These pens are great; you can use them on so many of your projects, not just paper crafts. They work really well on our transparencies (acetate). Sakura Glaze is the first pen of its kind to offer 3-D ink and glossy, vibrant colours. The (3-D) ink leaves a raised ink line for writing you can feel. Make DIY craft projects stand out with handwritten lettering that expresses emotion and adds texture.
These special pens can write on non-porous surfaces such as plastics, coated papers, acetate, vellums and glass. For a beautiful stained glass effect, use on translucent and transparent surfaces and hang in the window. Glaze ink also resists water and can achieve the look of batik. Make secret messages by writing with clear, then sponge on color to reveal the writing or drawing. Accenting rubberstamped and paper craft projects with Glaze shiny colors and texture looks similar to heat embossing or professional printing without the extra fuss. Write slowly so the ink flows out thickly and allow time to dry completely about 10 minutes.
Here are some of the manufacturer’s thought on their product: Most inks slide and run off smooth surfaces; Glaze clings to most non-porous materials. Want to write or decorate on a CD? Glaze works great. While Glaze requires a longer drying time than most pens, it works well for the patient crafter on non-porous surfaces like iridescent Mylar®. Wedding invitations, gift cards, handmade stationery, altered books – besides providing tactile sensation, Glaze’s texture gives your projects emotional depth as well. True writing you can feel! Write or draw with Clear Glaze – then reveal birthday wishes or other secret messages by sponging colour over the surface. Water-resistant Glaze acts like a “resist” to create the look of batik. Let your creativity and imagination discover the many dimensions of Glaze. Glaze colours come out bright, glossy and iridescent and will brighten up any craft, rubberstamping or paper craft project. These are just a few of the possibilities for the use of Glaze.