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10-06-2012 06:32 PM
WindyCityMom

Cool, thanks!

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Originally Posted by appalachiamama View Post
One note, it does break easily, which is to be expected of chalks and pastels, in general (my art teacher best friend tells me).  winky.gif

 

Yep.  I usually break them up when I get them.. makes shading easier than having to use an entire stick at once!

10-06-2012 04:20 PM
appalachiamama

Magic Cabin offers chalk that is very vivid.  I think they call it Flipper chalk.  They have big ones and thin ones, depending on your preference.  Decent pricing, too. http://www.magiccabin.com/colored-chalkboard-chalks_p194.html  One note, it does break easily, which is to be expected of chalks and pastels, in general (my art teacher best friend tells me).  winky.gif
 

10-06-2012 02:39 PM
WindyCityMom

Can someone recommend some really awesome chalk?  We have the prang ambrite chalk.. and while it's OK.. it's just OK ;)  They're buttery and nice and all.. yet somewhat mundane. I'd love a variety of colors to blend together on the chalkboard- anyone know where I might find them?

 

Expensive is alright (sigh) so long as it reflects the quality!  


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