OMG by far the best 3d puffy pens ever!!! I purchased these about three months ago, and I can’t get enough of them! Once you try them you will not want to put them down. They are perfect for journaling or doodling. I use these on almost ever layout or project I create. The quality is FABULOUS, the pens write very smooth, dries fast, and the best part is that it adds dimension to your work! It is definitely worth the price you pay, plus you get so many colors in a pack! The only negative thing is that the colors dry lighter than what I’d expect and the black turns out like a grey, wish it was an actual black.
Once I`d tried and fallen in love with the glaze pens from Sakura, I had to try these as well, and just like the glaze set, these have become one of the best scrapbooking investments I`ve made - I use them constantly, they`re beautiful and versatile and work incredibly well with the glaze set to create different effects. These are opaque and dry lighter than the color you get from initial writing. Like the glaze pens, these smudge easily and have to be allowed to dry completely before you do anything else with the page or slide it into a protector.
I owned a white Souffle pen and used it until the ink was gone. I recently bought this 10 pack because I've been searching for pens that write well on dark colors because I like to doodle on my pages. I love how the Souffle looks after it's dried. The colors are bright and clear. I'm totally in love with my new pack of pens!
This is actually my 2nd set of these pens; I used the last set ALL up. These are great for so many things...I have used them to write on acrylic albums, black (or dark papers), doodle on LOs and photos, decorate plastic items (ie cell phones). I could go on and on, you NEED these pens.
These pens give brilliant coverage, solid and opaque. (Do not confuse them with Glaze pens, however, which are trasparent, but also slick surfaced and excellent as well.) These work on a large number of surfaces including plastic transparancies.
One of my favorite techniques: Stamp the clear plastic with a permanent ink, such as Staz-on, then color the "wrong" side of the picture. When done, flip it over and you'll find your work has a beautiful animation-cel quality.
These are more than a set of pens or markers. They're well worth the price and last longer than you would expect. These will always be a staple in my scrapbooking tool box.