Happy Friday everyone! This week I couldn't wait to try out these new markers I discovered (well, they've probably been around forever but it's my first time hearing of them). They are markers from Japan called Uni POSCA. A little tidbit about me....In college, I actually minored in Japanese and Majored in East Asian Studies and Ancient History so I found these markers online while checking out blogs from Japan. If you would like to give them a try CLICK HERE. They are very bright, water based markers, and if you've ever used Japanese Gel pens these feel like a marker version of that.
I've already got ideas for more ways to decorate with these markers so I hope you enjoy this first diy in my Friday series of crafting with markers! Specifically, POSCA markers because, yes! They are just that great!
- Uni Posca Markers in blue, pink, and yellow
- Fern plant and white ceramic planter
- Rocks and flamingo (optional)
draw small squares using the blue markers
draw squares in yellow and pink over different corners of the blue squares
Repeating squares makes for a fun retro pattern!
Made with love,