01 of 08
DIY Sharpie Leopard Bag
Update a bland beige tote or duffle bag to have a stylish leopard pattern by drawing the spots first with a tan Sharpie and outlining it with a brown Sharpie. To finish the look, place a drop of isopropyl alcohol on each of the leopard spots and your brand new bag is done.Continue to 2 of 8 below.
02 of 08
DIY Sharpie Scripted Pillow
Go to bed every night with a smile on your face by making a set of these cute scripted pillows where you use a Sharpie marker to write on a cotton pillowcase. To make these pillow cases have one partner write a cherished memory or list of reasons they love you, and likewise, you would make a pillow case where you write down a positive memory or reasons you love them.Continue to 3 of 8 below.
03 of 08
DIY Sharpie Accent Plates
Next time you are having a party make custom serving platters or small cocktail plates with text such as "yum" or "eat" on them by stenciling on the word using a Sharpie marker. This simple DIY is the perfect way to update a dollar store plate and make your own set of themed dishes for a party or holiday. The completed places can then be filled with desserts and appetizers for your party and will look amazing on your dining room table.Continue to 4 of 8 below.
04 of 08
DIY Sharpie Herringbone Mirror
Add some pattern to your room by updating an old mirror with a Sharpie. Using a gold marker to draw a herringbone pattern around the mirror's frame it was quickly given a makeover that can be done with a ruler and a Sharpie marker. This DIY is the perfect way to update an accent mirror in your front foyer or the large mirror in your bathroom to give it a more graphic finish.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
05 of 08
DIY Geometric Sharpie Wallpaper
Wallpaper is a wonderful way to add a pattern to your wall, but it can be a pain to take down and often the wallpaper can be expensive. One way to get the same look as wallpaper without the price is to create a printed template of the design you like and use transfer paper to print the design on the wall, which can then be traced in a Sharpie paint marker of your choice. Unlike wallpaper the design can easily be customized to the exact pattern and color you want, and when you tire of the design... you can simply paint over the design instead of having to peel down wallpaper.Continue to 6 of 8 below.
06 of 08
DIY Sharpie Custom Mug
Make your own custom mug to bring to work by writing on mug using a Sharpie marker and baking it to set the ink so that it will not wash off. This easy DIY is a great way to update you plain mugs and makes for an inexpensive gift idea too.
DIY Sharpie custom mug tutorial from Stephanie WhiteContinue to 7 of 8 below.
07 of 08
DIY Sharpie Painted Leather Wallet
If you are looking for a fun DIY to do this evening grab a Sharpie paint marker to update your leather wallet. Use painters tape to mask off areas for stripes or free-hand draw your pattern directly onto the wallet with a Sharpie paint pen. This project is a great way to add some personality to a regular bland wallet, and best of all it is very easy to do!Continue to 8 of 8 below.
08 of 08
DIY Sharpie Wood Keychain
Make yourself a new keychain by picking up wooden flat beads used for jewelry at the craft store and decorating it with Sharpie markers. Before you begin to make sure to apply a clear coat of acrylic paint over the wooden disks to help prevent your Sharpie marker from bleeding. Crafting a new keychain is super easy to do, and makes a perfect rainy day activity for the entire family to do, as everyone can decorate their own keychain.