|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 0.5 x 7.8 inches|
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|Item model number||EMP20653|
|Style||Black And Clear (1)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Ranger Inkssentials Embossing Pens, 2-Pack, Black And Clear
|Price:||$5.79 & FREE Shipping|
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- Pens contain a specially formulated ink that stays wet on paper, providing the tack needed to attract and retain embossing powders until they are cured with heat
- Perfect for scrapbooking, rubber stamping, paper crafting, and even altered arts
- Contains (1) each: clear and black
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These fabulous pens contain a specially formulated ink that stays wet on paper, providing the tack needed to attract and retain embossing powders until they are cured with heat. These pens are perfect for scrapbooking, rubber stamping, paper crafting, and even altered arts! Great for resist inking and watermarks also. Contains (1) each: clear and black. Acid free; bullet tip. Made in USA.
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I purchased these pens when I first started dabbling in papercrafts about 8-9 months ago. Back then, I didn't realize that I needed an anti-static powder tool of some kind, so all of my attempts using these were a mess. A few days ago, I was clearing out some of my craft storage boxes and thought about tossing these pens, but they were still brand new & were not dry at all. I had a few panels of boring experiments that were sitting around, so I thought I've give these pens another shot & see if I can jazz up some of those panels. This time, I loved results. I'm attaching a picture of the first piece that I tried the pen on. It's a watercolored & dry-embossed henna design that was dull dull dull. After using the clear version of this pen to highlight a portion of the raised design & adding a bit of embossing powder to it, the piece was interesting enough to mount on a card - at least I thought it was! :)
I did notice that the ink in these pens dry a little more quickly than the ink pad seems to - possibly because the ink that you are laying down with the pen is a much thinner & finer layer. You'll have to stop and heat emboss in sections and powder again before you do another section, if you are doing more than a few words of text. The image that I included was done in 8-10 sections. I think the results can definitely be worth the effort. I've since gone to town with these pens, embossing all kinds of details (by the way, using this pen on the highlights of your Altenew flowers instead of using an embossing inkpad results in a crisper clearer image), and the pens have still not run dry, so they seem to last quite a while.
I've tried this technique using a glue pen in the past (e.g., Quickie Glue Roller Pen, Zig Squeeze & Roll, etc.), and they all work pretty well if I'm just wanting to do a small dot or a doodle or something; however, they were all a bit inconsistent and skipped or blobbed if I tried to draw a consistent line or wanted a consistent thickness. Since this embossing pen is a marker, I get a smoother and more consistent finish.
Also, it is much easier to fix mistakes or tweezer marks on a large embossed image with this pen than with an embossing ink pad.
I have been making cards that have my signature embossed. What a cool thing! I will be ordering more of these when these are used up. What a great invention!
I highly recommend this tool. My only worry is that in a dry, Colorado climate they may dry out faster than I can use them as the caps don't seem to be very tight on my pens.