Any label residue can be quickly and cleanly removed from glass using the edding 8180 label removal marker. Before painting the vase, get rid of any dust. We’ve used three different gloss paint markers for painting: the edding 750 with a broad nib, the edding 751 with a medium nib and the edding 780 gloss paint marker with a fine nib. Choose your favourite colours.
Before starting your design, active the gloss paint markers as follows: shake the marker vigorously with the cap still on, remove the cap and pump the marker up and down a few times on a piece of absorbent paper until ink appears in the tip. Once activated, you can use the gold-coloured marker to draw thick dots on the vase, for example.
In this photo, you can see the detailed design once more. Simply let your imagination run wild by decorating and painting whatever you fancy. After using the marker, always make sure the cap is put back on properly and remember to store horizontally.
The edding 780 gloss paint marker has an extra-fine nib which is perfect for really decorative and delicate patterns. We used the line art technique for the motif in the photo, i.e. the entire design was created using just one line from beginning to end. Give it a try!
For the victory sign, first draw the outline of the hand with the black edding 780 before leaving the design to dry for a short while. Next, colour in the hand using the edding 751 in pastel pink.
Products and materials
- Vases or other glass containers
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