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    craftysprinkles
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      Hi, ladies! I'm sharing some different ways to use the new Kaiserfusion markers on the blog today. Check it out, and then share any ways you use them here. 🙂

      http://swirlydoos.blogspot.com/2014/06/five-ways-to-use-kaiserfusion-markers.html

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      Krissy
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        Boy, the price is really good on those markers. I've got a fairly large collection of Copics that I use when I'm colouring in stamped images. I've also used them to colour bling as you showed, but I will have to give the flowers and the stenciling a try!

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          I agree Linda, the only difference seems to be price, and these are priced great!!!

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          craftysprinkles
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            The only major difference I have found between Copics and Kaiserfusions is that the Kaiserfusions are disposable and you can't replace the nibs. I don't know if the quality is the same,
            But the Kaiser ones are really nice. 🙂

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            Krissy
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              Great video Rae!

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              Will have to try them and add to the pen collection!!!lol

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                I can live with that difference Rae. I don't use my copics like I do my mists and stickles so no worries on nib replacement. I'd just as soon save some $$$

                Great video as always 🙂

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                  Thanks, ladies!

                  Paula, you are right- unless you are a diehard Copic user, the Kaiserfusions are wonderful. $8 for a marker is really high. I saw sets of 12 for $100- I am not talented enough to use those in a way where I would require that kind of quality. ;)

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