sharpie markers, then dripped rubbing alcohol on the designs and watched the ink spread out. I got the droppers from a pharmacy, and the best buy on markers was at Costco. As for the rubbing alcohol, we used 70% solution. by britney
britney
britney sharpie markers, then dripped rubbing alcohol on the designs and watched the ink spread out. I got the droppers from a pharmacy, and the best buy on markers was at Costco. As for the rubbing alcohol, we used 70% solution.
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DIY scarf designs with sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol. by Lindalgt
Lindalgt
Lindalgt DIY scarf designs with sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol.
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Sharpie and rubbing alcohol by Myrna Roach
Myrna Roach
Myrna Roach Sharpie and rubbing alcohol
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Remove Sharpie Ink (TRIED) - I tried this today because Rick got blue Sharpie on my tablecloth.  I used alcohol wipes to rub the stain instead of soaking it in alcohol (b/c I didn't have any in a bottle) and then I rubbed Dawn dishwashing detergent into it and threw it into the washer.  WORKED LIKE A CHARM! ~ ES by Catherine Moore
Catherine Moore
Catherine Moore Remove Sharpie Ink (TRIED) - I tried this today because Rick got blue Sharpie on my tablecloth. I used alcohol wipes to rub the stain instead of soaking it in alcohol (b/c I didn't have any in a bottle) and then I rubbed Dawn dishwashing detergent into it and threw it into the washer. WORKED LIKE A CHARM! ~ ES
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rubbing alcohol and ink by DButler407
DButler407
DButler407 rubbing alcohol and ink
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rubbing alcohol and ink. by giisole
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giisole rubbing alcohol and ink.
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how to refresh a sharpie (it's usually the tip that dries out, not the ink) - soak in rubbing alcohol by maryellen
maryellen
maryellen how to refresh a sharpie (it's usually the tip that dries out, not the ink) - soak in rubbing alcohol
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Sharpie Tie Dye ... Use a sharpie (not the fabric kind, they don't spread) and press it onto the shirt for about ten seconds. Using an eyedropper drop a bit of rubbing alcohol on to the center of your design and watch it spread out to create "fireworks." After the alcohol has dried completely, be sure to iron your shirt to heat set the marker. Wear on family vacations =) by LilacH
LilacH
LilacH Sharpie Tie Dye ... Use a sharpie (not the fabric kind, they don't spread) and press it onto the shirt for about ten seconds. Using an eyedropper drop a bit of rubbing alcohol on to the center of your design and watch it spread out to create "fireworks." After the alcohol has dried completely, be sure to iron your shirt to heat set the marker. Wear on family vacations =)
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sharpie-and-rubbing-alcohol tie-dye. by Flamingolegs
Flamingolegs
Flamingolegs sharpie-and-rubbing-alcohol tie-dye.
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Brownie in a Cup ~ Wipe the outside of the cup with rubbing alcohol. Use an oil based Sharpie paint marker, then write the instructions onto the cup. Let the Sharpie dry completely for 24 hours. Place your cup in a cold oven, then bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. Crack your oven door and let the cup cool down with the oven to prevent cracking. This would be great as a gift, add the dry ingredients and wrap.:: by colette
colette
colette Brownie in a Cup ~ Wipe the outside of the cup with rubbing alcohol. Use an oil based Sharpie paint marker, then write the instructions onto the cup. Let the Sharpie dry completely for 24 hours. Place your cup in a cold oven, then bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. Crack your oven door and let the cup cool down with the oven to prevent cracking. This would be great as a gift, add the dry ingredients and wrap.::
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sharpie + rubbing alcohol by Flamingolegs
Flamingolegs
Flamingolegs sharpie + rubbing alcohol
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Rev Your Engines - George Ramos: George used Sharpie Markers for the design on this Lamborghini and then used a clear topcoat. by marjorie
marjorie
marjorie Rev Your Engines - George Ramos: George used Sharpie Markers for the design on this Lamborghini and then used a clear topcoat.
DIY - Alternatives to the Infinite Marketplace
4. Clean Your Interior with Rubbing Alcohol Mix rubbing alcohol and water in equal parts into a spray bottle to help keep your interior clean as a whistle. The mix can be used on most dashboards and dials, but do your best to keep it off any fabric. by pinar.d.patterson
pinar.d.patterson
pinar.d.patterson 4. Clean Your Interior with Rubbing Alcohol Mix rubbing alcohol and water in equal parts into a spray bottle to help keep your interior clean as a whistle. The mix can be used on most dashboards and dials, but do your best to keep it off any fabric.
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sharpie pen tie-dye!  use sharpie pen and rubbing alcohol. by batjas88
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batjas88 sharpie pen tie-dye! use sharpie pen and rubbing alcohol.
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Dress up a plain t-shirt using colored Sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol to obtain a beautiful watercolor effect by Izzardcrazed
Izzardcrazed
Izzardcrazed Dress up a plain t-shirt using colored Sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol to obtain a beautiful watercolor effect
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Spooky Victorian Architecture done around Halloween. We learned about Edward Hopper's House by the Railroad painting and used it as our inspiration. Drawing with silver sharpie on black paper. We then cut it out carefully, and glued to an eerie (photo) scrapbook paper background of their choice. by carol.hasky
carol.hasky
carol.hasky Spooky Victorian Architecture done around Halloween. We learned about Edward Hopper's House by the Railroad painting and used it as our inspiration. Drawing with silver sharpie on black paper. We then cut it out carefully, and glued to an eerie (photo) scrapbook paper background of their choice.
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Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms by bethany
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bethany Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms
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Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms by TomiSchlusz
TomiSchlusz
TomiSchlusz Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms
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Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms by bethany
bethany
bethany Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms
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Copics and Alcohol Ink markers by Birdie33156
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Birdie33156 Copics and Alcohol Ink markers
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rd-6th grade students learned about the history behind Hokusai's Great Wave wood block print. We talked about the significance of Mt. Fuji in the background and what it must have been like to be on one of the three boats. Then, using the Great Wave as our basis, the students created a Zentangle of repeated patterns using Sharpie markers. The back ground was painted with neon paint" by jimmie
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jimmie rd-6th grade students learned about the history behind Hokusai's Great Wave wood block print. We talked about the significance of Mt. Fuji in the background and what it must have been like to be on one of the three boats. Then, using the Great Wave as our basis, the students created a Zentangle of repeated patterns using Sharpie markers. The back ground was painted with neon paint"
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Copics and Alcohol Ink markers by ashleyw
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ashleyw Copics and Alcohol Ink markers
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Cleaning Sharpie with Rubbing Alcohol!...and what to never clean with rubbing alcohol ever. by Flamingolegs
Flamingolegs
Flamingolegs Cleaning Sharpie with Rubbing Alcohol!...and what to never clean with rubbing alcohol ever.
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I've had one for two years and nothing works as well.   Mine was made from 2 cups of DAWN and 1 cup of rubbing alcohol.   I used the good by eula.snow
eula.snow
eula.snow I've had one for two years and nothing works as well. Mine was made from 2 cups of DAWN and 1 cup of rubbing alcohol. I used the good
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Copics and Alcohol Ink markers by ashleyw
ashleyw
ashleyw Copics and Alcohol Ink markers
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Revive Dried Out Permanent Markers with Rubbing Alcohol by bethany
bethany
bethany Revive Dried Out Permanent Markers with Rubbing Alcohol
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Sharpie coasters with rubbing alcohol by eve
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eve Sharpie coasters with rubbing alcohol
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Gorgeous sharpie-and-rubbing-alcohol tie-dye nsvinicki by christie.cox.378
christie.cox.378
christie.cox.378 Gorgeous sharpie-and-rubbing-alcohol tie-dye nsvinicki
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Brownie in a Cup ~ Wipe the outside of the cup with rubbing alcohol. Use an oil based Sharpie paint marker, then write the instructions onto the cup. Let the Sharpie dry completely for 24 hours. Place your cup in a cold oven, then bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. Crack your oven door and let the cup cool down with the oven to prevent cracking. This would be great as a gift, add the dry ingredients and wrap. by Kathy Schrock
Kathy Schrock
Kathy Schrock Brownie in a Cup ~ Wipe the outside of the cup with rubbing alcohol. Use an oil based Sharpie paint marker, then write the instructions onto the cup. Let the Sharpie dry completely for 24 hours. Place your cup in a cold oven, then bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. Crack your oven door and let the cup cool down with the oven to prevent cracking. This would be great as a gift, add the dry ingredients and wrap.
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Calendar made with scrapbook paper and an 18" x 14" picture frame. Use sharpie for the dry erase marker and use rubbing alcohol at the end of the month to remove the sharpie. So many different options :) by audrey
audrey
audrey Calendar made with scrapbook paper and an 18" x 14" picture frame. Use sharpie for the dry erase marker and use rubbing alcohol at the end of the month to remove the sharpie. So many different options :)
Neatly organized
Elmer's Glue mixed with liquid watercolor makes the paint, which is dripped onto a clear piece of Dura-lar film. The film is then folded in half and pressed together, allowing the colors to spread and mesh. Opened up and pressed against a canvas or piece of paper, what remains is a whimsical and colorful image. Permanent markers are then used to define patterns and shapes within that image. by penny
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penny Elmer's Glue mixed with liquid watercolor makes the paint, which is dripped onto a clear piece of Dura-lar film. The film is then folded in half and pressed together, allowing the colors to spread and mesh. Opened up and pressed against a canvas or piece of paper, what remains is a whimsical and colorful image. Permanent markers are then used to define patterns and shapes within that image.
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