Neon Hearts & Love Notes: Have a Little Fun With Magic Marker® Window Markers
We’re taking a brief reprieve from NYFW madness this morning to discuss something even more pressing: That romantic day in February when cupid swoops into your apartment and shoots an arrow into your back while you’re looking at omelets on Instagram.
Yes, Valentine’s Day!
I normally deck the halls for this warm-and-fuzzy day with DIY paper heart bunting. However, this year when I packed up the Christmas tinsel, I also packed up outdated holiday trimmings to donate. I decided to refresh my inventory and, in some cases, redefine my approach to decor.
Luckily, BIC jumped in just in time and sent me these cool markers to play with!
NYC-dwellers are always looking for ways to reduce clutter and streamline apartment living. So when BIC sent me a set of Magic Marker® brand Window Markers to test out some hot pink heart-shaped scribbles, I took to my mirrors and windows with the enthusiasm of a cherub with a sugar rush.
Valentine’s Decor that I don’t need to store? Bright neon colors that look fab on the first application—and wipe off with a wet paper towel? Dare I say, it was love at first uncap.
Just like that, my slushy Brooklyn block becomes a romantic vista.
In fact, when I stop and think of the possibilities, my mind is filled with pink mustaches strategically scrawled on the bathroom mirror, motivational quotes on the glass pane of the kitchen door, and a big neon “STFU!” written backwards on the window facing the street to deter horn-honking delivery trucks in the early hours of the morning.
(Juuust kidding about that last one).
If you want to get your hands on some Magic Marker® brand Window Markers, they’re available at Staples, on sale until the end of February, for all you lovers (both single and attached) who want to give your abode some hand-drawn charm. Grab the pink jumbo marker and the red & white 2-pack.
Now that I’ve got scribbles out of my system, I’m going to find something awesome to wear on my Valentine’s Day date, and then get back to checking the latest from the runways.
Oh! And if my scribbles looks familiar, this pink marker-style art is somewhat reminiscent of the NYFW logo and branding this year. I didn’t plan this but thought it was a cool coincidence!
Creativity and experimentation (not to mention fun holiday D.I.Y.) is essential to surviving the cold winter. What ways are you keeping the creative juices flowing?
Happy stylish scribbling!