A Unique Handwritten Gift Idea

Your handwritten wishes and heartfelt feelings shared with someone you care about is the most personal gift you can present to your dear ones. Here is a unique DIY personalized gift idea that is likely to be cherished by your loved ones.
You just need a grab few materials and follow 4 easy steps, and your gift is ready!

Materials required:

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Step 1: Color the jar with a coat of black Acrylic paint or Chalkboard paint and let it dry.

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Step 2: Write your personalized message on the jar using Neon Chalkables Liquid Chalk Markers

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Step 3: Use the different colors of Neon Chalkables Liquid Chalk Markers to create dots, designs, patterns of your choice on the jar. I’ve kept it simple with lots of dots and a few heart shapes.

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Step 4: Give the final touches, tie an embellishment like a ribbon or fabric around the neck of the jar and your personalized gift is ready.
This one serves as a multipurpose jar – You can use it as a flower vase or a pen holder or even to store something.

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I also tried Art on rocks and Seashells following the same steps as above. The best thing I liked about the Neon Chalkables Liquid Chalk Markers is that even simple dots on black surface is enough to make the artwork pop.

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Create your world with pens, pencils, markers, crayons, paper and a whole lot more with fun and unique stationery and art supplies from International Arrivals.

Disclaimer: The product highlighted in this blog post was sent to me to provide an honest review. Read the complete Al Things Beautiful disclosure

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