If these fabric markers were around when I was younger, I would’ve loved decorating my white Keds (like, when they were first around in the 80s, not this recent incarnation) with them.
Do kids still sign each other’s stuff with their names or drawings? We used to draw on each other’s shoes and t-shirts, especially on the last day of classes, using ordinary Sharpies—I can only imagine the great designs kids could come up with with these brush tip markers!
These new fabric markers feature a fade-resistant ink developed for optimal performance on most fabric surfaces.
Available in eight vibrant colours, no ironing on is required. The versatile brush tip creates both thick and thin lines, has the ability to shade for a graffiti look and provides the ultimate in creative precision. The brightly coloured ink is AP-certified non-toxic and resists fading on most fabrics during normal wash cycles. Simply machine wash the marked fabric and hang it to dry for best results.
Looking for a way to add a bit of creativity in to your life, maybe a way for the kids get artistically inspired before their summer break? Check out the contest from MuchMusic (and Sharpie), where one person can win a trip to see any band, anywhere!
These fabric markers are inexpensive—sold individually or in packs of 4 and 8. The prices range from $1.99 to $15.99
I received a set of the Stained by Sharpie markers in order to conduct my honest review. I was not compensated in any other way.