Chalkola Chalk Markers Review & Giveaway

Have you ever thought how amazing it would be to have chalk that is as easy to use and intense in colour as markers? Well, this day has arrived…

Chalkola markers work just like regular markers but after drying out they look like chalk. They also come in wide selection of shades and are easy to remove from most surfaces using wet sponge or a wipe.

chalk markers from Chalkola

Chalkola chalkboard markers can be used on chalkboards, whiteboards, glass, ceramic, just to mention some of the uses.

My girls and I we have tried jumbo 15 mm Chalkola markers  (£14.90 per pack of 8) and set of 21 Chalkola markers (£16.90) including 15 chalk pens + 6 metallic markers (£16.90) or various project around the house and we loved how all of them turned out, without exceptions.

chalk pens from Chalkola

We had lots of fun with those markers decorating blackboards, whiteboards, mugs and even using some of the metallic markers on jars with sweets. They have so many uses (!)

chalkboard pens from Chalkola metallic

We were very positively surprised with quality and ease of use of those Chalkola pens. They are absolutely must have at home and we will be definitely working with them to decorate other things shortly. I have feeling they will become permanent gadget in our house…

chalkboard markers from Chalkola

My older daughter loves writing and drawing and she created those doodles for her heart shaped chalkboard to hang on the wall.

And the best part is the fact she can wash it off and make brand new artwork whenever she wishes… so useful especially for kids and teenagers who get bored with things pretty easily.

dry erase markers from Chalkola

ABOUT CHALKOLA

Chalkola markers should be used on non porous surfaces like chalkboard, whiteboards, glass, plastic or windows. Porous surfaces can absorb the liquid chalk therefore they are not suitable as makers may be difficult to completely erase them.

Chalkola markers are non toxic, child safe, water based and wash off from clothes.

We have also special 15% discount for our readers on all Chalkola products (including set of 21 markers and jumbo 15 mm markers), simply use the COUPON CODE: 15OFFSTR at the checkout.

To find out more visit Chalkola chalk pens website or their social media profiles: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest.

wet erase markers from Chalkola

GIVEAWAY

Chalkola is giving away set of 21 chalk markers to one lucky Coffee & Vanilla’s reader. All you have to do is to leave a comment saying what would you create with Chalkola markers and then use the app below to add your entry.

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chalk markers giveaway

Set of 21 Chalkola Chalk Markers – Giveaway (CLOSED)

giveaway by Chalkola

TERMS & CONDITIONS

1. This giveaway is open to entrants from UK mainland over the age of 18.
2. Coffeeandvanilla.com is running this giveaway on hehalf of Chalkola who will be responsible for sending out the prize to the winner as soon as the delivery address has been provided.
3. There is one prize – set of 21 Chalkola markers that will be send to the winner. There is no cash alternative and the prize is not transferable.
4. In case of a prize being unavailable, organizers reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal value.
5. Entrants agree that by entering a prize draw their personal details may be stored and otherwise processed for the purposes of administering the competition only. We will not share your information onto a third party, unless it is necessary for the shippment of the prize.
6. Any automated entries will be disqualified. We also reserve the right to reject entries from entrants not entering into the spirit of the competition.
7. The winner will be picked at random using giveaway software and then contacted by email.
8. If you win and then don’t respond to our email within 7 days then another winner will be picked.
9. The closing date is 19th of March 2017 at 23.59 (GMT). The organizers reserve the right to alter the closing date.
10. Instructions form part of the Terms & Conditions.

NOTES

For more reviews take a look at our Tried & Tested series we publish on monthly basis.

If you like taking part in giveaways, check out other recent competitions from all over the UK blogosphere on Di’s Super Lucky blog.

DISCLOSURE: This is commissioned giveaway organized for Chalkola. We have also received complimentary Chalkola markers for review purposes. All opinions expressed here are our own and we retained full editorial control.

Your thoughts…

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    I’d jazz up my Kilner storage jars and my glass vase!

  2. Sounds good Tracy, we tested metallic markers on the jars and they worked perfectly.

  3. A beautiful Mother’s Day Card–and hopefully my own daughters would use them to do the same. ;)

  4. We haven’t tried them on paper yet Rebecca but I love the idea. I can imagine they would be great for stamping.

  5. Kim Neville says:

    Homework craft pieces and on our blackboard notice board

  6. These sounds so amazing! I’d write on jars and fill them with pretty things to put in the kitchen :) Great giveaway! x

  7. I would try them on my wine glasses! When company comes, putting names on, etc. But I would also try on them on a hundred different things! I’ve been wanting to get some of these. Thanks for the chance to win them! :)

  8. Using them on wine glasses is such a great idea Christina! I always look for my glass ;)

  9. me and my daughter will do some posters and special cards x

  10. I love to make cards and framed prints so I would use them in those craft projects. :)

  11. Kay Sherman says:

    Some easter cards for the family

  12. Wow they sound great! I really want to have a go now….

  13. These look great, I’m always keen to find new markers to use with my children. I like the idea of these ones being easy to remove.

  14. Wow, these look great! I’ve heard quite a bit about them recently but havent tried them out. Yet!

    I’d use them to make our glasses and jars snazzy, as well as using them for a chalkboard at home.

  15. MARGARET gallagher says:

    Personalised drinking glasses for my neices and nephew’s – they’d love them

  16. LAURA WHEATLEY says:

    I would get all chalk happy and label everything lol

  17. I would create a personalised mugs for myself and my little girl

  18. Sarah Mackay says:

    I would create a design on the shower door.

  19. melanie stirling says:

    I would decorate plain drinking glasses.

  20. I would label and do a pretty design on all my daughters drawers first, also would be great for jars too

  21. Mel Turner says:

    I would make personal presents for my kids to give to people as presents Christmas baubles etc

  22. Caroline H says:

    With spring coming I’d love to make some really pretty plant markers for my seedlings, but I’d also like to get some blanks, blackboard paint and make some pretty door hangers or attach to windows with sucker pads.

  23. Rachel Craig says:

    Personalised vase for family member, and add some artwork to the vase also

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  25. I’m afraid I can’t do that Hector. I don’t have access to modify data in the giveaway widget. There should be link to unsubscribe in the emails.

  26. I would use them on plastic storage tubs to make it easy to know what’s inside

  27. Emma Eminoglu says:

    I would get some blackboard paint and paint and old vase then decorate it.

  28. Kristy Brown says:

    i would create a menu board for the family ‘restaurant’ aka my kitchen!

  29. REBECCA WILLIAMS says:

    I would use them to make birthday cards for friends and family :)

  30. kim jackson says:

    We would use them on some glasses or vases i think to start with

  31. Leanne Hansell says:

    I would create some cards.

  32. Phil Darling says:

    I’d give them to my daughter to create a masterpiece

  33. We would create a beautiful card for Daddy’s birthday

  34. Kelly Glen says:

    I would use them on an old and boring glass coffee table.

  35. caroline walliss says:

    I’d use them for making personalised birthday cards, thanks.x

  36. I think I’d get the children to decorate some glass jars to store things in.

  37. Angela Boucher says:

    I could write the kids names on their drinks glasses.

  38. Sirley Young says:

    I’m itching to letter a beautiful sign for my coffee corner in my new house :)

  39. That’s a brilliant idea Sirley! Thanks for the tip :)

  40. Jade Hewlett says:

    I’d decorate a jar and fill it with something tasty for Easter

  41. I would make some cards and decorate some storage jars

  42. Hannah Wilcock says:

    My daughter wants to create a space picture .. my little astronaut!

  43. Helen Tovell says:

    Candle and tealight holder is what I would decorate with them

  44. Lorraine Stone says:

    I would make a nice arty picture for one of my walls at home, not much space left though!

  45. Barbara Handley says:

    I would brighten up my bathroom

  46. on some storage pots. x

  47. Helen Adams says:

    I’d use them on our blackboard noticeboard

  48. iain maciver says:

    make some cards with the kids

  49. Thank you for all the lovely ideas! Keep them coming…

  50. Jodie Thompson says:

    I would love to make labels for storage boxes with these

  51. Ann-Marie Gould says:

    I would use these to do some art work with my daughter

  52. Jen Schofield says:

    These would be great for lots of different crafts!

  53. Annabel Greaves says:

    My kids love making cards for their friends

  54. Some party decorations for my daughters birthday

  55. We have chalkboard stickers on some walls in the house so they’d be fab at making notices on them more interesting! And also the kids could then draw cute pictures on them xx

  56. Alexandra oliver says:

    The double glazing in my living room has moisture trapped between it- we can’t clean it and it just looks awful! Im wondering whether we could use these pens to draw a lovely stained-glass window style design to hide it, and instead make it a beautiful feature!

  57. These would look great on the table I am decorating for my little nephew!

  58. Corinne Henson says:

    I would get some plain drinking glasses for my son’s to personalise

  59. Sue McCarthy says:

    I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

  60. andrea tinkler says:

    would use on my children and grand childrens glass money jars xx

  61. Making cards and name plates

  62. lucy higgins says:

    this would be great for the chalkboard in the garden

  63. We use chalk pens to decorate the window at the charity bookshop where I volunteer. I’m slowly getting better at writing backwards! These would be amazing, I’m particularly excited by the metallic ones.

  64. Angela Treadway says:

    a decoration for my sons room x

  65. Daniel Harrison says:

    An F1 Car!

  66. I would make Mother’s Day cards with my daughter for her grandmothers.

  67. T. Brailey says:

    Making notes on our chalkboards

  68. Peter Watson says:

    I would create personalised plates,bowls and cups for my grandaughter

  69. I would use them on a blackboard

  70. clair downham says:

    a lovely picture for my children

  71. I would use them to decorate glasses. They look amazing :-)

  72. Sam Rhodes says:

    Me and sun would personalise our kitchen jars :) we have a lot of glass ones so it would be lovely

  73. They sound fantastic! I would use them to make a meal planner board and also play with them with my grand-daughter :)

  74. Sarah Rees says:

    I would make bright colourful birthday cards

  75. Tracy Hanley says:

    We would decorate some drinking glasses for gifts for the family

  76. Heather Haigh says:

    I would make a chalk meal planning board

  77. A vase for Mothers Day

  78. Donna Caldwell says:

    I’d use them to make some lovely table decorations for my daughters birthday

  79. Amanda Morris says:

    I would use these to create menus and to just draw with and be creative generally speaking :)

  80. Tee simpson says:

    We would draw some flowers on our girls bedroom windows to give them character for spring

  81. Tee simpson says:

    We would draw a lovely garden scene on my girls windows for spring

  82. Inga Andersen says:

    As they’re wet wipe I’d let my great nephews and nieces draw all over windows, they’d love it!

  83. Paula funnell says:

    I would have so much fun with my 2 grandchildren making cards and drawing on everything and anything we could to make gifts for family and friends… Fingers and toes are crossed…

  84. jennifer thorpe says:

    I would try and jazz up some drinking glasses

  85. Jenny Brady says:

    I would use to motif my niece’s dressing table to be completely unique.

  86. Emma Lycett says:

    I want to paint a big chalkboard on my wall to use as my yoga pose planner`

  87. a banksey type masterpiece

  88. Keri Jones says:

    I have some mason jars that I want to decorate for teacher gifts (I like to think ahead!). I have chalk paint and these would be great to add some colour xx

  89. Claire Nutman says:

    We would begin a garden glass tealight craft project, love when the children make designs they always look fab x

  90. Allan Wilson says:

    I would let the kids create something and let their imagination go wild.

  91. Iris Tilley says:

    We would do an arty seaside picture with sandy beaches shells cliffs and seagull’s

  92. Ema J Lowe says:

    I am not at all arty but my daughter is, she loves drawing flowers and fruit bowls, I am sure this is what my daughter would use these for on her blackboard.

  93. leanne weir says:

    I like the idea of the wine glasses

  94. lia sturman says:

    me and my nephew would draw some monsters x

  95. Lorna Ledger says:

    With my niece and nephew I would create a lovely fairy garden outside x

  96. I would use them to personalise wine glasses.

  97. I will do Easter cards for my family.

  98. I would let the kids decorate the conservatory :)

  99. Kim Styles says:

    I would give them to my daughter for one of her 16th birthday presents- she decorates polystrene wig heads in various ways and these would be perfect for her

  100. I’d let the kids be creative and decorate their mirrored wardrobe and windows

  101. I would give them to my daughter so that she could make me a mother’s day card/picture

  102. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    I would give these to my daughter she is very creative and loves arts and crafts.

  103. bella smyth says:

    i would create a menu board for the family kitchen

  104. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    I would create designs for our storage jars to make them look pretty

  105. claire griffiths says:

    i would do names on slate placemats etc when we have guests over

  106. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    A mural in my little girl’s room

  107. Jo Glasspool says:

    My daughter is really into drawing flowers, Im sure she would create some more using these.

  108. Linda Griffiths says:

    on recycled jam jars

  109. Rich Tyler says:

    I’d use them on making crafts with little 1s

  110. lynn neal says:

    We would decorate coffee jars and use them for storage!

  111. I’d test it out on some old glass jars.

  112. Shannon O'Donnell says:

    I would use them for cards and let my partner use them for his artwork (he’s a lot more creative than me)

  113. Jane Willis says:

    I love making cards and would create some very striking ones using black backgrounds

  114. Hazel Rea says:

    I would use them on cards – and at Christmas I would use them to decorate glasses for the table.

  115. Laura Johns says:

    What a wonderful blog x

  116. Nicki Ramsay says:

    I would label and decorate my food storage jars to brighten my kitchen up

  117. Sam McKean says:

    We have a chalk wall in our kitchen and I would love to create an ongoing art display with my children.

  118. Katy Malkin says:

    Probably thank you cards from my daughter. She would love some of these!

  119. Natalie Crossan says:

    A gorgeous mothers day card xx

  120. For weekly mean plans on a chalk board

  121. A.E. ADKINS says:

    Blackboard Easter eggs

  122. michelle speight says:

    some cards

  123. Gill Mitchell says:

    We would decorate some tiles that could be used as coasters. Ideal gifts :D

  124. Sharon D says:

    Such a lovely idea! I’d probably use it to decorate my DD’s bed, it’s white and could use some colour! X

  125. Laura Kevlin says:

    We’d create fab pictures and stories on our chalkboard easel, and I’d buy some black card for the girls to make cards for family :)

  126. MICHELLE Stewart says:

    great for my card making and general crafts

  127. Kevin000 says:

    I would leave it up to my granddaughters!

  128. Keshia Esgate says:

    I would write fancy letters on our chalkboard menu in the kitchen

  129. Debbie Burfoot says:

    Toy boxes for my sons toys

  130. JULIE WARD says:

    Would most probably make some cards with grandson (he just doodles though)

  131. I’d use them with my grandchildren for making birthday cards

  132. I’d write on the walls because It’s my house and I can.

  133. Anthea Holloway says:

    I would make a picture of our lovely spring garden with my grandchildren.

  134. Bernice Cockrell says:

    I love doing arts and crafts with the kids….you can’t beat home made gifts! I think some jar decorating for Mother’s Day ..they’ll need something to put flowers in!

  135. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    I’ve got some plain vases and would use these to brighten them up

  136. Victoria Prince says:

    I’d love to try decorating some glass jars to put candles in :)

  137. Harneet Farmahan says:

    i want to do Warli art on my center wooden table, will these work, i cant seem to find anyone who has tried and tested on wood! but would love to give it a try!

  138. Rebecca Howells (@PeanutHog) says:

    A notice board for my wedding party.

  139. Mark MacDonald says:

    I would use them with my three boys to mae some cool posters

  140. hannah oneill says:

    A meal plan blackboard

  141. Josie Tymon says:

    I would let my daughter do some pictures on little glass jars and put candles in them

  142. Joanna Ford says:

    I would label some of my jars in the kitchen!

  143. Lucy Robinson says:

    I would draw and create some games with the kiddies

  144. I would create some artwork with my baby boy for gifts

  145. Roz Blight says:

    I would use them to decorate some glass candle holders

  146. Amy Dacre says:

    I’ve been looking for a product like this to use on the chalk boards at my wedding and to write the table names! Perfect

  147. Kelly Hirst says:

    I’d decorate a mirror with the kids – these look like lots of fun

  148. I would decorate my old wall mirror with my niece’s

  149. Derek Wilson says:

    My niece loves glass painting and these are ideal for such an activity.

  150. We would use them for the cards the children are making for Easter.

  151. I would let my daughter to create something :)

  152. I would make a chalkboard welcome sign.

  153. Andrew Hindley says:

    We would create Easter cards for the family

  154. christine westlake says:

    create something beautiful with the grandchildren

  155. Charmian Filewood says:

    I’ve got a huge mirror that needs a redo, so I’d do a frame work design on it to make it more unusual

  156. Heather Tinkler says:

    I would decorate the fireplace :)

  157. carmel pickering says:

    id use them to decorate a huge glass mirror in our bathroom, great non messy play x

  158. Kirsty Woods says:

    On my jars, will be making lots of jam this year

  159. Lorraine Kirk says:

    I would use them to draw flowers on the glass of my little boys garden shed/ playhouse

  160. Cheryl G says:

    I’d use them for labelling the glass jars in my craft room & making them prettier. They’d also be useful for a similar project in my kitchen

  161. james wright says:

    draw with the gran children

  162. Michelle Wild says:

    I would create labels for my cheese board, they’re ceramic and these would work well on them.

  163. champaklal lad says:

    making cards

  164. Tania Robinson says:

    These look awesome!! I would use them to do some arts and crafts with the kids! :)

  165. decorate the window in my daughter’s room with trees, flowers, and Peppa pig :)

  166. we’d make some dcorated event plates – easter bunny ones, christmas ones, birthday ones :D

  167. chloe brill says:

    i would decorate boxes

  168. Louise Ryves says:

    I’d use them to label my pallet herb garden

  169. Nicola Holland says:

    Decorating mirrors for gifts with my son :)

  170. Kirsten Barthy says:

    I just started to do arts and crafts with my daughter so still discovering what we can do.

  171. hayley pemberton says:

    i woukld use them to label my daughters storage drawers

  172. Sammie Hodges says:

    I think I would let the kids create some tea light jars, loads of scope for imagination!

  173. Cerys John says:

    A menu board in the kitchen for the week :)

  174. sophie williams says:

    I’ve just got chalkboard for the kitchen wall to help organise everyone as my 9 year old has just been diagnosed a processing disorder so she needs lists, in reality she’ll probably just draw dragons and my little pony all over it :D

  175. Allan Fullarton says:

    Making cards

  176. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    I would love to create a fence board and let the children draw to their hearts content, no mess, outside and sun….

  177. Vicki A Smith says:

    I’d use them to decorate some plain glass photo frames

  178. Emma Davison says:

    I would give them to my goddaughter so that she could draw with them

  179. I’d make a little arty area for my son to distract him from his desire to draw on the walls :D

  180. Ben Robb says:

    i’d create a multi-coloured hopscotch!

  181. Marie Rule says:

    I would do some beautiful craft work with my daughter.

  182. Kitchen message board

  183. I’d draw a picture on our patio doors of our whole family.

  184. lauren porter says:

    drawing on chalkboards :)

  185. Julie Scattergood says:

    Some artwork for my son’s bedroom. We’re decorating and something bright would be ideal. These would be perfect.

  186. Jamie C Millard says:

    name pictures for the boys’ room

  187. sharon martin says:

    i’d maybe decorate my mirror or my large glass vase

  188. Sarah Parker says:

    I’d draw a map

  189. Cara Bemrose-williams says:

    My boys would love writing on the patio windows 😀

  190. Natalie Jones says:

    I’d give my glasses a makeover

  191. Fiona jk42 says:

    I would use them to label my kitchen storage jars

  192. claire little says:

    use them on wine glasses

  193. Adrian Bold says:

    Easter Cards for the family.

  194. Diane Duggan says:

    I would use them to liven up some boring white vases.

  195. Monika Bascombe says:

    I’d sign all the craft drawers I have

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