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I’m a little late to the Sharpie DIY world, I’ve been seeing bits and pieces here and there, even went on a hunt for a “ceramic” one – one day in Michael’s. Even they didn’t know what I was talking about (now I’m thinking there probably isn’t one – and people just use the regular type). But whatever the case, I’m kind of liking all the sharpie DIY’s out there.
I can’t help it. I see bright and pretty Sharpie colors and I want them. I have a huge collection in all sorts of shades and I love using them.
The people from Sharpie so kindly sent me their newest invention, the Sharpie Stained Fabric Marker and asked that I create something with it. I thought instead of drawing a picture of something specific, I would try to create a print using a stencil. Lace came to mind and when I did a test run with some leftover vintage lace from my ballet skirt DIY , I got a bit of a snakeskin print from it and was thrilled. I used the lace to create a repeating snakeskin grid across the entire tank.
This is a great project for kids, or adults. I first saw the idea on the blog found here . All you need are some Sharpies, rubbing alcohol and something to drip it from (I had a syringe), and a t-shirt, or other clothing.
Everyone needs to spruce up their space every once and awhile and Little Pink Monster has got the puuuuurfect remedy to take a piece of old furniture from drab to FAB! This sassy little print can be all yours! The DIY monster blog, Little Pink Monster shows you how to create this snow leopard cover and the best part- you can make it for anything you want! Just imagine; pillows, pouches, couches, chairs! An entire snow leopard lair! … Ok, that may have gotten a little carried away.