Not every crafter works with glass or ceramic on a regular basis. But if you’re thinking about tackling a project in art class that includes drawing on either of those mediums, you know that you’ll need to provide your students with markers that will show up properly on them and won’t fade or wipe away a few seconds later.
We like that this marker set includes bold hues, pastels and even extra black and white markers. You’ll appreciate the consistent flow and the sturdy tip, which helps you draw on ceramic, glass, wood and even rock.
This fabric-compatible acrylic marker set is a smaller option but boasts 12 essential colors. We like that you get two metallic hues and an extra-fine tip for enhanced precision.
These markers are acid-free and promise to dry quickly. The fine tip creates lines that measure just 1 millimeter in width. You’ll also like all the pastel hues in this set.
These crafting markers are best for younger artists and are ideal for scrapbooking, drawing or creating holiday decorations on a variety of surfaces.
This 32-piece set of markers are acid-free, quick-drying and erasable. You’ll also like the consistent paint flow.
These paint markers are dreamy and brilliant in color. They are multi-surface so you and your students can paint on glass, cardboard, ceramics and other delicate surfaces. They glide on surfaces and turn out beautifully against the surfaces. Look no further as these are the best options out there!
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