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My hubby ordered two iPad 2 covers. I made fabric covers for the original iPad but he gave me the spare one to alter. I used Zendoodles (also ...
I tested out a number of markers on the hidden hinge area to make sure they would not smear or bleed
The Sharpies are the best as the stroke marks show less. The Bic and the Uni markers give a deeper, richer black but the stroke marks are very ...
Copic markers (and I am guessing ProMarkers, but I didn't test those so do so before using them!) work well too. That opens up a whole world of ...
They smear. The Micron pens are lovely for paper but not on the iPad cover! The Sharpie pens for writing smear too. Note the package says "Won't Bleed ...
You can choose to treat each strip as a different area, as I did, or try treating the whole cover as one continuous area.
There are books that will give you pattern ideas. Plastic templates will help you draw crisp lines or patterns if you are a bit ham handed like me! ...
If you want to test out a pattern, you can lay a transparency over the area and doodle on that. That way you can test out your pattern ...
I hope you can see this. Note the difference in the matt black of the Sharpie and the glossy black of the Uni pen - and see the ...
If you don't fancy all that doodling, you can also use rubber stamps and Staz-on ink. Other inks may smear. Staz-on will not! Again, mask each section to ...
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