15 Amazing DIY Sharpie Walls
Woodland Accents // The Quietest Noise
This sharpie feature is confined to the area around the doorway, so it doesn’t overpower the small nursery. In a charming blue color, it’s the perfect way to brighten up a baby’s room.
Ikea Fabric Inspired Flowers and Birds // Owen’s Olivia
Instead of covering the wall with fabric, you can use an overhead projector and the pattern on the fabric to trace and create a customized look.
Giant Floral // Cheryl Heap
A giant floral mural may not be for everyone, but this is one way to embrace a bold statement and make a huge impact.
Gold Flowers on Black // All The Trees of the Field
Try gold flowers on a black background for a glamorous twist.
Permanent Frames // Art Wall
Filling an entire wall with sharpie frames is whimsical and fun, plus makes a great spot to hang artwork – especially from the kids!
Gold Herringbone // 4 Men 1 Lady
A herringbone pattern is classic and timeless.
Gold Diagonals // Cuckoo 4 Design
Diagonal stripes that meet at the corner of a small room give a nice punch to the space.
Gold Arrows // DIY Show Off
These arrows are a subtle nod to the boho/tribal trend without being over the top.
Sharpie Shiplap // Clover Lane Blog
Want shiplap but can’t bear the though of nailing boards all over your walls? Sharpie!
Gold Diamonds // Vintage Revivals
These gold diamonds add a 3-D detail that makes them pop like crazy. They’re cool and effortless.
Lines and Diamonds // The Bold Abode
Lines and diamonds combine for this clean and simple geometric pattern.
Gold Scallops // Classy Clutter
Scallops are a softer alternative to crisp angles and lines.
Overlapping Circles // All Things With Purpose
Overlapping circles can create a striking pattern. Using a light sharpie on darker walls is a great twist on the sharpie trend.
Bold Angles and Stripes // Two Thirty Five Designs
The bold angles and stripes are done in mostly black with just a bit of silver and gold thrown in. The result is amazingly bold and perfect for a teen or tweens room.
Bold Geometric // A Beautiful Mess
Using a template made out of cardboard, you can create a bold geometric, repeating pattern like this one – which is a little southwest in feel and oh so perfect.
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Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Bloglovin’ and Instagram.