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recycling markers by josephine

These are dried out water-based markers turned liquid watercolor paints. Fill a clean baby food jar with water, tie about six dry markers with a rubber band, and set them in the top of the jar. Let them sit over night and watercolor is made!

Use dried up markers to make water color paints!

From dried out marker to fresh new watercolor paint! Soak old markers in a cup of water overnight. The longer they sit the better. Then, presto: vibrant water color paint! You can experiment mixing various colors of markers.

"The Markers Don't Work!" | Reuse dried markers to make liquid water colors: Child Central Station

"The Markers Don't Work!"

What Would You Do With It Wednesday. Markers That Don't Work - Child Central Station

Revitalize ur dry Sharpie

How to Fix a Dried Out Sharpie. Dip the tip of the Sharpie into a cap filled with Rubbing Alcohol.Leave until a bit of ink swirls out. Replace cap on sharpie and wait minutes.

sharpie and solo cup stained glass

Aggieland Mommy: Summer Bucket List Part 2 Sharpie and Solo cup stained glass found here. Supplies needed: Sharpies, clear plastic cups, hole punch, string/ribbon.

Another pinner said.....I must remember to try these...These are hands down, the BEST markers in the world. They way they look when they dry looks almost like paint. They have a creamy solid smooth looking finish and of course the obvious 60 day cap off time!! Yes, they will stay good for 60 DAYS WITH NO CAP!!!

I must remember to try there markers They way they look when they dry looks almost like paint. They have a creamy solid smooth looking finish and of course the obvious 60 day cap off time! Yes, they will stay good for 60 DAYS WITH NO CAP!

Mikes and Nikie's art

Dollar store plate- sharpie markers- My favorite artist- bake 300 degrees 30 min…great for Christmas gifts, or birthday party craft! *The dollar store plate melted in my mom's oven.

Pineapple swaps for Girl Scouts! Thumbprint in yellow ink, draw details with a colored pencil.

Pineapple swaps for Girl Scouts! Thumbprint in yellow ink, draw details with a colored pencil.

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