DIY Sharpie Watercolor Painting ((with alcohol)) – Galaxy, Tie Dye, & More.


In this DIY, learn how to paint with Sharpie markers & rubbing alcohol! Create a canvas with this awesome, watercolor effect & decorate your room with the unique piece of art. Check back next Crafty Friday for a new how to video from SoCraftastic. Oh, and don’t forget to subscribe! Please & thanks. 🙂

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Catherine Castagnaro says:

Can you use a spray bottle with the alcohol instead?

Neon Lights says:


Linda Gittens says:

the galaxy one

Deréon Cherry says:

I like the galaxy one

adriana higuera says:

I loved all of your sharpie art

marilu Perez says:

love the water colored one

Abigail Bowes says:

i absolutely LOVE the galaxy and melting sharpie paints! what brands could you use instead of sharpie? please reply

CauleyR Hayes says:

The first one

Kate VO says:

Love!!!! That’s so cute

sara mcvicker says:


Love Happiness says:

Galaxy painting you are so awesome

Senthilkumar Jothi says:

can you use water

Angelique Dela Cruz says:

Can you use this directly on tape or does it have to be on a surface like what you used?

kristina burkhanova says:

the green and blue art kind of rain drop art

Em Ye says:

anyone thought it was funny when she threw up the markers and stayed in her hair, and she didn’t even notice?

Kay_keila88 says:

Can I do this on poster paaper

Chris. Com says:


Soraya says:

What’s the point in this… Just buy watercolour paints lmao. They’re cheaper than sharpies anyway lol

The nerd without Glasses says:

Does this work on paper?

Craft Lover says:

I like the galaxy painting and the first painting that you did.

Lorraine Walling says:

These are so pretty! I bet you could also put some alcohol in a little spray bottle and lightly mist the design to get an overall blended look. 🙂 Yours are great as is, though. My favorite is the melted crayon effect.

Felicity Chesman says:

cant pick but she could of used water just leave it for longer put the colour on first and then place it in a jug of water but only an inch of it then wait for like an houre or so its got a specle name but,….urm,…. i fergot its name

Naja Crawford says:

I love the melted crayon look canvas

Zaira Mijares says:

can you use besides sharpies?

vincy chua says:

Can I do this on my clothes?

Kona Meier says:

is rubbing alcohol the same as isopropyl alcohol?

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