Tip Set For Glassline Pens

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  • Use with Glassline Pens to easily add intricate designs to glass!
  • Includes 3 tips: fine, medium and bold
  • Includes tip cleaners
  • Stainless steel tips won't rust - clean and rinse well after each use

Product Description

Add Intricate Designs to Glass
Tip set includes 3 tips: fine, medium and bold. The three different sizes allows you, the artist, the maximum amount of creativity and freedom when designing with the pens. This tip set is to be used in conjunction with the Glassline pens.

Butterfly project created using Glassline Pen Kit #802015 and multiple layers of glass. For Glassline tips and instructions, click "View User Manual".

Butterfly project created by artist Jaime Dobson. Winter project created by artist Lexan Cranfill.

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  •   Best tips ever
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Pros : I clearly love these tips and how they come with a straight pin to close off the hole...makes the pens so much easier to use & the 3 pack comes with different width holes for perfect lines
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Pros : It works nicely. remember to clean after each use.
Cons : I have never been able to make the fine one work.
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Pros : These are so much fun to work with!
Cons : One of the little metal reamers was missing from my set.
Other Thoughts : I'm going to buy two more sets, so I don't have to keep stopping to clean them when I'm working with multiple colors in a short period of time.
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