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Old 08-01-2004, 05:49 AM   #1
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Default Aquapainter - Zig BrusH20?

I've seen these at J's - has anyone used them? Online I read that they come in 4 sizes, but J's has them in two - the detailer and the medium, I think. I really want to get the Aquapainters (are they backordered?), but I'm having my Open House on the 13th and I'm not placing my first order til after that, so I can take advantage of my 30% off my first hostess order (I'm the hostess! <g>).

I wouldn't want to demo them, of course, but would love to show what you can do with them and the what the results look like - how do you handle that??

Thanks for any help!

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Old 08-01-2004, 06:44 AM   #2
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You can get them at other stores ( art supply section). Maybe even near your local University. I don't know if that interests you. I have had three pens for over a year now. I bought from a local stamp and scrapbook store. I know Pat catans, and Michaels have them.

The water pens make a far more watered down look than other things before. You could also use it to assist in tearing paper. And from what I've read you can use it with cooking oil or future floor wax and pearl ex powders.
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