Pebeo Glossy Paint Marker Set

$84.95 USD
Item# 64227
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  • Give a colorful paint makeover to plain glass and turn it into art!
  • Pack of 9 glossy pens, each pen is 8 ml
  • Water based transparent paints are easy to use
  • Cures in the oven - 40 minutes at 325°
  • Pens are lead-free and dishwater safe

Product Description

Add Detail To Your Glass Without a kiln! 
Use paint to transform plain glass into art. Give functional household items like vases, glasses and plates, plus bevels, mirrors and stained glass a colorful paint makeover. Pebeo's Vitrea 160 transparent water based glass paints combine professional quality with ease of use. After baking at 325° in a domestic oven for 40 minutes, the depth of the color is enhanced. No kiln is needed! Paints are lead-free and dishwater safe. For decoration purposes only. 

Use paint markers with Pebeo paints and outliners. The medium-size round tip makes drawing, writing and outlining a breeze. Set includes 9 markers.

Paint markers are a fun and easy way to create personalize gifts, as shown. Image of marker in use from "Creative Glass Painting" #6976. Beach bottle votive project by artist Kayleigh Clark.  

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  • Amber
  • Bengal Pink
  • Emerald
  • Ink Black
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  • Pepper Red
  • Sandalwood Green
  • Sun Yellow
  • Turquoise

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