Start by colouring in the wood slice with a base layer in your favourite colour. The broader edding 4000 would be best for this.
Here’s how to activate an edding matt paint marker before use: Shake the marker firmly with the cap still on. Place the nib on some scrap paper and slowly pump it up and down a few times until ink appears in the nib. Try out the marker first with a few test strokes. Remember to always replace the cap securely after use.
Let the ink dry for a short while, then add your sentiment or motif using the finer edding 4040. Glue a magnet onto each wooden disc with UHU Quick Set adhesive.
Products and materials
edding 4000 matt paint marker
edding 4040 matt paint marker
- Small wood slices (e.g. from a craft shop)
- Small magnets
- Two-part epoxy adhesive (e.g. UHU Epoxy Quick Set)
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