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Martha Stewart Crafts Writing Pen, Sepia, .5mm

Martha Stewart Crafts Writing Pen, Sepia, .5mm
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Martha Stewart Crafts Writing Pen, Sepia, .5mm

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This writing pen features a fine .5mm tip that's perfect for both writing and drawing. Acid-free, archival-quality pigment ink makes it great for journaling, scrapbooking, card-making, and other paper crafts.

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  • Acid-free, archival-quality pigment ink

Product Details:
Product Length: 6.2 inches
Product Width: 0.3 inches
Product Height: 0.4 inches
Package Length: 5.9 inches
Package Width: 0.2 inches
Package Height: 0.2 inches
Package Weight: 0.05 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 3 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:4.5 ( 3 customer reviews )
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4Great Pen for Crafts  Feb 28, 2014
By Elaine Orgill
I use these pens for tracing embroidery designs onto fabric. They are really good because they do not leak or bleed onto
the fabric. They are a fine-line pen that is easy to embroider over. I really like these pens.

5Love how it writes...  May 15, 2013
By Robert Fantelli
Best writing pen I've ever used...Looks antique and classy at the same time..Can't find it in local stores any more it seems....

5LOVE these pens for crafting/scrapbooking  Jul 28, 2012
By Tee_NY
These pens are wonderful. I own several Black pens, and now a Sepia one. They write really well, with crisp lines. If you are writing on loose fiber paper, they do bleed a little if you use heavy pressure or leave the tip sitting on the paper in one spot for too long. On thicker and denser paper, the ink does not spread as much.

I love to use these on cards where I've stamped images. The Black pen is very dark, and so it tends to "match" my archival stamp inks really well. I highly recommend these pens for their quality and consistency.

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