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Special pens for writing Christmas cards?

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Piccolino2 Thu 19-Oct-17 16:16:22

Anyone have any recommendations? I’m looking for something either metallic, glittery, foil in red, green, gold (true gold not that yellowy gold) and silver (dark silver).

I used to get pilot ones years ago I think but haven’t seen them in Clinton’s for years and I had a quick search on Amazon that threw up some options but wonder if I’m missing a trick?

RustyRoller Thu 19-Oct-17 16:35:54

I use Sharpies gold, silver and bronze pens. They are a bit thicker than normal pens but I like them smile

Piccolino2 Thu 19-Oct-17 16:45:56

I looked at the Sharpies but I think they are too think as I tend to write a letter in each card. Ridiculous I know!

KC225 Fri 20-Oct-17 07:21:39

Ordered a gold and silver from Ali Express to do kids Halloween invitations. The pens were cheap but too thick and lasted enough to write 34 invitations.

PerfumeIsAMessage Fri 20-Oct-17 09:12:02

I use UniBall Air pens for everything- they are fab. Often on a BOGOF in Rymans etc. I use black and blue, but they probably do green and red at least? The writing looks like fountain pen/good rollerball but with no smudging and wotnot.

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