Sharpie Markers Giveaway

The Winner of the Giveaway is…

Marvin Miller. This month’s giveaway was a set of 24 Sharpie markers that could inspire anyone to be more creative with color. Is there anyone that doesn’t love the bold line of a Sharpie? How about bold lines in 24 different colors?

This set includes 24 Sharpie markers-1 each of: black, red, blue, green, yellow, brown, purple, almond, boysenberry, navy, pink lemonade, slate gray, magenta, tangerine, sky, mint, peach, lilac, pink, orange, turquoise, lime, berry and aqua. With these in hand you’ll be ready to unleash your creativity on any surface.

Congratulations Marvin! Enjoy writing and drawing with all 24 Sharpie markers.

Sharpie Marker Giveaway


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  1. My kids would love a set of markers!! My oldest is an artist she draws all the time

    • I love markers, too for their bold definitive marks. I’ve seen some incredible graphic and artwork created by young people using only markers.

  2. I’m so looking forward to learning a few tips and tricks from you d

  3. I have loved sharpie pens for as long as I can remember….I am very stingy with them, it takes a lot of sweet talking to get me to give 1 up…. I use them on everything (from computer parts to boxes to …. my hands…) if a sharpie can’t write/color on it, NOTHING can.