If you’re not already in the coffee shop business, you may be tempted to start out painting the place with your own two hands.
However, you’re missing out on the chance to be creative and get to work on your designs.
The Swiss Coffee Paint Pen Pen is one of the most innovative and creative ways to decorate your own home, and it can really make you feel at home.
The Pen is made from stainless steel, and while it doesn’t come with a handle, it’s quite handy for those who like to hold it in their hands while painting.
The Pen is a Swiss-made product and is available for purchase on Etsy.com and at most of the local art supply stores, such as Crafty Craft.
The first batch of Pen was made in the city of Zurich, and the second batch will be made in Sichuan, China.
While there are plenty of options for decorating the bathroom with the Pen, it does have a unique twist.
Rather than using a paintbrush, it uses the Pen’s water-based ink to create a water-filled paint.
It’s the perfect combination for those of us who prefer to paint in water, but don’t have access to a bathroom sink or a pool.
How to make a Swiss Coffee Painting Pen in your own kitchenThe Pen comes in two different sizes.
The medium is roughly the same size as the medium-sized pen.
You can pick it up at any Swiss coffee store.
The large is a bit smaller, but still makes a great gift.
The smaller version comes with a paint brush, but you can also buy one from a craft supply store.
You’ll need a medium-size Swiss Coffee Pen and some water.
The brush itself is made of stainless steel and comes in a black or grey plastic case.
You want to get the brush to be as small as possible, so don’t worry if it’s a bit big for you.
Put the pen in your kitchen or bathroom, place it on a surface, and start painting.
After you’ve finished painting, wipe the Pen down with water and leave it to dry.
You don’t need to do anything for the Pen to dry, but it should take about five minutes.
Once it’s dry, you can add a little bit of water and start to add the ink to your designs by dipping your finger into the ink.
For a more detailed tutorial, check out our previous post on how to make the Pen.