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Happy Monday Friends!
I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend! Today I am sharing a super easy and fun tutorial of how to make these chic abstract curtains using Sharpie Paint markers. Michael’s is one of my favorite stores to spend time in. Sometimes I get lost in looking and thinking of a new project right there at the store:-) I came across these Sharpie Paint markers the other day at Michael’s and I quickly pictured this nice abstract curtain in my head.
My office makeover slowly going in the background and this project is part of it.
Eeekkk…I can not wait to share my new office. Stay tuned…There is more to come soon!
I picked up 3 different colours of the Sharpie markers: black, yellow and gold.
I already had 2 panels of plain white curtains sitting in my closet, so I had everything for this super easy project. (Curtains are from IKEA, $10/pair)
What I used for this project:
– White curtains
– Sharpie Markers
– I used a long piece of 2×4 wood panel to draw straight lines
As a first step, I laid the curtains on a flat surface. You need to make sure the curtains are smooth and have no wrinkles. I did not plan the shapes, just went on with my black sharpie paint marker and started drawing the lines across each other. I was trying to create little triangles that I colored for yellow, gold and black after I was done with my lines.
These oil based sharpies could be used on virtually any surface:
and more. They are super quick drying and they are water-resistant.
They have several colors at Michael’s stores.
Go get yours today!
Pin this image to your pin board so you can create your own sharpie curtain later.
So, what do you think?
Will you make your abstract sharpie curtains or do you have another project in mind with these oil based sharpies? The possibilities are endless!
Get your creativity going and have a wonderful day!