Adding Glitter Shadow to Crayola Lettering = Super Fun Times!
If you follow me on Instagram at all, you know I love using the basic Crayola Broad Lines for lettering. I have a bunch of YouTube videos on how to play with these pens too! One of my faves is as watercolors. But here is one I worked on today: Glitter Shadow and Accents!
A couple of key things for this project are having the right tools for the fine glitter details. You need to find a very good fine tip glue applicator, or you can use the pen that I am using here. This pen is like a ball point pen, with just a little extra flow from the tip for the glue. It does dry quickly though, so you need to work in sections, apply glitter, keep adding glue, etc. What's fun about this pen is that it also works with applying foil accents. I do a post on that soon.
I am also using some pretty good quality fine glitter. If you don't have fine glitter, experiment first on a test page to make sure it sticks properly. I have had my supply of this glitter for awhile, and it does an awesome job with coverage.
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