Practice shading with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based markers have double, replaceable tips and are perfect for colouring. The ink is transparent, so it appears best on white paper. Shading involves changing the colour value from light to dark. This adds vitality to your pictures and creates beautiful transitions from one colour to another. Tip! Fill in the preprinted colour chart with all of your Panduro Colour Markers and their unique colour number for an overview of the colour and intensity of each marker. While the colour is displayed on the cap, it can never present the exact hue that is produced when drawing.
Create incredible drawings and illustrations with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based markers are perfect for colouring and have double, replaceable tips: a thin tip at one end for details and a wide, angled tip at the other for thicker lines and filling in bigger areas. Because the ink is transparent, you can create soft transitions from one shade to another and use layering to deepen the colour. The more layers you add, the darker the colour will be. Always use alcohol-based markers on a special marker pad to prevent the ink from feathering or bleeding through the paper. Tip: You can also use the blender to remove ink that may have ended up outside the lines.
Colour Panduro's colouring books for adults with Panduro Colour Markers! Taking a break in your day to colour for a little while is relaxing and peaceful. The colouring book contains beautiful designs that are also lovely to frame. The alcohol-based, transparent markers are perfect for colouring and have double, replaceable tips: a thin tip at one end for details and a wide, angled tip at the other for thicker lines and filling in bigger areas.
Create colourful graffiti art with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based, transparent markers are perfect for colouring and have double, replaceable tips: a thin tip at one end for details and a wide, angled tip at the other for thicker lines and filling in bigger areas. Always use alcohol-based markers on a special marker pad to prevent the ink from feathering or bleeding through the paper. Tip: Use the blender to remove ink that may have ended up outside the lines.
Create incredible drawings and illustrations with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based markers have double, replaceable tips and are perfect for colouring. When you use the fine tip and hold the pen upright, you will produce the thinnest possible line, while angling the pen will produce a thicker line. Because the ink is transparent, you can create soft transitions from one shade to another and use layering to deepen the colour. The more layers you add, the darker the colour will be. Always use alcohol-based markers on a special marker pad to prevent the ink from feathering or bleeding through the paper.
Practice shading by using different techniques with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based markers are perfect for colouring and have double, replaceable tips: a thin tip at one end for details and a wide, angled tip at the other for thicker lines and filling in bigger areas. Here, we have created a colourful, abstract pattern by drawing circles in different colours and varying degrees of intensity. Try as you go and see what kinds of results you can achieve by applying several layers of the same colour, and by applying one colour on top of another.
There is no right or wrong way to write or draw in your BuJo. If something doesn't turn out like you planned, simply cover it up with a nice sticker or a pretty piece of tape. A dotted journal, like the one we've used, makes it easier to write and draw because the dotted pages provide guidelines for your lines. In our BuJo, we've also used stencils as templates to create circles and other shapes with ease. We wrote the text with Twin Brush pens, which have one brush tip and one fine tip. We've emphasised the outlines by filling them in with a thin black marker, and then we coloured with coloured pencils. Your bullet journal could be about absolutely anything you want - your dreams, goals, plans or just things that make you happy. Let your imagination run wild!
Painting your own mugs is much more fun and personal than buying new, identical mugs. Keep in mind that the mug should be grease-free when you paint it, so wash it well and dry it completely. Remember not to touch the surface to be painted and leave the edge of the mug unpainted. The mug will be dishwasher safe at 55-60 degrees after hardening.
Bake your favourite cupcakes and pipe with a delicious buttercream, dye the buttercream with our red gel food colouring. Make horns and tails with black sugarpaste and stick them into the buttercream. Use CMC powder with the sugarpaste so that it dries faster and is easier to work with. Decorate with our edible sugar eyes to make them extra sweet - in both senses of the word!
A bujo or bullet journal is the perfect tool for planning blog posts, writing down ideas and sketching out layouts and tutorials. A planner gives you a great overview and at the same time, you can make your very own, personalised blog calendar. We like Leuchtturm's notebooks in particular, and there are loads of fabulous colours from which to choose. Then simply mix and match with your pencils, pencil cases and other desk accessories. For beautiful notes and sketches, you can use a Frixion Clicker pen, an erasable ballpoint pen. Another favourite is the Maica pen, with a thin and durable tip. Enjoy particularly professional results by colouring your sketches with watercolour pencils.
Paint a stone and make your own, specially designed towel knobs! A fun, unique way to use stones. First prime the stone and the flat wooden knob and let dry. Then write text on the stone with a brush pen and glue to the knob. We painted them with black Hobbylack first and then wrote the word "Guests" in gold.
Leave little messages for your guests or show them the way to their towels when they come to visit. A beautifully decorated stone makes the entire experience of being a guest even more wonderful. We have primed the stones completely black using matt Hobbylack (black, concrete) and for the gold text, we used our Brush Markers (gold and silver). The text is easy to write with a flat brush. What messages will you leave for your guests?
Drawing up plans and projects is easy and creative with a bullet journal. And everything begins by making sure you have the right pens and pencils. Once you've chosen a planner, notebook or notepad that matches your style, it's time to choose your pens and pencils. But what do you need? Here are a few tools that should be in every bullet journal-keeper's pencil case: A highlighter for highlighting and marking important items. Pencils and mechanical pencils, because you need to be able to erase and make changes in your bullet journal along the way. Fineliners will help you with beautiful details when creating artwork in your bullet journal, and a ballpoint pen, because everyone needs a ballpoint pen for writing. PS! Don't forget stickers, paper clips and a pencil sharpener. If you're always prepared, you can use your BuJo everywhere you go.
Writing in every imaginable form is becoming more and more popular. Hand lettering involves drawing/tracing letters, unlike brush lettering, for example, where you write the letters. Our beginner's book "My First Hand Lettering Book" explains the basics and offers inspiration and lots of different tips. You will also find pre-printed designs to trace and pages where you can practice. The pages in the book have a perforated edge, making the designs easy to tear out if you want to frame your work.
This super easy upcycling project produces utterly stylish results. Select a few discarded, mismatched ceramic dishes or buy inexpensive ones from a flea market. Wash and dry them thoroughly, then get out a glass and porcelain pen. Here, we've made a graphic pattern using a few simple lines. Once you've drawn the pattern, simply let it dry and then harden the dish in the oven. The painted dishes can be used for jewellery and other small objects at home. Do not place food on the painted surface.
A bullet journal will not only help you plan parties and keep track of your feelings. It can also be a place for everything you want to remember. For example, the countries you've been to or your friends' and family members' birthdays. Start by sketching your idea on a piece of paper, and don't forget to attach the pages in the book once it's time to begin. One tip is to make a sketch on paper beforehand if you don't want to tear and erase too much in your bullet journal.
In a bullet journal, you can organise and plan your life your way. The basic principles are simple: you have a legend/key page that shows what your symbols mean. A dot indicates an assignment/task to be done and a circle is an event. An asterisk beforehand indicates priority and an arrow means you've moved the task to next week. Cross out the symbols as tasks are achieved. You can use these basic principles to expand your legend with more symbols that suit you. Enter the page numbers on an index page at the beginning to find things easily. On one spread, write the month and numbers; on the next page, write the week number at the top and start designing your week. You get to decide and the opportunities are endless. If you have a lot to do on Wednesdays, for example, then simply make that day bigger. Write your tasks, events etc. under each day. Search the web for "bullet journaling" and you'll find tons of great ideas for spreads and decorations.
Create your own picture wall with sayings! Brush lettering is trendy right now, and anyone can learn how to do it. Here, we used designs from the follow-up book "More Brush Lettering". The first book, "How to do Brush Lettering", contains more instructions in English as well as exercise pages for the various lines. The designs are pre-printed and easy to follow with a brush pen. There are also designs with space to write your own text. The brush pens come in a set with several different colours. The designs can easily be cut out along the dotted line and framed in square frames.
Discover the joy of beautiful writing! The follow-up book "More Brush Lettering" is now here. The book contains several different types of pre-printed designs to trace, and tips for going on to decorate the letters. Here, we just used a black pen with a brush tip and traced the pre-printed letters, for the sleeker designs. The designs can easily be cut out along the dotted line. Frame the designs and hang them on the wall. If you want to learn more about the basics of brush lettering and practice the different lines, we recommend our introductory book "How to do Brush Lettering".
Our introductory book "How to do Brush Lettering" is perfect if you want to learn how to create elegant writing. Here, we've used a brush lettering style with brush pens and a more classic calligraphy style with calligraphy pens. Impress your friends and family when it's time to write them cards! Psst! Don't forget an envelope to add to the surprise of the card inside.
Doodling is a relaxing form of creative mindfulness; you can let your thoughts flow freely while you make beautiful patterns. Drawing Pens are perfect for doodling, and for everything from congratulations cards to notes. The pens are sold individually or as a set, with varying thicknesses and colours.
Create beautiful contrasts by mixing cursive and printing or small and large sizes. Twin Brush pens have two tips; one is a brush tip and the other is a thinner tip. Create brush lettering styles with the brush tip and make smaller details with the thin tip. You can also experiment with different colour combinations.
The Pilot Parallel Pen is an excellent pen that works for many different calligraphy styles. It is as sharp as a traditional dip pen but cannot be dipped in ink. Ink cartridge refills in various colours are available for Pilot pens. The Pilot Parallel Pen comes in four sizes and is long-lasting.
Posca pens have loads of uses! They are permanent on porous (absorbent) surfaces and can be washed off smooth and hard (non-absorbent) surfaces. Here, we painted decoration on glass. When you become tired of it, simply wash off the decor and draw something new. Posca pens come in several different widths and are opaque, i.e., they can be used on dark surfaces. TIP! If you want to paint larger surfaces, you can squeeze out ink from the pen in the palette and paint with a brush instead.
There is now a brush tip pen for porcelain! The brush tip makes it easier to "flow" as you write. You can write large or small text; it all depends on how firmly you press down on the pen. Method: Start by cleaning the porcelain thoroughly (then do not touch the surface to be decorated, as your fingers will leave grease marks). After that, you can start writing. If you are not satisfied, wash the object and start over. When you are satisfied with the text, let the paint dry for 4 hours, then harden the porcelain for 90 minutes in an oven at 160°C.
Writing letters, words and texts is fun and decorative. Here, we have combined a few slightly different styles and coloured them with assorted colours. We wrote the text with Twin Calligraphy pens and coloured with Twin Brush pens. Let the text dry completely before you start colouring. Why not tape your favourite message to the mirror? Then you'll see it every day!
Absolutely, with a Posca pen! We wrote the word with thin lines first, and then filled in the areas we wanted to be thicker. Posca pens are completely opaque, so you can even successfully write on dark leaves.
The art of beautiful writing has had a true renaissance! Learn the basics with our book "How to do Brush Lettering". The book contains exercises and designs to try. Then give it a go yourself and create your own designs. You can use brush pens or a brush dipped in ink. Find your favourite technique! In this example, we used white ink. Before you begin, test the ink on the paper you want to use to make sure it really absorbs the ink. Coated paper can cause the ink to just stay on the surface.
Sketch out the letters with a pencil first, then fill them in with ink. Here, we used a thin Posca pen in black. Decorate with patterns inside the letters; use a Drawing Pen. Done! We started with a simple watercolour; apply watercolour paint all over the paper and let dry. Then draw the letters on top. If you want to test as you go, you can cut out the letters in paper and move them around to see how they will look first and then trace them. If you want to use a ruler, make sure it has a bevelled edge on one side. Use the bevelled side when filling in with Posca to keep the final result clean (have the bevelled portion facing downwards). But it can still be smart to wipe off the ruler occasionally.
Discover the joy of beautiful writing - discover brush lettering. Here, we used coloured paper as a base and wrote with a brush dipped in white ink. Test the paper first to make sure it really absorbs the ink. Coated paper makes it harder for the ink to permeate the paper. Learn the basics with our book "How to do Brush Lettering". The book contains exercises and designs to try.
Make your own art combining watercolour techniques and written words. First, paint the background with watercolours; play with the paint and let it be as it is. Spatter water and spatter paint, and see how it changes. Let dry. Then write your favourite word with a Twin Brush pen. If you like, you can draw thin guidelines on the watercolour background before writing with the Twin Brush pen.
Brush pens are the best choice for creating brush lettering. The tip is a brush (rather than a firm felt tip). There are various brush pens from which to choose: slightly longer brushes (such as Twin Brush) and slightly shorter brushes (such as Faber Castel Artist Pen and Sakura Pigma Brush). See what works best for you; the different lengths produce text in different sizes. For the text in the picture, we used the pens (from the top down): Twin Brush, Artist Pen and Pigma Brush.
Write your best saying with your loveliest style! First, draw the saying with a pencil. Then write over it with a brush tip pen, such as a Twin Brush pen. This pen allows you to easily shift between thin and thick lines, depending on how firmly you press. For the thinnest details, it is best to use a Drawing Pen, which has a thin, firm tip. Learn more about brush lettering in our introductory book, see 600893.
Beautiful bottles with Posca decoration - draw flowers, dots, hearts or just abstract patterns, any way you like. Posca pens come in tons of different shades, but here we only used white. First, wash the surface so that it is completely clean before you begin. The decoration can be washed off when you are tired of it.
Write a lovely message to the recipient directly on the parcel; for the best results, use solid-coloured paper. Here, we used a black calligraphy pen.
Cheat with pastel pencils and black paper. Using pastel pencils on black paper produces an effect that is almost exactly like writing on a real chalkboard. See what works best for you. Write and draw in different ways; vary the styles and letters. Remember that setting the finished piece with Fixative afterwards is a good idea; otherwise, your work might smear.
To write on a porcelain mug, you need a porcelain pen with a brush tip. You can use it to write in different styles; see what works best for you. Start by cleaning the mug thoroughly (then do not touch the surface to be decorated, as your fingers will leave grease marks). After that, you can get started. If you are not satisfied, wash the mug and start over; it's as easy as that. When you are satisfied with the mug, let the paint dry for 4 hours, then harden it for 90 minutes in an oven at 160°C. Dishwasher safe at 55-60 degrees max.
Make your own tags! Draw a simple decoration, maybe just a heart. Here, we used Drawing Pens. A pen with a very fine tip is useful for both writing and drawing patterns.
Spectrum pens are perfect for everyone, from beginners to people with more experience. Discover Spectrum Sparkle - with glitter effects! First draw with a pencil, then colour with Spectrum and create the outlines with a Drawing Pen. The glitter is the cherry on top, and with the right paper (Neenah) the colours will be intense and bright.
Doodling is the name of the scribbling technique in which you make beautiful patterns. Simply draw any pattern you like free-hand: leaves, flowers, lines, dots, stars in various arrangements. Draw whatever comes to mind and let your creativity flow. All you need is a stone and a good pen to get started. Use a Penol 775 marker with permanent black ink or a white Posca pen. Decorating stones is the perfect way to relax while on holiday, or any time you feel like it.
Panduro Acrylic Markers are the perfect complement to paints in the same range. You can use the markers for writing, drawing details, signing your paintings, etc. THE PAINTING PICTURED: Here, we used a sanding technique for a trendy patina effect. Start by priming the picture with a dark acrylic paint and allow it to dry. Before painting another layer with a lighter colour, rub a wax candle in the places where you want the dark colour to show through. Paint all over with white paint. Leave to dry. Write your text with a fine-tipped black Panduro Acrylic Marker and allow that to dry. Use sandpaper to rub the areas you applied the candle wax, to reveal the dark primer.
Our frame holders have loads of uses; they're not just for framing pictures and photos. Here, we wrote on a torn-out piece of paper with brush lettering. You can create brush lettering either with a brush pen (a pen with a brush tip) or with a real brush and ink.
You can use a porcelain pen with a brush tip to create beautiful writing on porcelain. Method: Clean the surface thoroughly and do not touch it afterwards. Shake the pen. Remove the cap, turn it over and press the pen tip into the small hole in the cap (place a protective mat underneath the pen). Repeat several times until ink flows out of the tip. Write and let dry for four hours. Harden in the oven for 90 minutes at 160 degrees. Place the object in the cold oven and begin timing when the correct temperature is reached. Let cool in the oven with the door open. Not for crystal. Dishwasher safe at 55-60 degrees. Do not soak. The pen should be stored horizontally when not in use.
With our introductory book, How to do Brush Lettering, you can discover a whole new world, and it's easy to be swept away by this ancient lettering artform. The book also includes exercise pages and pre-printed designs to trace. Eventually, you will even be able write your own texts and create your own personal style; all it takes is practice, practice, practice :-). Here, we've combined designs from the book with our own designs. Write with brush pens (pens with a brush tip) or a brush and ink. Brush pens are available in various styles, with thicker tips (Twin Brush, Spectrum Sparkle) and thinner tips (Sakura Pigma brush, Faber Castell Art Design).
Framed designs from our Coloring & Doodling book look absolutely beautiful! Colour, doodle, tear out along the perforated edge and frame for a gorgeous picture! TIP! With a frame that fits 25X25 cm pictures, you can frame the entire design. With a smaller frame, you can trim the picture and show a smaller portion of the design.
Experience the delight of colouring with ProMarkers. The markers are alcohol-based and have two different tips. TIP! Preferably, place a sheet of protective paper underneath the design, because the ink may bleed through. ProMarkers can be purchased individually and as sets. Outlines are best drawn with Drawing Pens.
Colouring is a fantastic way to combine relaxation and creativity. We have several different colouring books for adults with plenty of beautiful designs. Here, you can see coloured pictures from a colouring book in which some of the designs have glitter. We have coloured with Spectrum Noir markers. Remember to place a protective sheet of paper under your work in order to prevent the ink from bleeding through to the next design. You can also cut out the design before you start colouring, but you should still place a sheet of newspaper or something similar underneath to protect the surface of the table when you colour with Spectrum Noir markers. TIP! When you are finished, you can frame the design in one of our lovely frames.
Summer's funnest craft - paint fabric sneakers! Let everyone in the family/friend group make their own pair. Inspiration is infectious when lots of people work together. Dashes, circles and other flourishes will take you a long way - anyone can do it! Our fabric pen sets are perfect; they don't need to be fixed in order to last. Simply let the ink dry and the shoes are ready.
Experience the joy of colouring with Spectrum Noir pens! Each pen has two tips: a narrow one for details and a broad one for colouring. See what works best for you and let your creativity flow!
You don't have to only have "real" art on the walls just because you're an adult. I think you should combine, play and make your own things. My latest picture craft involves old photographs I bought at a flea market and decorated with a stylish hat or a huge necklace. I also colour Panduro's colouring books and hang up the pages as pictures. We have a frame that fits the pages in the Garden Coloring book perfectly. The framed coloured pages look fabulous. You can also cut out designs and mount them in the frames. I think insects are lovely, and the colouring book has really pretty ones that you can colour and cut out. TIP! Sorting by colour is a fun way to unify a group of items that aren't really related otherwise. My favourite colours right now are blue and purple, and Panduro's furniture paint has really beautiful variants of these colours. It's super easy to give untreated frames and small pieces of furniture a new colour; all you need are a few strokes of a brush!
The picture wall is designed by Wanda, stylist at Panduro.
There is nothing more relaxing than colouring in a colouring book. The adult colouring books trend continues... Give it a go if you haven't already! Faber Castell Polychromos pencils are extremely high quality and light-fast. Frame your designs and hang them on the wall!
Paint porcelain mugs with a porcelain pen and make your own design. The best thing about the pen is that you can easily wash off the design and start over if it doesn't turn out well; then you can harden the porcelain in the oven. Here, we made stylish graphic patterns with a black porcelain pen. Remember to thoroughly wash, rinse and dry the porcelain and to not touch the surface to be decorated before you start painting. Harden in the oven at 160°C for 90 minutes.
Find harmony by colouring adult colouring books. Our own colouring books contain many beautiful designs that are also perfect for framing. Each sheet has a design on only one side and you can tear out the page on a perforated guideline. The wonderfully thick paper makes it easy to produce gorgeous results. Here, we chose to colour with Spectrum Noir markers. Remember to keep a sheet of protective paper on the back as you colour.
Colour and frame; these designs are so decorative, they can easily adorn any wall you like! Here, we chose designs from the colouring books Garden Coloring and Decorative Coloring. We painted the frames with Hobbylack diluted with water, making it more of a stain. The designs are coloured with ProMarkers and ordinary coloured pencils. Colour the entire design or just part of it. Remember to place a protective sheet behind the design if you are colouring with ProMarkers, which may bleed through to the next page. These colouring books in particular have designs on only one side of the page. A perforated edge makes the designs easy to tear out.
Make a variety of painted eggs and draw lovely patterns with Sharpie markers. Sharpies are easy to colour with and dry very quickly. We especially recommend the thinnest pen, Ultra Fine. To mount the hanger: Apply a dab of glue around the hole in the eggshell. Carefully apply the hanger by first moving the little metal hat down, so that the "legs" end up as close as possible (otherwise it will be hard to get them in the little hole without cracking the shell). Carefully stick the legs in the hole and simultaneously push back the hat.
Add a personal touch to your tablescape! With "Party Glass Markers" you can write guests' names on the glasses (not on the edge where you drink), the contents of the carafe, a greeting on the glass jar/bottle you want to give away and more. Afterwards, simply wash off the writing/decor with dish soap and water. The markers are only temporary and work on glass or glazed porcelain (both light and dark surfaces). They are sold in 2-packs, one gold and one silver.
Doodling is fun and can be done on almost everything. Everyone can doodle; there are no rules for how it should look. You can draw directly on eggs with Sharpie pens. You can colour designs if you like, but remember not to get too close to the black outline, which could cause it to smudge. Black eggs are easy to make with spray paint. Let dry and then colour with a thin, white Posca pen, which doesn't dry as quickly as the Sharpie pens. Be careful not to touch just-painted designs.
"Decorative Coloring" is a colouring book for adults with 38 fantastic designs! What makes this book so great is that it is single-sided: the design is only on one side of each page. The page can be torn out and the design can be framed! Colour the designs with ordinary coloured pencils, thin felt tip markers or ProMarkers (place a protective sheet under the paper if you use pens that will bleed through).
Make simple patterns with Posca pens; even a few dots drawn on look lovely. Find your own patterns - just go for it!
You can doodle on almost anything; just choose the right pen for the surface. You can use a variety of pens on canvas; here, we used Drawing Pens to be able to make really thin, beautiful patterns. You decide how you want your work to look; make a sketch on paper first, if you like. Tip! When drawing on canvas, do not use fast movements. Draw slowly to make sure the colour can come out of the pen.
Doodle patterns on porcelain mugs with a black pen; use a thin porcelain pen (1 mm). Draw whatever comes to you; it doesn't have to be anything special. Nothing is right or wrong when you doodle. Just don't forget to wash the mug well first. Then don't touch the surface to be painted! Harden the mug in the oven at 160°C for 90 minutes.
Discover how stimulating and relaxing it can be to colour! Use coloured pencils, thin-tip markers or markers like ProMarkers (always place a protective sheet behind the design because the colour will bleed through). The book contains 38 fantastic designs on extra thick paper. There is just one design per page, making each one perfect to frame and hang on the wall.
Doodling is the name of the scribbling technique in which you make pretty patterns. It is a liberating way to draw and everyone can do it. Here, we've doodled on regular stones with a permanent pen, like a Sharpie or Penol. Make rings, petals, dots and dashes in different areas. The perfect holiday hobby!
Reuse old tin cans for storage; they're perfect for pencils! Add a little paint and decor and they will look fabulous. First soak in water to make it easier to remove the paper. Here's what we've done: Paint part of the can with chalkboard paint (use masking tape if you like). Let dry, then attach a decorative piece of fabric tape under the edge. Then you can write which pencils will be stored in each can (write with chalk or Chalk Marker). If you want to change the text, just wipe it off with a damp cloth and write something new (sometimes Chalk Marker can be a little tough to remove).
Posca pens are incredibly useful; they are even visible on dark surfaces and work on just about anything! The paint is water-based, opaque and has a beautiful silk-matt finish. Here, we decorated round stones with paint. Start by drawing the outlines of the pattern with a thin black Posca pen and let dry. Then fill in the pattern with wonderful colours; we used thicker Posca pens for that process.
Everyone can doodle! The basic technique is easy. Use a drawing pen and start by dividing the surface into different fields. Then decorate each field with different patterns. You can doodle on everything - just choose your pen based on the surface.
With a pen, you can paint simple patterns in pretty colours! If you happen to make a mistake, just wash and start over. The paint will not be permanent until the mug has been hardened in the oven. Remember to make sure the surface is clean and free from grease before you start painting! Thoroughly scrub the porcelain mug before painting. The area where the silicone holder was (on this particular mug) may have flecks of grease. When you're done painting, let dry for 4 hours and then harden in the oven at 160°C for 90 minutes. Dishwasher safe.
Summer's holiday craft!? Create your own design and decorate your fabric shoes with fabric pens. First draw the design (i.e., a heart) lightly with a pencil, then colour it and colour the background if desired. Last, draw outlines with a thin black fabric pen.
You can use ProMarkers for many things, not just for drawing. Why not decorate a pair of cool fabric shoes? Simply colour, let dry, and you're done. No fixing required!
I love this glass and porcelain pen with a brush tip. It’s so easy to write with, and the soft tip allows you to create very fine lines. If you want a slightly heftier letter, just apply more pressure to the pen. This pen makes it easy to write on glass and porcelain!
I love to write and draw! If I had to choose a favourite pen, it would definitely be Posca, because it’s so incredibly useful. It’s permanent on porous (absorbent) surfaces and can be washed off smooth and hard (non-absorbent) surfaces, which makes it super practical. When you’re tired of it, just wash off the decoration and draw something new!
The Pilot Parallel Pen is an excellent pen that works for loads of different calligraphy styles and techniques. The great thing about this calligraphy pen is that it’s as sharp as a traditional dip pen, but it doesn’t have to be dipped in ink – although it can be. Instead, this pen has ink cartridges. The Pilot Parallel Pen comes in four sizes and lasts a long time.
Spectrum Noir comes in tons of colours and it’s perfect for making beautiful colour gradations. One tip is to work quickly, to allow the colours to flow together nicely. It’s important to remember that good results don’t depend only on the pens, but also on choosing the right paper. In this case, I recommend Neenah colouring paper.
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