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Eggshell Chalk

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Eggshell Chalk
4 to 5 egg shells
1 teaspoon flour
1 teaspoon very hot water
Food coloring
  • Wash and dry egg shells completely. 
  • Place clean and dry egg shells in a small bowl and grind into a fine dust. 
  • When egg shells are almost completely ground, discard any larger pieces. 
  • In a separate bowl, place flour and hot water. 
  • Mix well and add 1 tablespoon of the egg shell powder, stirring until a paste forms. 
  • If desired, add drops of any color food coloring and continue to mix. 
  • Remove mixture from bowl and shape into a log or chalk stick form. 
  • Wrap mixture tightly with a strip of paper towel. 
  • Set aside chalk piece and let dry for about 3 days, until hardened. 
  • Carefully unwrap paper towel to reveal your homemade chalk. 
  • Use on sidewalks.
  • Makes one chalk stick.

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