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Old 07-30-2006, 07:47 AM   #1  
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Somewhere sometime on this board I remember someone who used a specialty pen to make dog noses look shiny. I think it may also have made them dimensional. Does anyone remember this thread? And what type of pen was used?

I want to pick one up when I go shopping this week and so far my shopping list says "dog nose pen". LOL

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Crystal effects would work for that...but I sort of remember a glossy gelly roll pen? Not positive about that though.
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You could always use a versamarker and black embossing powder. That would raise the area and make it black and shiny.
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I use a Sakura Black Glaze Gelly Roll pen for that - works great and dries fast. HTH!
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I do that to my doggy noses all the time! I use the Sakura Gell Roll Glaze pen in clear (the one with the pearly white cap). SU's Crystal Effects or CTMH's Liquid Glass do the same thing, though.
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