Colour DIY hopscotch
Keep the bigger kids active outside with this bright fun hopscotch, they can even help paint the pavers.
Resene Quick Dry sealer 500ml
Selection of Resene testpots (we used Resene Glitterbug, Resene Hi Jinx, Resene Buzz, Resene Go Go Go, Resene Yabbadabbadoo, Resene Zoop De Loop, Resene Unicorn, Resene Funtasia and Resene White
Resene testpot roller tray and roller sleeves
- Paint each paver with a coat of Resene Quick Dry sealer. Leave to dry.
- When dry, use the testpot roller to paint eight of the pavers a different colour, applying two coats of paint to each paver, leaving to dry between coats. Paint the remaining two pavers; one in Resene Go Go Go and the other in Zoop de Loop. Leave to dry.
- Use a piece of chalk to draw numbers 1 to 10 on each of the pavers.
- Paint each number with a coat of Resene White paint, followed by two coats of white Resene Quick Dry sealer, leaving to dry between coats.
- Place in the garden.
Tip: If you dig the ground a little under each paver you can get the paver to sit flush with your lawn. This will make it easier to mow and less of a tripping hazard.
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