...Metallic Marker Fun!!


I've seen heaps of Sharpie projects on Pinterest of late and have always wanted to give them a go.
They are so quick and easy, and if you happen to have the right markers lying around, plus a few old mugs and bowls, why not have a go at jazzing up some old and unloved pieces!


An oil based metallic marker (or a few different colours!)
a mug or bowl
Electrical tape
hole punch
Oven





Then, make sure that you bake your projects in a 180c oven for half an hour

Here's a few of the pieces I ended up with!

Add your own quotes and phrases to your mugs! There are HEAPS of ideas on Pinterest.

The main idea is just have some fun and be creative! Do what you like, have a play, and if your markers are anything like mine, you can actually scratch the pattern off and redo it if you make any mistakes!

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12 comments:

  1. Emmie
    What a fun idea! I love the tape method; I've seen this done before freehand and it's intimidating (to me)! LOL!
    I found you today from Sugar Bee's Linky. I hope you can stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
    ~ Megin of VMG206
    www.vmg206.blogspot.com

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  2. Fun! I actually just bought a metallic oil-based sharpie for a project yesterday. And now I can't wait to use it some more!

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    1. Thanks Julie! Get on it, it's great fun!

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  3. Just fabulous!! And so creative!! I have pinned this to try later!!

    Stopping by from DIY MOm.

    Frances
    www.notionsfromnonny.com

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    1. Thanks Frances! Definitely do it, it's super fun and easy :)

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  4. I tried this with sharpies and even after baking the stuff was coming off, especially when I put them in the washer machine. Have you had any problems with the metallic markers?

    -Meg, www.willwork4cupcakes.blogspot.com

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  5. super cute! This project will be featured tomorrow at the tasteful Tuesday party at nap-timecreations... come by and check it out. I would love for you to put my featured button at the bottom of this post :o)

    http://www.nap-timecreations.com/2013/03/tasteful-tuesday-party.html

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  6. What a super fun idea! I love how these look. Thanks for sharing at Crafty Tuesday.

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  7. So cute! What a great idea! Pinned! Julia @ www.juliakendrick.com

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  8. these turned out soooo pretty Emily! LOVE THEM!! Thanks for sharing at the Humble Brag!

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  9. These turned out really cute! You will be featured tomorrow on Tell Me Tuesday! Thanks for sharing!!

    Tori

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  10. How cute and simple! Love it! Thanks for linking this up at Give Me The Goods Monday!

    Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof

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