|Item Weight||5.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 3 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||37371PP|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||37371PP|
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Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers, Fine Point, Assorted Colors, 5 Count - Great for Rock Painting
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- Colorful ink is perfect for rock painting, creating scrapbooks, posters and window art
- Quick-drying oil-based ink resists fading, smearing and water
- High-contrast colors create opaque and glossy marks that stand out on dark, light and reflective surfaces
- Fine point lays down precise, highly visible lines
- Includes: Black, Red, White, Yellow and Blue Sharpie paint pens. Before use: Face tip upright, push against finger. Recap and shake. Press tip on surface several times
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Uncap the Creativity
When it comes to self-expression, nothing beats a Sharpie. Introduced in 1964, the world’s first pen-style permanent marker made its indelible mark on the world. Suddenly, paper wasn’t the only surface with a voice: Glass, wood, stone, plastic and metal all became a canvas. And that was just the beginning. Today, each new color and style sparks ideas, inspires creativity and makes life more fun for humans everywhere. So what are you waiting for? Grab a Sharpie and uncap your imagination.
Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Marker
Unleash your creative side
Create eye-catching opaque and glossy text and designs with the Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Marker, which works well on virtually any surface, including metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic, stone and more. The permanent oil-based paint is released by a valve for simple, fluid control, and the markers come in 4 tip sizes for versatility. The nontoxic formula is safe for use by children and adults, so you can work on art projects with your little ones.
- Oil-based ink resists water damage, abrasion and fading for a lasting impression
- Permanent, nontoxic formula writes on most surfaces, including metal and glass
- Valve-action design ensures smooth application
- Comes in 4 versatile tip sizes—extra fine, fine, medium and bold
Mix and Match
With up to 15 colors available (depending on brush size), you can mix and match your own palette to give life to your creative vision.
Choose from Four Brush Sizes
Create colorfully painted rocks, inspired scrapbooks and fun window designs in vivid color with Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers. Loaded with bright, quick-drying paint that has an opaque sheen, Sharpie paint pens are perfect for both school projects and the jobsite. The ink resists fading, water and abrasions, is removable from glass and designed to stand out on both light and dark surfaces. Each oil-based Sharpie marker has a fine point that creates clear yet precise marks to make your rock painting ideas come to life.
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I tested each color four ways: one on stone without a varnish finish (silver “test” on side with white flower); one on stone, applying finish over pen after it dried (silver, red, and gold “test” down center); one on top of a layer of acrylic paint, with finish over both after they dried (silver pen on blue acrylic); and one on top of finish (red and silver pen on left and right edge, first pic).
I found the best results came with using the paint pen on stone that already had a varnish finish. That way other paint on the stone is protected, and I can still use the paint pen without the color bleeding. My only concern is that the paint will chip/scrape or take UV damage this way - time will tell.
*the varnish I use is Krylon UV-resistant clear gloss acrylic coating in a spray can.
The pens themselves are very intuitive and easy to use. When first opening, shake them well. Depress the tip fully onto disposable paper on a hard surface. Note: this will require a moderate amount of force. Hold in the fully-depressed position for 2-3 seconds, then release. Repeat this process until felt tip has been *entirely* soaked by the ink--do not stop just because some ink begins making its way onto the paper!
Once that is finished, you will need to continuously take a few moments and depress the tip to allow some ink flow as you paint in order to regenerate the moisture in the felt.
When you are finished, do not forget to cap the pen tightly, as you will have a problem if the ink dries in the felt.
This product has also proven to work on stone (Granite, Marble), concrete, and masonary with equal vigor.
I hope you enjoy!
I've done this project before, but I used regular Sharpies. If you use regular Sharpies, the color doesn't come out right and eventually the color will wash away. Then, I actually did some research into why my project didn't work when so many blogs say it does. That's when I realized I needed these oil based Sharpie paint pens.
My 2.5 year old loved working with them. I loved that the color came out evenly and cleanly every time...no drying or spottiness. My daughter also discovered that if you put pressure on the tip, paint will pour out of the marker. She loved creating pools of paint, that we then moved into different designs by rotating the mug.
These paint pens didn't fade once we cooked the mugs--the color is vibrant.
I highly recommend these for mug projects--and any project really. They work on every surface we tried to put them on (painter's tape, laminated fabric). Great color and clean lines.