#ExpressYourself Elmer’s Painters Opaque Paint Markers & Projects

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Dear Creatives, I wanted to share some new products from Elmer’s & a project anyone can do with them! So first up the products & then the project (s) !

Elmer’s Opaque Paint Markers:

  • New $1.97 price at Walmart for single Painters Paint Markers
  • more selection and the new everyday low price of the single Painters Paint Markers
  • They come in sets in if you wish &  in colors such as : pretty pastels & sherbert swirl
    • Medium tip size
    • Fast drying
    • Non-toxic
    • Permanent
    • Acrylic paint
    • Easy to use
    • Acid free
    • Photo safe
    • Can be used on wood, glass, ceramic, foam board, plastic, card-stock and much more
    • Great for crafting
    • Perfect for personalizing
    • Mess free
I picked up a pack of the Elmer’s Painters Opaque Paint Markers, 5-Pack, Sherbet Swirl: Ocean, Lilac, Citron, Coral & Tangerine!
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I couldn’t help but, be inspired by all the colors & plants being offered right now for home & garden! I decided to do some projects that I will add to the garden patio & for my herb garden.




One of the places I looked for Elmer’s Painters Pens was the My Memories section of my Walmart store, but they weren’t there so it was off to the crafts section to find them! I could of bought them individually but, for my project decided on a 5-pack.



Before plain!
After using Elmer’s Painter’s, I still wanted that washed look so I didn’t go over it a second time.



After bright, beautiful! I see more of these little garden signs in my future!


Before lifeless, colorless mini planter.



I guess I could of sanded it first, but this happens to be the only side that was a little rough.


I did different designs so you can switch the look by moving the sides around.


This is the flower design I penciled in the rest is freehand. I think light  penciling in is best for getting a result you like.



These projects were easy, fun to do & I recommend you give Elmer’s Painters Pen a try I think you’ll love them as much as I do! So many uses for these pens honestly!


Have you used Elmer’s Painters Pens Yet? If so what did you do? If not what would you try with them ?


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    1. Thanks Mallery for stopping in & leaving me a note, along with a lovely comment!

    1. Thanks Connie! Super simple & fun. I’d like to get some larger ceramic pots, fabric & some glassware items to try next. Have a great weekend!

    1. Yes, just have to put a final seal coating on there & into the patio they go. Thanks for your visit!

    1. Thanks Maureen! Sorry I am just seeing this now your comment went to spam.Going to drop by to see what your up to!

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