Brush pens are oftentimes the secret behind beautiful script. They're used for everything from writing calligraphy and Chinese characters to creating art. If you can find the right one, a brush pen is more than a tool -- it's an extension of your writing hand.
Though it takes a certain amount of practice and control to use a brush pen, you don't have to be a serious artist or calligrapher to enjoy its virtues. But with more than 40 product lines on our website, we want to help you find the best brush pen for writing script. Click on the images below for a larger view.
White ink creates unique contrast on dark colored surfaces, making it a valuable tool in the pen case of any artist, scrapbooker, cartoonist, or designer. We carry a large selection of white ink products for all types of applications, and have created this guide to help you navigate through our white wonderland.
Read on to learn more about white ink and find the ideal tool for your project!
Within the broad category of office supplies, scissors are the unsung heroes. They give order to the piles of cardstock, fabric, and tape from our projects. They're there for us when we need to cut off the tags from our new sweater. Whether you use your scissors for detailed craft work or just to get letters and packages open, a dependable pair of scissors is a must-have in every house and office.
Not all scissors are made equal. After testing all the different types that we carry on everything from paper to plastic tags to fabric, we're excited to show you these hand-picked scissors that are a cut above the rest. You can click on any of the pictures below for a larger view.
There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing a piece of paper marked up with fluorescent ink. It signifies knowledge, organization, and rigorous thinking. It also doesn’t hurt that we’re obsessed with all the bright colors.
Everyone should have a good highlighter in their pencil case, but it can be intimidating to dig through all the choices we offer. To remedy that, we lived, breathed, and bled neon ink as we strove to find the best highlighters for a range of books and paper.
We all have memories of our elementary school days, using gummy pink erasers--that rubbery smell that lingered on our fingers for days, the inevitable pink smear and occasional hole in our math homework, and red faces from frantically blowing wads and wads of blackened pink residue.
Erasers have come a long way since then, especially with the advent of plastic erasers and the revamp of the formula in rubber erasers. How do erasers work exactly? Eraser molecules are “stickier” than paper molecules and thus are able to lift graphite (what pencil lead is made of) from the paper.
With hundreds of erasers on our website, we know the magic of a good eraser and we’re looking for more eraser converts! Whether you’re an eraser expert or not yet convinced that erasers warrant so much attention, this article will shed some light on why having a good eraser can change your life.