Pentel Arts Deco Outline Marker Pen - Violet Purple

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4.3 (4 reviews)
You must use uncoated card stock, cardboard, or other heavy, porous paper to get the best results with this pen. After you write, the ink separates to create a silver metallic inside outlined with a black, blue, green, pink or violet line (depending on what color pen you are using) on the outside. Interestingly enough, if you color in a larger area such as a square, the outline will always move to the perimeter of the object. Thus the inside of the square will be silver metallic but the outline of the square will have a colored line. Quite interesting ink technology!

These fiber tip pens are great for embellishing card stock, cardboard, notebook covers and more. Great for journal making and scrap booking!

Model NumberPENTEL MSP60-ZV
Weight0.4 ounces
Body Color Silver
Body Material Metal
Clippable No
Color Set No
Grip Color Silver
Grip Material Metal
Ink Characteristics Metallic
Ink Refillable No
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Silver, Violet
Tip Material Fiber

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I love this marker. It...
October 12, 2010
I love this marker. It is wonderful for labeling my binders. You do have to use thick paper such as cardstock, though, because otherwise the outline will not show up. This makes it wonderful for things such as place cards for dinner parties. These are my go-to markers for anything that needs a unique look.
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I Absolutely love this...
September 3, 2009
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I Absolutely love this Marker!
It is my favorite and will probably always be!
@coyoteclover it might be because you're supposed to
push the tip down before using
because i love this marker soo much that
im going to buy all the other colors
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Excellent product just...
February 23, 2015
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Excellent product just like I remembered when I was a kid
I don't like this thing,...
September 3, 2009
I don't like this thing, I can't get it to do what the Jet Pens crew can, I must not have the touch!