These are the best pens ever. I was so sick of using the gel pens and they just wouldn't write - or they would then they wouldn't. The only thing I wish is that they came in a thinner size as well. They are a little thick to use for everything.
As a beginning crafter I found these markers to be very and for all the different kinds of paper you can use them on.
I would definitely recommend them to others with out any reserve.
aka Crafty Kathy
These are exactly what I was looking for. Just the right intensity to spruce up the cards I used them on. I am sure I will find many uses for these.
I am going to use these not just for scrapping but for my Christmas cards too. I am looking forward to doing this!!
I got these for the silver, but am finding more and more uses for the gold and copper markers. They're brush point, which can take a little getting used to. I store them flat in my pen drawer, which really seems to keep them fresh. I love how they ink on dark paper, even on glossy photos, and have even tried them with my stamps. I'm very happy with these and would definitely recommend them.
Used in this layout: Practice makes perfect
I have the gold and silver and they are the best marker pens I have ever used! They flow so well! I used mine to outline blac kchipboard letters...great effect!
I bought this set a few years ago. I've never had a problem with them drying out. I'm not a huge fan of the gold one but it's a nice color. I have completely used up 3 of the silver ones though. And the copper one was a nice touch to my autumn pages.
I have had mine awhile. THey still work great. I have keep mine stored laying down in a drawr. They look great on dark papers. Proper storage for all pens makes them last better.
Now, I did not purchase my set from scrapbook.com so perhaps they were "old" to begin with. However.....
They were purchased locally but I even tried 2 different stores. In the first set, one of the markers was cracked and therefore completely dried out so I returned the whole set. The second store only sold them individually, so I purchased the gold and copper. While they were fine at first, they still dried out much too quickly. I was so excited to see a metallic set of markers that included copper that I think it made the disappointment greater when the quality was not there.