Find out how to make beautiful artwork using permanent marker ink and rubbing alcohol, which you can also substitute for nail polish remover. If you want to keep this DIY kid-friendly, use water-soluble markers; in this case water would create a similar effect. For a better quality finish, we suggest you use a canvas, or something thick as a base for your art since regular paper tends to get damaged when wet. There are so many different styles you can explore like tie-dye, mock crayon melting, galaxy, watercolor effects and so much more. Add glitter, stickers or any other craft materials to personalize your piece. This technique is a great way to create unique art to decorate your room – they also make great gifts!
April 10, 2015