This week, our attentions are focused on having some craft fun with a well-known art supply staple: the Sharpie marker. Blogger and author Deborah Green’s new book, Your Sharpie Style, offers a collection of marker-created projects that the whole family is sure to enjoy. If you’ve got that book saved in your Amazon cart, this week’s roundup has a few projects to get your kids started down the artistic Sharpie path.
Sharpie markers work on a variety of surfaces and shelf liner paper is one of them. The Artful Parent offers up this fun how-to for your child to turn their doodles into stickers.
Mix in a bit of science with your next art lesson, courtesy of Babble Dabble Do. Sharpies and T-shirts combine to create a wearable science experiment.
Sure, paint is the heart of this clever LEGO-themed pencil holder on Handmade Charlotte. But how do you achieve the minifigure’s signature face? With a Sharpie marker, of course!
Here’s a fun project to keep in mind for the beginning of a new school year! The Suburban Mom turns Sharpies into a gift that your child is sure to be proud to present to his new teacher.