Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens 3pc Set - Vintage Beach

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Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens 3pc Set - Vintage Beach
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  • Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens 3 pack called Vintage Beach
  • Add a touch of sparkle to your creations
  • Perfect for all things glitzy and sparkly
  • Please note, sample images use full range Spectrum Noir Sparkle colors
  • Add a touch of creative Sparkle with these fabulous glitter pens from Spectrum Noir. Available in a range of on-trend, seasonal colors containing fine glitter micro-pigment, and featuring a flexible nylon brush for accurate, mess-free application, these pens are perfect for coloring, writing, embellishing, accenting and more! There are 34 shimmering colors plus a 'Crystal Clear' glitter topcoat available for applying over existing colour.  Available across six themed three-piece color sets.

    This Spectrum Noir Sparkle 3 pack is called Vintage Beach and includes:

    • Sand Dune
    • Ocean Wave
    • Sea Breeze

    To use your Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens:

    • Remove lid and yellow seal then tighten barrel to break seal
    • Shake pen vigorously to mix glitter and ink
    • Gently squeeze the pen until ink moves into the clear chamber
    • Stop squeezing and brush onto scrap card until ink floods the bristles (can be encouraged with gentle squeezes if required)
    • Give a gentle shake (with the cap on) from time to time to keep ink and glitter well mixed
    • May need gentle squeezing if left unused for an extended period of time
    • DO NOT dip the Sparkle Pen into water as doing so will affect the formulation

    Ages 14+

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    Patricia Powell

    - 7/18/2016

    These markers give a nice sparkly shimmer to whatever paper they are used on. Of course they will influence the color unless you are using the clear ones. I tried mine on different colored paper like green and got some interesting effects. Try on a scrap or back of your paper to make sure you are getting the effect you want.
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