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It's the NO FUSS AIRBRUSH! You can Turn ANY Marker you already own into an airbrush!!
No batteries required; no messy setup and cleanup; to change the color, just change the marker pen! With the hand-powered spritzer, you create fantastic designs right out of the box. Great for scrapbooking, card-making, rubber stamping and general paper crafts. Experience the art of airbrushing, made easy.
How does it work?
Insert a maker into the Color Spritzer and "squeeze" the bulb. The air from the bulb literally "blasts" the ink off the tip of the marker, creating AIRMAZING airbrush effects! The ink comes out in a fine mist, so it dries almost instantly and doesn't hurt your marker pens.
What do I get?
PERFECT AIRBRUSH DELUXE SET (Color Spritzer) includes:
NOTE: Can be used on fabric, but only with pens that are suitable for fabric
Can also be used on FOOD!! But only with food dye pens suitable for food.
* Works with Most markers pens however, markers widely vary in size and shape. The color spritzer works best with pens with diametres then 1.5cm or 1 5/8 inches.
Sorry, does not work with Spectrum Noir pens due to it's size and shape
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Posted by Vincent Aiello on 27th Oct 2014
I just love the perfect airbrush it's easy to use once you get the hang of it. it's a great tool to have when you want to spritz a little or a lot depending on what you do.
It's an amazing tool I use most of my bic markers, colored pens even a high lighter to add high light around embellishments. you don't need those expensive air brushes this does the trick.
Posted by Bobbie on 3rd May 2014
I love this tool. It is so simple and easy to use.
Posted by Lynne Dosch on 18th Mar 2014
I think this new tool is great but like anything new it takes some practice. Haven't been able to achieve the desired technique yet seems an though it does not blow enough air to get the ink to the paper but I will not give up. Maybe my markers are a little dried out. I am a card maker & will love the look it gives on my cards.
Posted by Sarah on 11th Feb 2014
I know I'm showing my age but I bought one of these 20 years ago at a market in England. I bought it for the children but ended up keeping it myself. I used it for stenciling t'shirts, walls, cakes (with icing pens) as well as just paper craft projects. I had it for many years but when I moved to the US 9 years ago it got lost and I've tried to replace it for years without any joy. Chidrens' marker brands have bought out alternatives but always ones that need 'their own' brand marker. No this can't be used with EVERY marker pen, especially high end art pens who want you to only use their overly priced versions but most normal sized marker pens work and I've successfully used Copic markers. If the pen fits in the holder then usually with some tweeking, i.e. moving the pen up or down or loosening or tightening the screw will get it to work
Posted by Dixie Blasberg on 7th Feb 2014
OK, I a BIG Tim Holtz fan & can't wait to snatch up his new products. This January he came out with a "spritzer" that looked really good but wasn't available for several weeks yet. I NEEDED that spritzer! Guess what? It's practically identical to the air brush I bought here & I do love it. And I got it in just 3 days instead of several weeks. Sorry, Tim, you snooze, you lose.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Feb 2014
I was excited to receive this product but disappointed overall. The info says use with almost any marker but very few work with it. It is also difficult to use with arthritic hands
Posted by judy on 28th Jan 2014
I tried it with some of my markers and could barely see the ink on the card!Plus the fact that my Spectrum Noir pens won't work in it. I'll keep playing with it but it isn't the product I thought it would be.
Posted by Diane on 26th Jan 2014
Just got the airbrush last night and pulled out my markers. I have a ton of markers and the first 10 I pulled out did not work with the airbrush. It wasn't that it didn't fit, it just would not blow the paint out. After trying may markers, it appears that the cheap markers are the best to use AND they need to be relatively new. I am wondering how quickly the airbrush will use up the paint in the marker...? Am going to buy some new, cheap markers and experiment.
Posted by magdala vazquez on 9th Dec 2013
me gusto mucho y es un producto muy original y necesario para el dibujo
Posted by Unknown on 6th Nov 2013
very pleased with the airbrush and with the service.
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