Sharpie clearly recognises that lots of people already use their permanent pens to draw on T-shirts, sneakers, pencil cases and other textiles. The fabric markers supposedly have brighter, more durable ink.
Here are 20 DIY projects you can do with Sharpies. But below are some I particularly like.
Draw on the placket and collar of a plain shirt to make it jaunty.
Colour in some sunglasses.
Apply over the top of your nail polish, then seal in with a topcoat. If you make a mistake, you can erase it using rubbing alcohol.
Bake your colour onto mugs for 30 minutes at 175°C, then let the mugs cool in the oven.
Missoni-esque shoes. ("Missoni-esque" is fast becoming one of my favourite adjectives.)
Jaunty wrapping paper. (The white is white-out.)
Trompe l'oeil ceiling. Sort of in a Howard Arkley way.