Do you use sharpie markers for labels or to keep lists around the house? It might surprise you that a lot of people use these permanent pens for so many other fun and easy sharpie craft ideas.
These are not your average Sharpie craft ideas! DIY some surprisingly cool projects with only a sharpie and some imagination!
From the best ideas on Pinterest to the best DIY projects bloggers with awesome step by step tutorials, we compiled the best list possible of creative art projects using Sharpie markers. Fun craft ideas and creative art projects for teens, tweens and adults, too!
Here’s how you can make these fun sharpie crafts too!
- 1. This Unicorn themed hot mess canvas was so much fun and very easy to make using sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol. Check out my recent post to see how this fun project was made.
- 2. Nothing warms the hearts of mothers more than thoughtful, handmade gifts from the kids. This Mother’s Day craft from A Magical Mess using ceramic tiles and sharpies is great for almost all ages.
- 3. This quick and easy Sharpie tie dye tutorial from Gluesticks Blog will show you how to tie dye a shirt with Sharpie markers. (Mock tie dye) Such a fun activity to make with kids and the best part is watching the ink bleed and transform into so many neat designs!
These next two crafts are similar but oh so cute!
- 4. This toddler or preschooler bugs craft from Toots Mom is Tired using sharpie markers and little thumbs can be done inside on a rainy day or outside in your backyard where the bugs are.
- This fun craft idea from The Country Chic Cottage is perfect for spending an afternoon creating with kids of all ages!
- 5. These watercolour jungle friends spelling worksheets from Extreme Couponing Mom are filled with cute little animals. Your child will have fun while learning fine motor, reading, and spelling skills.
- 6. Next Easter, have fun with your kids using Easter egg printable, sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol from The Inspirationed It. Such a fun and easy way to involve your little ones during the holiday.
- 7. This cute yet educative activity involves learning a few letters of the alphabet, talking about new animals that the kids might not have seen yet and is also a great project for fine motor skills development! Have fun with these cute ocean animal worksheets from Meraki Mother.
- 8. Here’s a little different feel to the sharpie watercolor art. With this large scale ink drawings kids activity from California Unpublished, children will practice drawing still life and learn how to recognize shadows from natural light.
- 9. These DIY Emoji squishies using sponges and sharpie markers from The Chaos and the Clutter are so cute!! They are easy to make and are a great sensory tool.
- 10. These DIY sharpie dot flower pots from Cutesy Crafts would make great gifts and are so easy to make that the kids can get totally involved with them.
- 11. It’s rare that guys love crafty stuff from their wives or mom but I think Crystal from Surviving a Teachers Salary really knocked it out of the park! These fun crafts using skateboards, Bigfoot and sharpie markers are sure to finally please the pickiest of men all while giving inexpensive gifts that are homemade.
- 12. This is such an easy and inexpensive craft from Heather at Glitter on a Dime! It would be the perfect craft to do this summer when you have some down time with the kiddos. Plus it will be so much fun watching the birds come to enjoy the bird seed on their own decorated bird feeder!
- 13. Valentine’s gifts will be filled with love with these Sharpie Dotted cups from Organized 31. They would be so cute to hold candy, jewelry or small items from around the house after Valentine’s Day is over.
- 14. Another fun project from Organized 31 is this fun tutorial on how to make personalized sharpie mugs. They would make great gifts for teachers too!
- 15. These customized sharpie mugs from Adventures of a DIY Mom would be perfect to give out as gifts for Christmas. The different artwork on them is beautiful and it’s something that the kids can help with too.
- 16. This cute mug from Drugstore Divas is perfect for any coffee lover and you don’t even need a cutting machine for this project!
- 17. This tutorial from Surviving a Teachers Salary is for all you Harry Potter fans out there!! Oil based sharpie markers were used to create these fabulous mugs.
DIY Sharpie Craft Ideas
Now you have an awesome list of craft ideas using sharpie markers that your kids will love!! So grab your kids or grandkids and get creative!!