So, my point here is that if I hear of something, I might give it a try. This time, I found myself in the cosmetics aisle at Walgreen's after hearing about a Nail Art Pen. It comes in several colors including white and metallics. It has a fine point. You can easily wipe it off and start over before it dries, yet it dries fairly quickly. And I figured if it is designed to make marks on nail polish, it surely would work on acrylic pages or other art pages. The big drawback is the price - $7.99 (I found one at Kroger for $7.95. I'll check Walmart next as they also carry Sally Hansen products). I debated and pondered, bit my lip and forked out $8.
But on any slick or glossy surfaces, it is a dream. I tried it on metal, acetate, vellum, magazine pages, vinyl, and photos. (And just for fun, I did try it on my fingernail. If I had some black nail polish, I would have painted my fingernails black, then added white dots like dominoes! But I don't.) I'm thinking acetate journal pages like the one below. It has some possibilities!