Spotted this and thought some of you might want to give it a go with your kids. Looks like a fun way to do something creative together and a fabulous way to cheer up your neighbours during lockdown! All you need is coloured chalks. ❤️🧡💛💚💙
So simple but sure to bring many smiles 😃🙃😊😁😃 We love this idea. 😍
Might pay to check the forecast first though to make sure the rain doesn't wash away your efforts too soon!
Message us photos if you do it and you'll make us smile too. 😊We'd love to see your artistry.
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