Saturday, June 16, 2012

Popsicle Sidewalk Chalk

     Today I am going to share with you the perfect outdoor summer activity.

     After  looking at this, from Brittany, at Buttons, Birds, and BS it inspired me to create Sidewalk Popsicle Chalk Paint.  In the past we have painted with chalk paint  and the kids loved it!  I knew they would love this as well and they did!

Sidewalk Popsicle Chalk Paint
You will need:
  • ice cube tray
  • bowls for mixing
  • water
  •  cornstarch
  • stirring utensils
  • food coloring
  • popsicle sticks (Britney also used straws)
  • Liquid measuring cup (or something to pour liquid easily in ice cube tray)
Add 2 Tablespoons of cornstarch in a bowl

Then add 2 Tablespoons of water and stir.

Add a few drops of food coloring and stir.

Pour mixture into liquid measuring cup

Pour liquid into ice cube tray

 Add popsicle sticks.

I froze for 3 hours and then transferred to plate to play outside and have a blast!!

C had fun painting this brick.  I loved that the paint disappeared when I dumped water on it!

C ran and threw a tantrum when we were out of paint.  She was not happy!  

    The popsicle sidewalk chalk cleaned up easy with the garden hose.   I  sprayed water on the concrete to wash the paint off when I watered the garden that night.

    We had a blast painting with Popsicle Sidewalk chalk!  I hope you try it with your kids.  They will love it!

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. This is such a great idea! Looks like it was fun too. I am your newest follower, I would love for you to check out my blog and follow me too! Can't wait to see more posts.

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  2. What a fun idea! Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  3. This is incredibly amazing popsicle art! Thank you for sharing this awesome idea. Perfect for the kids. We also did a Popsicle chain reaction activity out of the same materials you used. You should check this out! Popsicle Chain Reaction

  4. This post is perfect for the Monday Kid Corner Weekly Linky Party. The next party goes live Sunday morning and this week’s theme is SIDEWALK CHALK. Be sure to brush off those archives as well and link them up at See you there! Jennifer