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Old 09-22-2006, 04:40 PM   #1  
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Default OMGosh - I love blender pens!

Ok, I've been reluctant to purchase blender pens as I already had the Aquabrushes and didn't see the point in having two similar products. I use the Aquabrushes to lift ink of the lid and watercolor my images. I also have the Stampin' Pastels but was disappointed when using the Aquabrushes with them as the color was so weak.

Now that my demo kit just arrived and I watched the Getting Started DVD's blender pen demo, I've been giving these blender pens a whirl with my Stampin' Pastels and I LOVE them Now I get why the pastels are so popular but you NEED to have the blender pens to get the full benefit.

If you don't have blender pens yet, get them!
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I love them too!! I kept struggling with ways to use Pearl Ex w/ out getting Pearl Ex all over everything. Guess what saved me? Yep, blender pens!
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They are also great to use with your ink pads. Just gently squish the lid of the pad in a few times then open it up. You will have some ink gathered in the lid. Just pick it up with your blender pen and color away. I love mine too.
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Oh yes, I almost forgot. Welcome to Stampin' Up! Don't forget to sign up for the demo side of SCS. You will find tons of helpful information, templates, advice and encouragement. See you over there.
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I have one on the way...I split a pack with a couple of girls...but I know I will have more soon... they are fun...
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I use Blender pens with ink, aquacrayons, watercolor pencils, Perfect Pearls, chalk pencils, chalks. Yep, just about anything. Couldn't live without 'em! They're the greatest!!!!
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A time saving tip: If your Doves get dry, just take the cap off and stand them upright in the bottle of refill with the tip down. About 10 minutes later take it out and wipe off the plastic barrel and you have a pen that will go miles before it gets dry again. It just wicks it right up so well! I could not live without mine! You can also cut the tips back into points again, but replacement tips are so very cheap that I rarely bother with that.
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Blender pens are wonderful. I've sold many sets! I use them the most with my colored pencils. Happy Stampin!
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I started out with using a Blender pen. They are awesome!

I also now use the Aqua Ninja brush. now that I have learn the control part of it.

they both work great for many different techs.

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How do you use the blender pens with Perfect Pearls?
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i love my blender pens... I use them with chalks, inks ( and reinkers) , pencils, the watercolor crayons, I love them
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Raedeen--just dip it in and go!
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YOU CAN USE BLENDERS WITH PEARL EX??? Sorry to shout, but honesty never thought of it. I must try that today!
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To be honest, I've never done it with my Pearl Ex--only with my Perfect Pearls. PE seems a bit heavier than PP so I'm not sure how it would work. Maybe the same? Maybe not? Let us know!!! Maybe I'll have to try it just for fun. I've got more colors of PP than PE....
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Well today I FOUND my long lost H20 paint pot's. (now I need to find my aqua pen)..
GRRRRRR..........


And I thought I would try sometime new. ---Well as least for me anyway---.

I took a older Blender pen and put in the H20 pot and started getting some of the paint on the brush,
I used a scrap piece of paper to see what it would look like. And Wow! it looks cool.

So I finished my stamped image with it. I hope to upload it on Monday or Tuesday of Next week
Sept 25th 0r 26th 06
It's nice cause you can control how heavy of color you want or how light you want.

Well I'm off to the basement to play again..

I really need to get some stamping done. Or my name will be MUDD!!!
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BubbleQueen, What refil are you talking about? Where do you get it? Also where do you get replacement tips?
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A time saving tip: If your Doves get dry, just take the cap off and stand them upright in the bottle of refill with the tip down. About 10 minutes later take it out and wipe off the plastic barrel and you have a pen that will go miles before it gets dry again. It just wicks it right up so well! I could not live without mine! You can also cut the tips back into points again, but replacement tips are so very cheap that I rarely bother with that.
Great Tip! Thank you BubbleQueen50.. I've always poured mine in at the top and always ended up spilling half of it! Love your tip!
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Don't you love blender pens - I do so much with them - they are still my blender of choice. I tried the aquapainters - and I love them too - but not like I love the blender pen!
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My question about Su Blender Pens. Don't they eventually dry up, compared to aquapainters which we can refill? LM
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After readin this thread I decided that I definitely like blender pens the most. I also have aquapainters and they bite. It seems like I can't control how much water coming out of the tip. Blender pens, I love! I just dabbed the blender pen on the cap part of watercolor wonder crayon. Awesome, freaking awesome! I love the watercolor wonder crayon so much that I just ordered Lyra watercolor crayons! Good deal on jerry artrama website. $49.95 after massive shipping charge ($11.95). Can't beat that. It was for set of 48 crayons. Watercolor crayons and blender pens.....AWESOME!!! Sooo easy to combine colors and everything.
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A time saving tip: If your Doves get dry, just take the cap off and stand them upright in the bottle of refill with the tip down. About 10 minutes later take it out and wipe off the plastic barrel and you have a pen that will go miles before it gets dry again. It just wicks it right up so well! I could not live without mine! You can also cut the tips back into points again, but replacement tips are so very cheap that I rarely bother with that.
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"Doves"= short for "Dove Blender" You can get Dove Blender refill fluid and Dove tips. These are different from the Tombow kind and EK Success kind that aren't reuseable. I'm not sure what SU are like....

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My question about Su Blender Pens. Don't they eventually dry up, compared to aquapainters which we can refill? LM
I am Bumping this, because I would really like an answer to my question above. LM
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I love them too! I really like my aqua painter too, but they just seem a little too wet. Blender pens are a little more versatile I think.
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Hi. leanerme! Yes, blender pens do dry up. But they do last for a long time. They dry up faster using them with SU's pastels/chalks.

I found dove refill in a local stamp/sbook store. I personally don't like to refill my pens - too messy and just doesn't last too long.

If my tips are still good on the blender pens, I will just pour a tiny bit of refill into the cap, dip my blender pen into the refill and then color away (inks, markers, watercolor pencils, pastels, etc.).

I like the aqua painters, but the blender pen is my favorite. Less water, more control, more "blending."

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If your aqua pens are letting to much water flow just cut a tiny it of sponge and insert it in the barrel on the brush end. It controls the flow!
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Well today I FOUND my long lost H20 paint pot's. (now I need to find my aqua pen)..
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And I thought I would try sometime new. ---Well as least for me anyway---.

I took a older Blender pen and put in the H20 pot and started getting some of the paint on the brush,
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So I finished my stamped image with it. I hope to upload it on Monday or Tuesday of Next week
Sept 25th 0r 26th 06
It's nice cause you can control how heavy of color you want or how light you want.

Well I'm off to the basement to play again..

I really need to get some stamping done. Or my name will be MUDD!!!

Here is the New card I used with my Blender pen and Twinkling H20
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After readin this thread I decided that I definitely like blender pens the most. I also have aquapainters and they bite. It seems like I can't control how much water coming out of the tip. Blender pens, I love! I just dabbed the blender pen on the cap part of watercolor wonder crayon. Awesome, freaking awesome! I love the watercolor wonder crayon so much that I just ordered Lyra watercolor crayons! Good deal on jerry artrama website. $49.95 after massive shipping charge ($11.95). Can't beat that. It was for set of 48 crayons. Watercolor crayons and blender pens.....AWESOME!!! Sooo easy to combine colors and everything.


If you purchase a NIJI WATER BRUSH you will love using the Aqua brush much better.

I started out with using just a Aqua painter brush. And I "HATED" IT!!!!!

But since I have found the Niji Water brush. I have been Super Happy!!!!


It let you control how much water comes out of the brush!
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Kathy...THANKS! Yes, that did answer my question. Thank you too, for the tip regarding using the Dove refiill in a cap and dipping the dry SU blender pen in. LM

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Hi. leanerme! Yes, blender pens do dry up. But they do last for a long time. They dry up faster using them with SU's pastels/chalks.

I found dove refill in a local stamp/sbook store. I personally don't like to refill my pens - too messy and just doesn't last too long.

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I like the aqua painters, but the blender pen is my favorite. Less water, more control, more "blending."

Any more questions?

Hope this helps.
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