Even though I bought these Slick Writers strictly for scrapbooking, I found that they have a multitude of uses! So I always order extras for the kitchen to mark dates of freezer bags, put our names on anything that a pen just won't do. They are awesome and I would highly recommend them.
I have used these in the past for sign in books for weddings. They work very well and dry quickly so the ink does not smudge and ruin the book. I would highly recommend them. They work very well on photo books.
These little guys are AMAZING. Pictures, transparencies, ghost shapes. They write on it all. AND DON'T SMEAR! I love them. Next to the precision pen, my FAVORITE pen!
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I purchased these pens for journaling on my scrapbook pages. They are wonderful to use. They write smoothly, never bleed, or smudge and the fact that I can choose the style I want to use, fine tip or bold is very helpful too. I love the pens and would definitely recommend them to anyone who does a lot of journaling.
I just started using my new pen and I'm in LoVe! It writes so slick, it is like butter. The ink is a strong black, lovely color.
The tip is not super thin, so keep that in mind, but it works perfect for my project life cards and layout journaling.
Great pens, but I don't understand why a 3-pack would cost more per pen than buying them individually. On sale, a 3-pack is $7 ($2.30 each) and the individual pens are $1.75 each when not on sale. Maths.
I have at least one in every color I have been able to find. I have used these for everything. They will write on everything I have tried. I even ended up using them in my daughter's baby book because it had shiny pages and everything else smeared. These are great pens. Everyone should have at least 3 or 4 in their stash.
I love to label things or write on plastic bags. Sharpie's are great, but they smear or are easily rubbed off. These Slick Writer pens are what I've been needing for so very long! They work tremendously well on non-pourous surfaces. I have had, so far, NO problems with the ink actually 'sticking'. I write, wait a few seconds (I like to be SURE ink won't smudge) and then .....voila.....ink stays PUT!!! No smearing, no smudging, no disappearing!! Love these pens and got an excellent deal, too!!! I will DEFINITELY be buying more !!!!!
I love these pens. I ordered 5, and hid 4 of them from my family. They are comparable to the other more expensive brands on the market. I like a pen I can write on photos, paper, vellum, and other mediums, and this one does it.
So far I havve been typing out all my journaling, because I don't have good penmanship. So I bought a very fine tipped marker by scrapbook to do my journaling with. So far I like the results.
Such a good pen - dries instantly and doesn't smudge at all! Writes nicely as well, I've been able to use it on every surface tried so far. Would definitely recommend :)
I received one in a prize pack from a challenge and it has been my favorite ever since. It wries so smoothly and is perfectly black.
I want to never run out of this!
The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is because I wish I didn't have to buy them in a 3 pack. That's fine for the initial purchase, but I use them up in different intervals, so it would be great to be able to get them singly.
I spent hours on the Internet looking for a pen with a fine tip, one that would permanently write on acetate, AND it had to work in my Cricut Explore Air without rigging it to fit. This pen performed top notch in all those categories. The ink dries quickly too so there's no danger of smearing the ink whether it's used on paper or on acetate.
Loves these Scrapbook.com pens. Wish I had discovered them sooner. Fluid writing, don't smear, and the other colors all show up on dark paper. Stock up!
This pen indeed does write on slick surfaces, such as glossy photos, and it dries as soon as something is written. However, it is listed as a fine point pen, but it is not. The ink line is too broad and the writing looks "muddy". One good thing is that the writing does not smear; you can touch it as soon as you finish writing. For these reasons I would recommend this product.
I gave it 3 stars because I didn't know what to give it because it's an excellent writing pen but it will bleed through even thick papges I got this pen and I have never written better in my life. I don't know why but it made my penmanship way better. I use to write good when I was a teenager but now I write crappy and I think it's from always typing now instead of writing but I got this pen and LOVED it. I was going to buy another, I bragged to my family and friends about it and then I looked back at what I wrote today and couldn't believe my eyes, it had leaked through to the next page in my Happy Planner.
So to sum it up, this is a VERY GOOD writing pen, it's consistent, the flow is great, it doesn't break up in the middle of a word like most pens but it will bleed through and I usually don't do reviews but I felt that I had an obligation to this one because it's suck a wonderful pen if it didn't bleed through. I'll still use it, just not on my planners. I love the way it writes and it's hard for me to find a pen that writes good so I started using mechanical pencils.
There is this item called a Smash Book and it is awesome, it is like a scrapbook already layed out for you, the picture are wonderful in it and it has accessories and the pen/glue stick that comes with it, is a very good pen too and it don't bleed through.
I bought three of these to include with a starter scrapbook kit for some new moms. It's a good thing I tested them before including them in the gift box. Two were completely dried out and one just barely works, and I threw it away also. Very disappointed in the quality of these pens branded as Scrapbook.com. Don't waste your money like I did.
I just received this pen and when I opened the cap, the pen tip was stuck inside the cap and I'm not able to get it out. I've tried getting it out but the only way would be to cut open the cap. So I just purchased this pen and was never able to use it. It's just a waste of money. At least it was cheap.... and now I know why.