There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what's here!
Visit Site
  • Debby Turner Mathis

    Make liquid watercolors with dried out markers. Lots of great art ideas!

  • Kimberly Mays

    Homemade watercolors from dried out markers. My only concern is this: who has that many of any one color? Oh well, it's still a cool idea.

  • Beth Deschryver

    From dried out marker to fresh new watercolor paint! Don't throw your old markers away, revive them! 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. You'll end up with unique, one of a kind paint! Plus, you'll save money and be recycling! Great idea for little kids, @Erica Cerulo Kmak

  • courtney nichols

    Water colors from dried up markers...if this is actually true then oh my goodness craft time!

  • John-Roxanne McLain

    homemade water color--i learned this in 1st grade in montessori school

Related Pins

How to Fix a Dried Out Sharpie..most of the time, according to this website, it is the nib that is dried out, not the ink! Soak in alcohol...worth a try!

Use a dry erase marker on your fridge door. | 27 Brilliant Hacks To Keep Your Fridge Clean And Organized

Watercolour Texture Techniques

Use your dried out markers to make homemade liquid watercolours. An extra step and some patience is required to get paint as vibrant as these, but it's SO worth it! - Happy Hooligans

make-your-own paint-with-water pages. Use tubes of water-color paint and watercolor paper. Dot the bottom, let dry. To use, just dip brush in water and paint!!

Forget that magnetic notepad on the frige – Add burlap under nice frame and use dry-erase marker on glass for notes

Scented liquid watercolors- simple to make and SO FUN!