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    Default Chalk Talk

    My daughter loves playing with sidewalk chalk.

    Daddy loves it, too and someimes uses Abby as the canvas )

    Hope I can get the tmplate to upload.

    Also - Does anyone have a popsicle embellishment? I used a lollipop but the story really calls for a popsicle.

    And I would love a piece of chalk embellishment - All I could find was a crayon.

    Also - This is an 8*10 layout - All mine are because that's he size of the book I am trying to fill up at the moment!

    Hope Y'all like it!
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    looks like it's a bit large - will come back later and fix and upload again. It's 2 pages, I'll split it up.

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    Adorable, Julie. Oh, the baby is cute too, LOL.

    Here is a chalk. It's just a plain white one, but you can probably colore it in SBM. Hopy it helps. I may be able to do a popsicle today.

    Granny

    ps: Click on chalk to view, then right click and save as png.
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    Lightbulb Popscicle in Summer Memories Template

    Hi Juliahclark-
    There's a nice red popscicle in the template Summer Memories. You can upload the template to SM and Copy/Paste over to your Template.

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    Playing with sidewalk chalk *rules*!!! Kids really know how to live IMO.

    Every heard of Sidewalk Chalk guy? One of the most amazing artists in human history IMO.
    http://gprime.net/images/sidewalkchalkguy/

    One of his pieces...


    For my money he's right up there with Rembrandt and Monet.
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    WOW! (And to think it all gets washed away when it rains!)
    I agree, he's quite an artist!

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    I have been sent e-mails with these pictures in, they are fantastic, so talented!
    Love Bee
    XXX

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    Oh, forgot to add, a great LO julie, and what a cutie.
    Love Bee
    XXX

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    woah ! when I scrolled down and saw the picture without reading, I thought it was a real fountain. That's just unbelievable !

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    I have a lot of those e-mails too. The guy is incredible. There is one where he painted himself painting, and you can hardly tell which is the painting and which is him.

    Thank you for sharing, Corey.

    Granny

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