A great white pen! I have tried many others--Sakura, Signo, etc. And this is the only one that I can get to work for me. Since it is a marker, it always works for me and you don't have to worry about the gel from other pens which doesn't work for me at all. The only thing is that it goes on clear right away, but as it dries it appears and I absolutely love it.
Used in this project: [Grin]
When I first started using this on a black piece of card stock, it didn't flow well, but after a couple of words on scratch paper, it started to flow and covered well. It looks like chalk which is the look I was going for. I recommend it.
i love this pen. i have been using them since 2003. i use it for everything from doodling, tracing, and outlining. it is really useful for the ghost look. you can write with it once and it wont be so dark then you trace over it again and its a little brighter! i use it allot of times to make doodles on plain jane paper. it makes the layouts pop and brings attention to areas that might not get that much if it wasnt on there. i always buy these and i run out so fast because most of my layouts have it on there somewhere from dots to lines on colored paper! i also found it kinda 3-D when i retrace over it a couple times! i love using it on flowers. its a great pen and its been around for sometime!
Used in this project: bday boy
I ordered this Pen From sb.com and couldn't wait to get it! When i finally did get it i tried to use it But it was dried up! Well i thought maybe it was just that pen so i found one at a local craft store, i bought it got it home and played with it and i love it, at first! I went back last night to use it on my page i was working on and it had dried up too! I was very disappointed that i had two of the same pen and the same thing happend both times! If there is a secret to keep them from drying up i'd be much happier, becasue i was happy with how it worked when i first used it! But if your looking for somthing more reliable i would not reccomend this product!
Used in this project: THe Rehearsal!
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