Angelus Paint Marker Set

Make your own paint markers!

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3 mm, 5 mm $6.99 5.85
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Create your own paint marker with these high quality refillable markers. Angelus Paint Markers come empty, ready to be filled with your color choice of colors of Angelus Acrylic Paint mixed with Angelus 2-Thin (1:1 ratio). They also work super well with thin fabric paints like Dye-na Flow and Setasilk. Other "make your own markers" only work with dyes. These markers feature a pump action valve which allows you to control the flow of paint.

This set comes in two sizes 3.0mm and 5.0 mm and each set includes the following:

Two empty markers
10 replacement tips
pipettes

Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)

Category: Arts & Entertainment > Hobbies & Creative Arts > Crafts & Hobbies > Fibercraft & Textile Arts > Textile Art Materials

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