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Old 07-12-2006, 09:38 AM   #1  
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I just used this air gun last night for the first time,and was wondering for anyon ewho mioght have it.are markers the only way to use this air gun.or can you use other products for this.I am looking for other ways of uses for this tool other than the 1.
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Old 07-12-2006, 09:42 AM   #2  
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I have only used my with markers. I bought it before SU retired it some years ago. I could not think of any other way to use but would also be curious if there are any..
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I wouldn't imagine there is any other way....unless there is a resevoir to put ink or something in? Like an airbrush thingie?
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put the krylon pen in it....
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Ooh. Could be pretty in hands other than mine. I would only be able to make a big, painty, permanent mess. Could you use it on an aquapainter?
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I have the old one. To get different effects hold it nearer and farther away from the paper.
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I keep meaning to put my Versamarker in there and see if it will spray the versamark and then I could emboss the little dots ...... Perhaps I should just DO that instead of writing about it!
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WOOHOO! It works! I embossed with gold. It looks like pixie dust dancing across the page! I LOVE this!!!!
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Heh ..... just tried it with the two-way glue pen. You can't insert it into the holder because it's too big, but what I did was just put the glue pen down on the table then I held the spritzer at the same angle, and it spritzed little glue dots across the page. Then I added glitter. Pretty!!!!
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My daughters bought a blender pen kit at a county fair last month and it came with a spritzer tool just like the SU one. The guy suggested to them that they could put sharpies in it to be able to spritz fabric or other things that they want to be permanent. I thought that was a cool idea.
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Hey cool ideas!
Is this new tool the same as the old one? Anyone know?
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This one is kinda odd and probably not a unique result to using the spritzer, but I stamped an image in versamark, loaded up a q-tip/applicator with chalk, and then spritzed it over the image. Very soft and subtle version of popping pastels, I guess! You can change how much color you lay down by changing the angle of the spritzer against the q-tip/applicator.

But like I said, this looks like it could be replicated without the spritzer. Oh well! I'm having fun with it!
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My daughters bought a blender pen kit at a county fair last month and it came with a spritzer tool just like the SU one. The guy suggested to them that they could put sharpies in it to be able to spritz fabric or other things that they want to be permanent. I thought that was a cool idea.
My kids have BEGGED me to buy the Sharpies version for them. There's no way I would let them be spritzin' PERMANENT ink all over the place! :lol

But I suppose you could load up a blender pen with craft ink and heat-set it onto fabric, couldn't you?
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The Aqua Painter works, too. But you have to take the insert out of the pen-holder section. (Just undo the screw all the way, pull out the inner tube, and you've got a larger tube to hold something as big as the AquaPainter.)

Nice effects with this ... not as "harsh" as with the markers, of course.
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Heh ..... just tried it with the two-way glue pen. You can't insert it into the holder because it's too big, but what I did was just put the glue pen down on the table then I held the spritzer at the same angle, and it spritzed little glue dots across the page. Then I added glitter. Pretty!!!!
Thank you prairiestamper I love that idea!!!!!
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