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Slick Writers are a marker with a permanent ink that work on a variety of materials that are often difficult to write on (such as metal, vellum, stickers).  They are acid free and permanent on porous surfaces. These amazing pens dry quickly and permanently on glossy surfaces. With virtually no smearing or drying time involved, they are an absolute treat to use!  No special instructions are needed.  If you can write with a pencil, you can use a Slick Writer!

Slick writers can be used on a wide variety of surfaces.  Here are just a few:

  • buttons
  •  brads
  • cured clay
  • shrink plastic
  • glass
  • cd’s
  • plastic
  • photos

You can also get creative and create your own transparencies, like I did on this layout (see the journal box?) 
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It’s quick and easy!  Here’s how I did it:

1. Print an image (such as a flourish or doodle) onto regular printer paper.

2. Place a transparency or acetate sheet over top.

3. Trace over the image with the Slick Writer.

4. Cut out and adhere (using a clear adhesive such as Scrappy Glue) to your creation.

Tip: Slick Writers work great for journaling on photos!  That’s a lot easier than using a photo editing program, now isn’t it?

You will be sure to be reaching for your Slick Writer regularly since you can write on almost anything with it. Share with us your creations at the Scrapbooker’s Club House Gallery! 

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Comments on: "Supply Salute: Slick Writers!" (2)

  1. Beautiful LO and super technique Nicole!

    I love my Slick Writers, I think I have EVERY colour- navy and chestnut are my faves…. and black of course. TY for the info on this great tool.

  2. You are SO smart about the flourish!!! Great tip! I should get some more colours of these too.

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