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Stationery porn: Pentel Touch Brush Sign pens

I’ve worked with Cult Pens but bought these myself

Have I mentioned how much I’m loving Instagram at the moment? There’s a rather lovely community of lettering nerds who are so encouraging and inspiring. There’s a great Facebook group for fans of Simply Lettering too, so I’m picking up loads of awesome recommendations for new products to try. I’d had my eye on the Pentel Touch for a while and finally bought some from Cult Pens last month.

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

I’ve tried them with a few of my Simply Lettering practice sheets and I took them for a test run in my October bullet journal spreads.

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

Because the nibs are smaller than the Tombow, Staedtler, and Zebra brush pens, they’re a bit easier for me to handle while I’m still learning.

I’ve loved blending the colours for some autumnal content.

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

I’ve also been taking part in a #RockYourLettering challenge on Instagram this month, and have been exploring new ways to letter.

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

I’ve certainly felt my happiest creatively this month and I think this is thanks in large part to these pens (nerd alert!).

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

Pentel Touch Brush Sign Pen review

Have you tried them yet? What are your favourite lettering pens?

Buy 12 pens for £21.45 or individual pens are currently on a 3 for 2 offer at Cult Pens.

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