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T-Shirt Graffiti Pens
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- This set of eight permanent marker pens can be used to customise any fabric with whatever design can be drawn freehand.
- The markers work best on 100% cotton fabrics, but they are appropriate to use on so many things - trainers, bags, tablecloths or even bed linen.
- Once finished, the design can be fixed by ironing or simply left to dry and, after the initial first few washes in cold water, the customised clothing can be cared for as usual.
- Approximate Size; 9.7cm pens.
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High quality, permanent fabric markers in 8 bright, washable colours. Iron to fix.
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Top Customer Reviews
I drew Doctor Who stuff on a blank T Shirt and like the description, it does not wash out. Ever!
These pens are fantastic. You'll find friends will come up to you asking you to draw stuff on their handbags.
only one problem, there arent more colours.
They need a silver / metallic grey, flesh pink etc. All colours should be available, otherwise how can I finish drawing K9 or the Cloister Room?!
I tested them on cotton fabric and they are really easy to use - just apply as you would a felt pen on paper, then iron to fix. My test is the heart, which I drew freehand. Nothing could be easier. These pens would work just as well on a canvas bag or shoes and are great for quilters or other fabric crafters wanting to embellish.
When we tried the pens on t-shirts (not included), things were a little trickier, though 13 and 11 year-old boys had lots of fun with them and were very satisfied with the results. For best results, put something smooth and flat between the front and back to work on to ensure no colour goes through. Then ideally get someone to stretch the fabric with their fingers around the area being worked on, otherwise you won't get nice straight lines because the pen will pull the fabric as you draw. Another option would be to put something like a drawing board inside the t-shirt, stretch it and then tape or pin the excess fabric temporarily to the back. Of course, your kids may not mind the fabric pulling as they work - it depends how precise they want to be and maybe how old they are too.
I also bought Pentel fabric fun pastel dye sticks - in a pack of 15 assorted colours and they work really well with these pens because the graffiti pens create outlines that can then be filled in with the pastels.
Very pleased with this purchase and quick delivery too
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought these Graffiti Pens to write and draw on to newborn baby bibs at a friend's baby shower (the idea being that every party attendee had the opportunity to create their own... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wilbur HRC
Lovely bright pens that don't smudge or blend into one another great for t-shirtsPublished 3 months ago by Laura
Great and fun little present. The pens were fantastic and allowed for easy use. The Tshirt actually washed pretty well too. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James Rawson
Brought for daughters party to decorate tshirts but havent been used yet. My daughter seems very happy with them and is looking forward to doing tshirts with her friends.Published 3 months ago by nicki
Fantastic used these today for a baby shower and wrote in bibs. Only reason for 4 stars and not 5 is because the ink didn't cover perfectly but I personally think it was just the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by CoconutsLovesShopping