These products were sent for review purposes and all thoughts are my own
I’ve become a bigger stationery nerd than ever this year, thanks to my new-found love of lettering. I’ve tried and tested quite the range of pens (I’ll link them all up in one ultimate review post soon, much like my bullet journal rating system), and I like to keep an eye on the new releases.
I struggled early on in my lettering journey with finding out which pens are best for certain styles and which paper will stop tips fraying. I’ve tried these pens with my Clairefontaine dot grid notebook and my Art Creation sketchbook and have loved the results.
I can be quite heavy handed with brush pens, particularly on the down stroke, and these pens are so forgiving. In fact, I think they’re the easiest to work with so far; they’re so flexible and there’s no damage after an intense lettering sesh.
They’re available in 24 shades (including five in neon) at just £1.80 each – plus they’re currently on a 3 for 2 offer! I’ll definitely be adding some more colours to my collection.
Looking to get creative? The water-based ink makes them great for watercolour effects. And the tip is specially designed for newbies, so if you’re looking to start lettering but don’t want to spend a lot, these are fantastic.
Want to win some pens to try for yourself? I’ve got a sample pack to giveaway.
Terms and conditions: One winner will receive a pack of three pens. This giveaway will close at midnight on Wednesday 23 October. One winner will be selected at random and contacted directly – if they don’t respond within one week, a new winner will be selected. UK entries only.
Enter via the Gleam link below
Good luck and happy lettering!