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We cannot deny it anymore people! The holidays have arrived and we need to get the decorating over with so we can move along to our Christmas gift wrapping and planning. Christmas decorating in my home consists of pine scented everything, decorating our beautiful tree, and filling the home with Christmas trinkets! Something I have tried a million times and it never worked out is decorating my windows with the cute window decals. These never work out for me because they fall off within a few days. It is so frustrating. I always want to show my Christmas spirit in a unique way, but I could never find something good for this- until now.
The Paper & Twine Liquid Chalkers are so perfect for decorating the windows of your home! This is such a great idea for everyone. These pigmented liquid chalkers are easy to use. Upon your first use simply push in the angled felt tip until the ink rises to the tip. After that, you are ready to decorate! The angled tip is perfect for writing or drawing precisely. The variety of colors means that your decorating options are endless! The Liquid Chalkers come in a pack of 8 with perfect colors- yellow, red, pink, purple, green, blue, orange, and white. These chalkers are so special because they do not rub off on their own, but they aren’t difficult to clean off of the area when needed. Use these on windows, mirrors, or other surface areas. I have used every week since receiving them. My boyfriend and I like to write one another love notes on our bathroom mirror with them. The most exciting thing that I have used them for is to decorate my windows with snow flakes and snow balls for the season! I live in Florida, so that’s the closest to snow that I will get.
Overall, my experience with Liquid Chalkers has been completely wonderful. I would definitely purchase more of these!
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