Review: Chalkola Chalk Markers |

I don’t know about you but since being on lockdown, I have found myself becoming so much more creative and have been spending a lot more time trying to find various different outlets for this new found creativity. I have dabbled a few times in the past with chalk markers but other brands I have previously tried just never seemed up to scratch…until I discovered Chalkola!

The Chalkola Chalk Markers arrived in a pack of 30 shades of vibrant neon and pastel pens. I was so impressed with the complete range of colours. To get started, all you have to do is press down the nib to get the colour flowing and away you go with a smooth and even flow of colour!

Each pen also has a reversible tip so you have the option to choose from a fine tip marker for those finer details, or a broad chisel tip which is great for bolder areas on whatever project you are completing. The Chalk Markers also work on a variety of different surfaces including mirrors, windows, cahlkboards, whiteboards, food containers and so much more. The water based ink is dry within minutes and easily removable with just a damp paper towel or cloth. Non-toxic and eco friendly, they are also perfectly kid safe and provide endless hours of crafty, creative fun!

We had lots of fun in our home using these Chalk Markers to create our rainbows on the windows to thank our key workers during the COVID-19 lockdown. But the possibilities are endless with the art you can create,

You can also get yourself 10% off your very own set of markers just by using the discount code ‘AMYW10’ on the Chalkola website or code ‘CHALKOLA10’ if ordering via Amazon.

Check out Chalkola on Instagram here.

(DISCLAIMER: I was gifted these items however this review is 100% my honest opinion and all words are my own.)


Published by Amy Werdekker

Just a 30-something winging her way through motherhood

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