I was clicking through the internet neighborhood the other day looking for some glitter pens…and quite by accident stumbled upon this post- “Guide to Metallic & Glitter Ink Pens and Markers” on JetPens.com. OH MY SPARKLY STARS- so much good information!
In this comprehensive post, they cover what is the difference between metallic and glitter inks, writing samples of a slew of different pens on white and black papers, and even color charts for the different brands.
If you have ANY questions about pens or markers, you really need to pay a visit to JetPens.com AND spend some time on their YouTube Channel. While there is a lot of information on fountain pens, there is also info and demos of notebooks, brush markers and pens, mechanical pencils, watercolor brushes, and even some scissors.
I’m going to go dive into the brush marker demos and see what information I can pick up!
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Thank you for pointing out this great article! I am diving in with you. I use pens in my Silhouette, and have really found that the glitteriest of pens is the one from Walmart (no name brand, and I’d really love to know who makes that line of pens). Worked much better than the more expensive InkJoy, which I got at the same time. It’s a good test because it drawn by machine with even pressure over a long, uninterrupted time. That is for writing, but for adding twinkle, that’s a different thing entirely. Can’t wait to learn.
barb macaskill says
I have bookmarked this page and am going to be checking it out tonight when I am doing my daily wind down for the night! Thanks for sharing it!
Thank you for puiblish your post for pen purpse.