Your Sharpie Style

Your Sharpie Style[Reading] ➿ Your Sharpie Style Author Deborah Green – Decorate Embellish and Transform your home and accessories with 75 easy to follow and stylish projects using just a Sharpie penTake your coloring to the next level From cups and saucers to sneakers Decorate Embellish and Transform your home and accessories with  easy to follow and stylish projects using just a Sharpie Your Sharpie Epub / penTake your coloring to the next level From cups and saucers to sneakers and tote bags this book is guaranteed to transform your home and your garments with stylish and colorful designs Clear and easy to follow step by step instructions take you through the basics of working with a variety of Sharpie pens from oil based and water based markers to paint pens and Ranging from cute and crafty to uniue and boutiue these fun one of a kind projects are for all skill levels and can be easily applied to fashion accessories home décor and many commonly found objects Filled with tips variations and colorful photographs it has never been this easy to customize your life All you need is your creative inspiration and a Sharpie. Lots of ideas and instructions complete with patterns This crossed my path just when I needed an idea for something to do at a library craft program for 9 11 year old's I used the Friendly Face Light Swith page 83 using design suggestions I found on a Google Images search using the terms light switch and sharpie markersMany of the designs lean towards Korean Cutsie which I admit to likingI am going to use her design ideas with my scrap book projects I like her geometric trees and flowers and animals etc Interesting book full of suggested decorative crafts using Sharpie markers The good The drawings are super cute and she includes them as plain drawings as part of the instructions for easy use to use graphite paper to transfer I don't think I will make any of these per say but need to remember Sharpies and other oil based or permenant markers to add some personal style to fabric canvas and denim Or plastic Or ceramic The bad There aren't enough pictures Only about 12 of the projects have finished pictures and there aren't any pictures of the process or the transfer itself The drawings are cute but don't cut it Also some of the projects look like unsophisticated markery marker marks which probably is a product of the medium plastic beads headphones I think paint would look better in basically every situation in this book Also what's up with these craft books that have illustrations instead of pictures of the FO? There are a few good ideas roaming through the book It offers tips such as cardboard under your projects so ink doesn't bleed through and to allow the ink to dry before coloring over it There is also warnings about coloring on dishes or glasses when used with dining I will also give kudos for the drawing steps to some of the projectsBut it isn't anything you couldn't find on Pinterest or a good craft site The drawings are basic and simplistic I'm glad I got it from the library and didn't spend money on it I received this as a first read This was an awesome book I really enjoyed the projects here They look very interesting and some of them look easily done There are some complex but not overly Even for the craft challenge like me Lots of cute ideas Not exactly what I was expecting but definitely will use it Like how it tells you which type of marker to use for the projectReceived this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion Some of the projects are very easy to do and the step by step instructions are great I plan on giving the book to my grand daughter since she is a new mom and would be using many of the ideas I think Deborah Green did very well putting this book together There are projects for all ages Some really cute ideas for the DYI'er Enjoyed the bright designs and easy step by step instructions The Cacti Tote Bag looks like a winner to carry some of my favorite books Thankful to receive this book from Goodreads Giveaway

Your Sharpie Style ePUB ß Your Sharpie  Epub /
  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Your Sharpie Style
  • Deborah Green
  • 02 September 2015
  • 9780062434838