Calling all scrapbookers, journalers, planners, and everyone else that uses pens - this is the dynamic duo you've been searching for. One perfect journaling pen for writing on paper surfaces and one slick writer for practically any other surface. These two pens will be your new go-to pair for all your writing needs.
Wonderful features of the Exclusive Journaling Pen:
Write out some important notes and reminders in your Bible without fear or worry that the ink from your Journaling Pen will bleed through the pages. If you're making a handmade card, this is the perfect tool to sign a nice handwritten message that won't smudge or smear on your card. It makes a great travel companion for those who plan or use a traveler's notebook since the cap remains tight when not in use. It's even great for study notecards and grocery lists!
What Can You Write on with the Scrapbook.com Slick Writer?
The Slick Writer is one of those magical pens that works on so many surfaces. The number of uses for this type of pen will both surprise and amaze you. It stays put on glass, shiny plastic, ribbon, and transparencies and it stays perfect and smudge-free. This is a must-have writing tool for an avid crafter.
These two pens are about to be your two favorite writing utensils. Check out the entire line of exclusive pens you can only get at Scrapbook.com.
Number of pieces: 2
The slick writer I had to throw away as soon as I opened it as it was completely dried out. And the journaling pen worked well for about a month and now is almost completely dried. I have tried storing it in various ways can't seem to get it back to life again. It wrote well when I could use it it doesn't last long.
I outlined a few tiny balloons and the ink stopped flowing. i bought 3 sets and they just dont have enough ink or the tip is faulty
I'm keen on drawing, writing and doodling all the time. These two have been very long lasting and I like how quickly they dry!
Used in this project: Storyteller Mini Album
The black pen has such a wonderful thin tip that I can use it to sign the backs of my cards where space is limited. And sometimes you need a white pen on the dark cards. However, the white pen was dry and could not be used.
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