This season is all about bright color pops and unexpected details. Instead of purchasing a new pair of sunglasses, I used an inexpensive paint marker to jazz up a few old pairs I had laying around. Cheap, colorful, and crafty!
-Basic sunglasses. The big, chunky plastic ones work best.
-A variety of paint markers. I like the oil based Sharpies for bright colors and Elmer’s Painter’s Paint markers for metallics.
-Your pretty face
Keep reading to see the full tutorial…
1. Pick a fun color of oil based Sharpie that will pop with the color of the sunglasses.
2. Using a steady hand, color in the inside of the sunglasses, being careful not to get any on the lenses. Keep a Q-tip handy for any mistakes, the Sharpie will wipe off within a few seconds before it dries.
3. Get crazy and draw a fun pattern over the bright color, like I did with the metallic silver polka dots and purple stripes.
4. Let dry.
5. Sport your flashy new sunglasses around town with their unexpected color pop.
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Hi there! I'm Liz Stanley. Born and raised a New Yorker I now live in the fairytale city of San Francisco with my husband, son, and baby girl. This lifestyle site is a collection of pretty, creative, and budget-friendly ideas to Say Yes to a more crafty, stylish, and family-focused life. MORE >>>
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