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Sharpie Paint Marker Accent Wall Project

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Sharpie Paint Marker-Kitchen Accent Wall

Sharpie Paint Marker Accent Wall Project:

I have been wanting to add some detail to my kitchen wall but I really didn’t want to use a stencil.  I have had trouble in the past with paint bleeding through.  I also just wanted something simple.

I started with a very simple and basically plain wall.

Sharpie Paint Marker-Kitchen Project

When I saw the Sharpie Paint Marker at Michael’s I knew I could just draw my own details on the wall. So many color options too. Details in store signage and also at Michael’s website.

For my project I didn’t even use up one of the Sharpie Paint Markers.

You need to know I free handed this art.  It is so simple.  I started with the first line about 4 inches away from my cabinets. I drew a wave pattern.

Sharpie Paint Markers-Painting Wave

I wanted all of my wave lines to be about 9 inches apart so I measure and marked with painters tape.  Then I continued to draw a wave everywhere I have a piece of tape.

Sharpie Paint Markers-Measuring Lines

Next came adding the detail to the wave line.  I drew small oval shapes, approximately 7 per each side of the wave. I had shorter wall space to cover under my window but I adjusted that to around 5 ovals per side.

Sharpie Paint Marker-Drawing Art

This was one of the easiest projects I have done in a while and I love it so much!

Bonus…both kids thought it was cool too!

Sharpie Paint Markers-Accent Kitchen Wall

Sharpie Paint Markers-Hand painted wall art

Now head out to Michael’s to pick up your Sharpie Paint Markers.  You can even let your kids have some summer crafting time as well.  My teenage son asked could he have mine when I was finished, he had an idea for his dirt scooter.  It was a great idea if I do say so myself!

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Sharpie Paint Marker-Fun for kids and teens

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Happy Summer,

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26 Comments

  1. I love the detail you gave your wall with the Sharpie marker. It’s awesome that you made is so pretty without using a stencil.

    1. Thanks Paula! It was so much easier than a stencil!! You should try it!

  2. This looks great! Glad you chose white, too…it look awesome against the grey. I would be SO nervous to freehand…ah! Good job! 🙂

    1. Thanks Alyssa! I’m actually more at ease free handing than I am trying to be precise! Thanks so much for stopping by ~Sonya

    1. YES it can be! I already have more ideas about using it!

  3. Sonya,

    Love this project so much! What a change for not many $!

    Happy day friend!
    karianne

  4. I never would have thought to do the painting on the wall with the markers but it is such a cute idea! And I love that the kids can customize their scooters with it. I’m going to have my kids do that as a summer activity!

  5. That is so awesome I love it! So unexpected and creative fantastic job 🙂

  6. I absolutely love this idea. I think I need to do this for one of the kids bedrooms.

    1. Thanks Tonya! I’m sure you can come up with a great idea for your kids rooms!

  7. Oh…I’ve never heard of these. Have to give them a try. I can see these working on a lot of things….like furniture!!

  8. Marlene Stephenson says:

    Thanks for the idea i did not know they had anything like that,so glad to know. Great idea,really a nice touch to a wall.

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