Here is another Crafter’s Square art supply review!
I found these metallic markers, and really wanted to see how they worked.
When I made this video I had found white, silver, and gold. Just today I found another...copper.
Let me test these art supplies...so you don’t have to!
(Unless they are awesome!!)
Thank you for testing these. Saw them yesterday in Dollar Tree. Didn't realize this is a Dollar Tree brand, though was excited about the number of different art supplies DT has now. Bought the white pen to use on darker paper, but will go back and get more. For $1! Yes. FYI,Sharpies may SAY they are permanent, but they will fade and, as you saw, lift. For real permanency, try paint pens.ReplyDelete
Can you use them on Dry Erase Boards or Blackboards?ReplyDelete
I'll have to try on white boards... blackboard...not one you want to use again.Delete
Do these work on plastic? Looking for pens to use on model kits.ReplyDelete
I'll try to test it later and see!! I haven't tried plastic yet.Delete
Actually it does not adhere to plastic. Even after 2 hours of dry time, you can rub it off with your thumb.Delete
If you are trying to make the white ones last on painted surfaces, hit it with a heat gun repeatedly as to not toast the paint surface. You can then layer the white marker , repeating the process. If you want to permanently lock it , use the rapid dry top coat from LA colors also sold at dollar tree. I bough ten of them just because of how well it holds up for model making !ReplyDelete