Whether you’re a veteran crafter or a novice when it’s time to get creative, everyone knows, loves and has used a trusty, ole’ Sharpie before. And fortunately enough, they’re great at DIYing with! Today, you’ll find 23 super easy Sharpie crafts to dive into this weekend. From gifts to home decor, you’ll find a wonderful mix of projects that anyone could complete with success.
Happiness is Homeade takes a classic candles and shows us how to spruce it up a bit. Whether you’re making it from scratch or just playing up its holder, this is such a brilliant and easy idea!
Oh, Hello Friend takes a 99 cent mug and turns it into something personalized and special. There are so many different designs and ways to personalize this!
Check out this adorable idea from By Wilma. Even your mini herb garden can be a bit cuter by adding faces to what you’re growing. In this case, it’s cress – something that’s extra delicious as a sandwich topping!
These faux malachite knobs were made with a simple Sharpie technique, believe it or not! Visit Teal and Lime to gather all of the details and know-how for creating your own set of knobs for any furniture redos.
Little Green Notebook shows us how to give one of your chairs a complete and inexpensive makeover. Yes, Sharpies can even be used to turnover some pretty rad furniture.
Are these Sharpie decorated pillows from Dear Lillie not absolutely charming? You can do so many different things by perfecting this project, from seasonal creations to year-round decor!
A Thoughtful Place takes some simple glasses and dresses them up with a bit of metallic dots creating a bit of festive confetti on the rim! We love the idea of sipping out of these during New Year’s or at a friend’s birthday party.
8. Photo Mats
Have you ever thought about adding a bit of embellishment to your photo mats around the house? You can really transform your gallery wall or collage with this bit of pop from Burlap and Blue.
Cuckoo 4 Designs even made some bookends look a little bit more stylish by utilizing some gold Sharpie markers. With a Greek vibe and a monogram too, her bookshelf looks even more personalized and design-worthy.
11. Nail Art
Yes, you can even use a Sharpie marker to help out in your nail art designs. Check out this cutie out at Lyndar the Merciless and learn how to top off your color!
Twelve Oaks Manor turned a more intricate project into something anyone can do because they used a Sharpie marker! With a stencil and enough ink, you too can create something similar.
Are you not in love – at first sight – with this gorgeous tie-dye shirt? And the most mind-blowing part of it all is that it was made with Sharpie markers. Check out it at Alisa Burke.
Swell Mayde took a rhinestone necklace and turned it into something with pop, personality and color just by adding some Sharpies to the mix. Make the jump and grab all the details!
Create some funky liners for your envelopes by checking out Blog A La Carte‘s idea! Make sending snail mail even more fun with a bit of personalization.
16. Phone Covers
Denise Heredia made a tribal print on her iPhone case and made our hearts swoon as well. You can take this idea and do virtually anything you’d like – and personalize to your heart’s desire.
You can even take some of your sneakers and turn them into something entirely different – using Sharpies. Dream a Little Bigger did just that with these faux saddle shoes.
18. Cup & Saucer
Pen & Paper Flowers did something similar to some of the projects above, but it’s just so adorable we had to feature it! Covering a teacup and saucer in a whimsical design is absolutely swoon-worthy!
19. Cross Stitch
Here’s a modern take on cross stitching where you don’t have to do a thing with a needle. Check out Chapter 37 and find out how to use some Sharpie markers to get that contemporary look.
Delia Creates used Sharpies in a way that makes every baby look a little bit chicer. Grab a classic, white onesie and start designing something spectacular with this easy, crafting must-have!
Stephanie Lynn grabbed some ramekin dishes and made some fun trinkets pretty easily with some metallic Sharpie markers. From baking to change holding, they look so much better with the bits of bling!
Turn some little wooden disks into keychain art! With some Sharpie markers, you too can create a design that won’t rub off in an instant and will personalize your keyring too. Thanks for the idea How About Orange!
This delicate, white design was made by using a Sharpie! At first, I couldn’t believe it myself but you can check out Make. and catch all the details on how to do this at home.