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Old 09-27-2006, 07:43 AM   #1  
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I have been using blender pens with my ww crayons and ink pads. I bought them at Michaels( I know that is probably the problem but)Do You need to get one for each color? Is there a way to clean the tip? Even if I use one for blues, I would need one for dark and one for light blues. It seems the darker color always shows back up when I am coloring......help
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I just scribble on a scrap piece ( after coloring ) until the color goes away. are you using the ink pads from micheals or the blender pens?
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You really need to scribble on a blank piece of paper until the scribbles run clear. Your blender pen may be stained--and that's okay--but the scribbles should be clear before you are able to dip into another color. HTH
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