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Marking Pen Enamel Assortment

$61.95 USD
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Item# 758151
Expected to be in stock Aug 26, 2014
Product Features
  • Draw on your project; create elaborate details
  • Add intricate details to even the smallest projects
  • Use in flameworking or fusing - works with any COE
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Product Description
Draw Details Directly On Your Beads or Fused Project
Add decorative detail to your glass with enamel pens. You can personalize projects, create detailed designs with pens alone, or use them as embellishment to your enamel designs as shown in the tile below. Creative possibilities abound.

Set includes 9 pens. Each pen contains 5.75 gm of enamel. Compatible with all glass and metals.

Matures between 1260° and 1400° F.

Colors Include:     
White Green Bright Yellow
Orange Red Bright Blue
Brown Maroon Black





Delphi Tip:
Shake well before using. When not in use, store tips of pens facing downward. If enamels are too thick, place pen tip into Thompson Klyr-Fire #7405A1 to help thin.

Delphi artist Melanie Churchill beautifully combines the enamel pens with Enamel Watercolors #758150 to make a pictorial tile. Use enamel pens to create a bead like the one shown below by Artist Bronwen Heilman using techniques detailed in "Vitreous Painting Techniques for Glass Beadmaking" book #6567.
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1 out of 5 stars
1 stars Disappointing By on
Pros : Variety of colors offered.
Cons : Couldn't get these to show up on glass at all.
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3 stars Costly / But effective By on
Pros : If you shake well, cut marker open & empty into an air tight container, They are easier to paint with
Cons : Doing the above is costly, only rendering a small amount of liquid, which will evaporate quickly if not careful
Other Thoughts : I would love it- if they would offer the contents in a liquid / paintable form.
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1 stars Marking Pens By on
Pros : none
Cons : These pens are very difficult to use. The paints does not come out easily, I can barely squeeze it out. And if/when it does come out it is uneven; in globs or streaks. Also doesn't show well on dark colors even if you do manage to get enough out to show on the unfired glass.
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