Who doesn’t like to doodle?  If you have seen my desk, then you will see that I am a doodler.  I’m a doodler with pens and pencils in every color, dry erase markers and sharpies in every possible shade and paper and post-its filled with my scribbles to last a lifetime.  I use these not only to keep my hands busy, but also to leave little notes of affirmation, love and inspiration to those around me and now I have something new to have fun with.  Recently I was introduced to Liquid Chalkers by Paper and Twine.  Let me just say this doodle bug smiled from ear to ear upon receipt of them and I haven’t put them down since.  Paper and Twine Liquid Chalkers are a fun little treat and I want to share them with all of you.

Paper and Twine Liquid chalkers

Paper & Twin’s Platinum Collection Liquid Chalkers retail for $18.99 and contain artist quality, hyper pigmented ink that provides you with bright, bold, beautiful colors.  Each chalker has marker type tips that don’t dry out or crack are easy to use and easy to get the ink flowing.  Created by a proud mother of three to enhance their creativity, Louise Fox made sure that Kids always come first and these chalkers contain completely non-toxic ink meeting stringent EN71-3, ASTM 4963 and ASTM D4236 standards.  They also do not have a scent… woohoo – I love this.  If you do smell anything, it is faint and doesn’t make you nauseous like dry erase markers can do.

Paper and Twine Liquid chalkers

The Liquid Chalkers set comes with eight gorgeous and vibrant shades.  With a chisel type marker tip – you need to first shake your pen a bit and then depress the marker until the liquid ink comes out.  I depressed my markers on average about 35 times each and once the ink came out, it flowed easily and quickly.  These markers have made it fun for me to leave little notes on the mirrors in our house, little affirmations for my family to start their day with.  In my car, I will sometimes write a little quote or just a heart on my mirror to remind me that love heals everything for those days when a little smile can go a long way.  Since we live on the mountain and driving to town is a little bit of a way, I let the boys use the markers to draw on a dry erase board I have for them.  (Note: I have tinted windows so I do not allow the boys to write on the inside of the windows since the tints are applied from the inside) Removing your artwork is as easy as wiping down the surface with a cloth or a wipe – so easy to remove.

Paper and Twine Liquid chalkers

These pens are completely dust free for non-porous surfaces.  The best places to use these are best used on mirrors, glass, desks and metal but make sure you test the liquid chalk ink on any new surface in a small inconspicuous section first.  That way you can see if it wipes off that surface or not.  We have not had any issues wiping it off our mirrors, glass and windows.

They also offer a 365 Money Back Guarantee – try these chalkers for 365 days and if you don’t like them, they will give you a full no-hassles refund.  But, after using these the last month – I think you’ll enjoy them.  This has been a great mommy tool for the boys to engage in creativity while on the go and for decorating.  And, my office supplies have enjoyed the fact that I am not using up a ton of post-its to put on the mirror for inspirational days. lol

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Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger. Mother of 3 and proud Wife. I love Food, whether it be eating it or cooking it and love to learn about new types of food from different cultures. I love making YouTube videos and meeting new friends and I have had a passion and love for photography since I was a little girl.


  1. Allison @neversaydiebeauty Reply

    Oh how cute! I have never heard of liquid chalkers. What a great holiday stocking stuffer!

  2. How cute to leave messages on the mirrors. You’re so sweet – my messages would be things like, “don’t forget to take out the trash” and “doctor’s appointment at 3:45” lol

  3. erikatheicyone Reply

    Those look so fun. Why are great things like this being made now that my son is all grown up? LOL

    • I bought a set for my twins teacher and she uses them to write “Happy Birthday” messages on the glass doors in the classroom. They are so fun 🙂

    • Yes. 🙂 The twins’ teacher uses a set I got her to write out birthdays and decorations for the classmates. She’s made so much use out of them.

  4. FabZilla_Kath Reply

    i doodle a lot when (1) i am bored listening to a boring presentation (2) i am bored listening to a boring person.naughty naughty me. these look super fun but it will be obvious that i’m doodling, lol!

  5. OMG I need these for my twins. I love supporting other mom’s and their endeavors.

    • YES! You do NEED this for your twinsies girl. Luke & Isaiah love them… and we have been decorating around the house on windows and mirrors for Xmas 😉

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