1. We make our own play doh too! Love it, and great blog!! Lots of fun! Thank you so much for stopping by little island studios!! Happily following you, have a fun day!! :)

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  2. What great ideas! I'm following you now.

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  3. Cool! My kids are teenagers but I teach preschool and this would be really fun!

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  4. this is insanely cool. i like this better than chalk, actually, you can do more with it. and now you're saying i can make this from home with things i should already own?! coool cool cool. haha

    i was looking through your other posts too and you have some ingenious ideas, woman! my daughter and future kids are going to love you! haha

    new follower! :)

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  5. Following you back from The Steady Hand. Thanks!

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  6. My kids are older now but this brings back great memories! New follower :)

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  7. Thanks for the follow over at

    http://slightlynerdysometimescool.blogspot.com/

    Now following you too!

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  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog- I love all the craft ideas, as a children's Sunday school teacher I am always on the lookout for fun new activities- I look forward to checking out your blog! :) April

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  10. Island girl, Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. Lisa, thanks for the follow!

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  12. Michael Ann, Thanks for the kind words Northern California neighbor!

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  13. I just found a recipe online for sidewalk paint after buying several of the Crayola sidewalk paint kits. WE now have a few rollers, brushes, and paint trays. Funny they wouldn't sell just the paint. Oh well we will just make our own and save a little cash.

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  14. Kandice, you are just too adorable! I checked out your blog and LOVE it!

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  15. amazey, thanks for stopping in!

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  16. Julie, glad I could take on a walk down memory lane. :-)

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  17. Slightly Nerdy, Thanks for checking in!

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  18. April's Homemaking, hope that you can find some great ideas for Sunday School. It's great work you are doing!

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  19. Awseome!! Thanks for following me. love your ideas! http://bellesbazaar-heather.blogspot.com/
    PS She loved the cupcakes even though they were creepy.=) Babies are not harsh critics!

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  20. Oh how fun! My kids are grown but I love the idea of chalk paint! I think the kid in me wants to try this. Maybe a big sign for my youngest when she comes home for the weekend? (Or would that totally embarrass her?) Either way I think this is such a fun idea
    Thank you so much for following - I am following you back and enjoying your wonderful posts :)

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  21. Great post!

    New follower!!

    Melanie
    bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com

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  22. Thanks for stopping by today. Great post!

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  23. What a fun idea! I love art supplies I can make myself. Following you back from Nursery Rhymes & Fun Times.

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  24. Wonderful idea! Thanks so much for stopping by and joining in my blog. Will be back to discover more...

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  25. We do this... LOVE! My outdoor space looks quite ummmmmm vibrant.... :)
    Did you see my first attempt at Chevron? Sans stencil! Not bad, right? Now if I could only do that with homemade sidewalk chalk... Love you V. Xo M

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  26. Wow what a fun blog I found you on MBC. I am following along, hope you can pop by and follow us too.

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  27. Thanks for stopping by Take Six, Vicky. I am linking your blog to Take Six's Facebook page. You have wonderful ideas!!!

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  28. Heather, one of the things I love best about kids! Thanks for checking in!

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  29. Mimi, I love the idea and even at this age I would be thrilled if my mom did that for me.

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  30. Melanie, thanks for much for following!

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  31. Kelly, thank you for coming by Mess For Less!

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  32. Amanda, it's so much cheaper that way isn't it? thanks!

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  33. Trick or Treat, thanks for the visit!

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  34. Meredith, you make me laugh. I have no idea what Chevron is and all I could think is why is she messing with a gas company? I will have to check it out crafty chick. XO

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  35. Cheryl, I am following you back!

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  36. Tanya, thanks so much! I was looking for a link to your FB page on your site but could not find one. :-(

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  37. Hi Vicky,

    Thanks for visitng our blogs and leaving us sweet comments!

    Have a lovely day!

    Lindsey

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  38. Lindsey, thanks for the follow back!

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  39. Cajunlicious, it was fun and easy too!

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  40. Hi Vicky:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog-www.littlelillypolkadotbedtimeblog.com! I appreciate it! I love this activity!! Looks like a lot of fun . I'll have to try it!! Also as a new blogger I certainly would appreciate any tips you can give me!!!

    Wendy :)

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  41. How cool! Thanks for the info! I know my daughter would just love this! She loves to draw, paint, use chalk, etc. So I know sidewalk paint would be a huge hit!

    Lisa

    P.S. Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)

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  42. Hi Wendy, thanks! I try and join as many blog hops as I can and visit with other bloggers. It's a fun way to get to know others in this community.

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  43. Lisa, Hope she likes it! Thanks for coming by!

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