- Free-hand a frame shape using the Painter’s markers
- Then go over the line a few times to make it thicker and add embellishment. I used Painters because that way you can redraw the character over and over with chalk, but the frame will always stay since it was drawn in paint.
- Next draw an oval for the head. I guessed on size, then adjusted it. To cut out the circle, just use an X-ACTO Knife.
- I wasn’t sure if the board needed “seasoned” with chalk or not, but I went ahead and did that, figuring it wouldn’t hurt. I just lightly covered the whole board in chalk (use the side of the chalk) and then wiped it off.
- And now let their imagination take over!I knew the kids would like drawing on them, but I didn’t realize how much they would like it. Everyone got really into it, so it’s a fun time for all ages.
- To erase the chalk and do a different drawing, we just used a dry towel and that worked really well.
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