Copic markers are tremendously popular with illustrators, designers, rubber stampers, and artists. These markers aren’t cheap, but they are actually a great value when you consider that they are refillable. Unlike other markers that dry out / run out of ink, you will be able to keep your Copic markers and reuse them forever. Due to this feature, many designers and illustrators who use markers consistently consider them to be a much better value than markers like Prismacolor, despite the higher price. You will find that they are fantastic for writing directly on your acrylic album, but they are also an amazing choice for coloring and blending on paper. Many markers and pens will ruin your paper if you use them too heavily or try to blend too many layers on top of each other; Copic markers will not. They are completely versatile. Rubber stampers use them for coloring in rubber stamped areas and for making greeting cards, scrapbooking layouts, and other paper crafts projects. Design industry professionals use them for so many things- mockups, sketches, presentations, fashion illustrations, etc. It is no wonder that these markers have such tremendous popularity!
American Crafts Slick Writers
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Sakura Pens & Markers
You can easily write on clear albums using these Sakura pens: 3-D Souffle Paint Pens, Gelly Roll Glaze Pens, Permapaque Opaque Paint Markers, Metallic Pen Touch Calligraphy Pens, Pen Touch Paint Markers, and Identi-pens.
Sharpie Permanent Markers and Sharpie Marker Sets
Sharpie Markers are a fantastic value because they are so versatile. You can buy them for your acrylic albums and crafts, but you’ll have to keep an eye on them; everyone else in the family is likely to find a use for them too. I use mine for clear albums, labeling CDs, addressing packages, labeling freezer bags in the kitchen, and a whole bunch of other stuff. My husband likes them too, so I have to keep tracking them down when they disappear into his backpack / desk/ area in the garage.
Gold Leaf Pens