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Get ready to fall in love with a pen so amazing and versatile, they just had to call it the Ultimate Pen! This intense-colored brush pen has a fine and flexible brush tip for creating amazing artwork, brush lettering, hand lettering, and pretty much all writing in general. Once you write your first stroke with it, you'll be instantly hooked!
Contents: One randomly chosen color of Ultimate Pen by Jane Davenport for Spellbinders (possible colors include Thriller Jacket red, Aquadisiac teal, Made in the Suede brown, and Daisy Dukes blue)
Features of the Jane Davenport Ultimate Pen:
Be an artist or just check items off your to-do list with a pen that's artistic and functional with gorgeous color and flow. Create smooth, detailed lines, add finishing touches to a project, or create unforgettable hand lettering phrases for all your planners, notebooks, and more!
What can you use your Ultimate Pen with?
Take our word for it - this Ultimate Pen was properly named. You won't be able to put it down. Check out all of Jane Davenport's Making Faces Collection for amazing products, tools, and more Ultimate Pens!
Number of pieces: 1
This is a great pen line to have in your stash. If you do lettering, I hear it works great for a brush letter look. I use it for creating custom card background when I'm looking for hand-drawn lines like plaid patterns or even just stripes, diamonds or any kind of repeating linear pattern.
This is a dreamy marker/pen that gives amazing detail! I've also used it for brush calligraphy and it bends well. Love it!
These pens are so smooth and slinky to use! Perfect for brush lettering, they are so light to hold and the flow of the ink is just right. Definitely recommend
Love how vibrant and smooth this pen is! It glides wonderfully on paper and you can get so much variation in the thickness of your strokes! I think this would be wonderful for brush lettering too!
It works great! I didn't read you only got one pen though. I thought I was going to get three. My mistake though.
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