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Jet Pens Haul – January 2015

Jet Pens Haul – January 2015


Hi Everyone! Kristina here. Today I’m going
to be showing you a haul from JetPens.com. They were kind enough to send me some store
credits and I asked all of you on Facebook what you would like me to buy and possibly
review or just show you what it is on camera. So, I’m going to show you what I bought. Some
of these were requested, some were ones that I just thought you guys would be interested
in. So the first thing. In fact I think it was one of the ones most requested. Is this
watercolor set. This Pearlescent Watercolor set. I don’t know if you can see the kind
of shimmer on those water colors, but I’m going to go ahead and open this up and see
how it does. So this is a very inexpensive water color set. So my expectations aren’t
super high. But we’re just going to kind of see exactly what they look like. I’ve just
got some watercolor strips here. I’ve got a watercolor brush that I just finished using
for a video. So I’m going to go ahead and… See where did it go… Where’d my paintbrush go? There we go. Alright so, let’s see here. Let’s just start
with this really pretty magenta color. So, I think it needs quite a bit of water to get
it started. There we go. Now some of it’s moving. I’m just going to keep mixing this
until the paint turns a little bit thicker, because then it will show up more on camera.
With these dry water color cakes that are like this, you really do have to really work
with it and try to get some good color going. Especially with these inexpensive sets. Okay… It is quite dull right now. I wonder if as
it dries if it gets more of that shimmer to it. We will see. In fact, maybe I’ll try wetting my card stock
here and then I can bring in that color and see if move around. I can see a little more
of the shimmer that way. Let’s add another color. In fact I’m just going to add water a bunch
of these just to get them wet and have it start soaking up some of that water. Okay…I can see the shimmer lots more on
this blue one. I’m going to zoom in so you guys can see…it
working. Hopefully you’ll be able to see that on camera.
Not sure if you will or not. I’m going to add some more blue. You can kind of see that
move around. You really do have to work with the paints. You have to add quite a bit of
water, let it sit; let it soak into the pan, so that it really starts to get really pigmented.
Otherwise it’s very very pale. After usinga really nice water color set right before
I filmed this video I definitely can tell the comparison between the two. If that makes
sense. It’s a good thing this one is inexpensive. I don’t think it’s meant to be a super, you
know, quality expensive set. It’s just something fun to play with. Alright I’m going to try
this really vibrant blue. Just going to get this surface wet so that
the colors move around. I’ll pick up that minty green color. I’m just
going to add it to the water color over here. The color is really spreading now. So I think that the secret is to get lots
of pigment going. Lots of water in this blue one. Hopefully I can mix up enough color that
it won’t be too thin. You almost have to scrub with the pan to try to get that color to come
up. So I’ve got some more color going. Okay, so overall these colors aren’t super
pigmented. You do kind of get what you pay for. I think they’re kind of fun to play with.
I don’t know that I would dedicate a lot of time to it, just because I do have that knowledge
of the comparison to the another type of watercolors that, well are more expensive they are higher
quality in my opinion. I’m going to go ahead and dry this. Okay, hope you guys can see that shimmer.
Kind of that pearlescent look. It is really kind of different. Really subtle effect. It’s
not super bright and shimmery. So keep that in mind. Here is that other piece that I did
earlier. It’s not dry yet. Let me quickly dry it. Okay, so there’s that shimmer on that one.
Once again it’s kind of more subtle effect, but it is kind of cool. Okay so here’s that
water shimmer or Pearlescent water color set. Alright another thing that I bought was this
pencil case. I thought it was just really really neat. Let me close it up so you can
see exactly what it is. This is Moving Option from Nomatic Inc. It has a little snap on
one end, so you could unzip it all the way. So it has a really large compartment here.
You can see all the stuff I have inside. These are all things I’m going to take out and show
you guys. There’s a little tiny pocket right here. Then the rest of it is just open. There
is a zipper pocket right here in the front. This has a lot of space in it. It also has
this flap that comes out. Even more space inside and these are divided. So it’s really
great if you have little Post-its or stickies. These would be a great pencil case for all
of you planner’s obsessed people. Planner addicts. If you wanted to put all of your
Post-Its and stickers and things in these pockets. I like that it has this flap that
keep everything secure. So, this comes in a multitude of different colors. I chose red,
because red is one of my favorite colors. But you can definitely choose other ones.
So, what I have inside is. Copic has a new Opaque White. The one that I have is actually
in a jar and it’s the one that is really goopy and it dries up quickly… In fact let me grab it… This is their old version of the Copic Opaque
White and it’s not as convenient as to what this promises to be. So it has. Basically
it has a built in really fine brush. Oh, that’s nice. So you can do really thin lined white on your
illustrations. So I’m not going to try it right now, but it promises to be really good.
It does close a lot tighter. So I kind of think it’s going to be a good change. So I
think I’ll really like this. Alright what else do I have in here? Along
those same lines with Copic. A few of you were asking me to try the Copic
Atyou Spica, I’m not sure how to say it. They’re basically like glitter markers. They’re
supposed to look really cool on dark card stocks or on top of your coloring, so I have
some cardstock here. Oooo. That is really pretty; I’m going to
zoom in so you guys can see. I’ll try not to lose the sharpness, but you can see. I
can see a little bit of shimmer in person. I’m not sure if the camera is picking it up,
but you can see a little bit of that. It does stay wet for a longer period of time. I’m
going to try the clear. Okay. That is very clear. As it’s drying it’s
fading. Left behind a little bit of sparkle. Not a ton. Definitely not as much as a Wink
of Stella Glitter Brush Pen. I’m going to switch to to some white card stock… for these other ones. Here is some red. Okay,
that one I’m not seeing any sparkle. There is like two little sparkles. So that one’s
not. I’m not that impressed with that one. This one is gold. This one has quite a bit
of sparkle. I’m not sure if you guys can see all that. There’s actually quite a bit of
sparkle showing through. I could image if you painted or used this on top of some yellow
Copic coloring it would be really pretty. This one is called Blossom. Oooo, and it’s
really dry. Look at that it’s already running out. That’s kind of a disappointment. Oh well, I’m not super impressed with these.
I think the gold is probably my favorite, just because it doesn’t kind of show up a
little bit more than the others. I really only got 5 colors to try for you guys. So,
take them at what you will. Okay, also in here I have. Some of you wanted
to know about the Pilot Frixion highlighters. I thought they were really kind of cool looking.
So I want to grab some note-book paper… Here’s some notebook paper and I’m going to
pretend that I’m highlighting something. I’ll just be like ta da. Highlighting. Looks like
a regular highlighter. I’m going to do a little bit of… Test handwriting with just a ball point pen. I’m going to zoom in for you guys too. Okay, so I’m going to highlight over the top
of this, because I want to make sure that it’s not going to smear. It looks like it
did okay. So this thing with these friction pens is on the other end there’s an eraser
and you’re supposed to be able to erase everything. Oh wow! That is kind of really cool. It erases really
really well. I think those of you that like to highlight text books or even books as you’re
reading them would really love this, because later if you wanted to share the book with
someone else you could go back and erase your highlights. I think that could be interesting.
So that’s kind of really cool. So the other two types of pens that I bought to show you
guys are Platinum Preppy. They are fountain pens. I get the medium and also a fine point.
I believe you have to screw off the bottom and then it has the ink cartridge and you
need to push that on until it glides in. Then you can put that barrel back on. You have
to wait for the ink to kind of move all the way into the tip of the pen. So that might
take a minute. I’m just going to let that sit and I’m going to prep this other one at
the same time. The other one was black this one is red. So once again you just take the
ink cartridge and press it on until it snaps all the way down into the barrel. Or into
the tip. Screw on that barrel. Alright, I’m going to put the cap back on and just let
that sit for a little bit while we wait for it to get all the way to the tip. Sometimes
these kind of take a while. So I’m just going to let that sit. Oh, that’s pretty fast. That’s nice. So… Okay, so this is the fine point. I’ll zoom in for you guys. Okay So considering that one went pretty fast,
this one probably ready and it is. This is the other one. It’s definitely thicker than the fine point. These are kind of cool. The red color is almost
like a hot pink and the black is supposed to be black, but it’s almost like a dark gray.
So that is just something to note. I think these kinds of pens are kind of fun. They’re
relatively inexpensive. If you have never tried a fountain pen before this might be
a fun thing to try out. Okay. And the last thing I go. These have
been around for a long long time. I know lots of people who love these. These are Paper
Mate Flair felt tip pens. I got a set of 16. Planner enthusiasts really love these. They
have loved them for many years. I know a lot of people either love these or they love the
LePen Markers. I have just never really tried these out, so I thought I would give them
a try. So I’m not sure what color this is, but Paper Mate Flair. That’s what we’re going
for. Okay, I like how they write. Sometimes my
handwriting changes depending on the type of pen I’m using. I kind of like using a more
casual script with these pens. Let’s try another color. We will try purple, since we are kind
of going on the purple magenta kick here. These are medium. I don’t think they’re quite fine enough for
writing in a planner for me. Let’s see if it goes through the paper. It really doesn’t
show through the paper much at all. This is rather thin paper. I think you’d be okay to
use it on your planner pages, except for your extremely thin one. I know the filofax
paper is quite thin so I wouldn’t recommend using it on that. Although, I know a lot of
people really love it on their filofax. So, it’s probably just kind of one of those
you mileage may vary type situations. If you like it or not. I do like that there’s lots
of different colors. If you are not a fan of the super super thin Marvy LePen Markers.
You might like these that have a little bit bigger of a barrel. A little bit more like
your usual pen types, so you might enjoy it more than the Le Pens. I tend to not have
a problem with the Lepens, even though they are thin. These feel more like your average
pen. The black is quite black. Especially compared to the Platinum Preppy Pen. Let’s
see those together. Yeah you can really tell the difference on
those. Okay so there’s a really informal JetPens.com haul and review. I hope you guys enjoyed and
let me know down in the comments what your favorite item that I have shown here today.
What you favorite item was. Just let me know down in the comments. Because I’m just curious.
I think it would be really fun to find out what you guys liked the most. Thank you so
much for watching and I will be back on Monday for my usual card videos. Thanks for watching.

100 Replies to “Jet Pens Haul – January 2015”

  • Karla Anderson says:

    I have been looking for a great pen/pencil bag for on the go art journaling, something long enough to hold my watercolor palette – yours looks like it might be! I really liked it except the watercolors  – they can't compare to the H2O's. Black, blue and red Flairs were all they had and were my favorite when I was young, I am happy to see them back in all the colors -treating mysef to the 16 color pack next pay day!!

  • rDinx says:

    Oh pens, coloured pens…….I liked the blue highlighter, I have a few of those and really like them, thanks to your recommendation. I also thought the fountain pens were nice.

  • Janet Nelson says:

    HI! 2 things:
    1) I love the fountain pens and have to make a note of the name, and
    2) A possible caution regarding the Frixion highlighters.  Frixion also make pens where the ink is erasable.  My daughter ordered a big set straight from Japan.  She said that if you use these pens in hot climates (I live in Florida), the ink can disappear if the writing gets hot.  The removal of the ink is by friction (thus the supposed play on words) or heat caused by the rubbing.  Just thought I would throw that out there
    Love your tuts.

  • Cocominga Handmade Cards says:

    Frision's rock.  I did not know they made highlighters!!!!

  • iri2be says:

    I think I liked the fountain pens best from what you showed, particularly the fine point. 

  • bjescalan says:

    The Spica look interesting, I like fountain type pens. Also the copic white looks cool. I really like buying different kinds of pens.  As a teacher, I often do not have to buy them as my students just leave them lying around. I put them all in a box and the class and I can share and if they can recognize theirs then they can have it back. It's a shame, not many ask for them back. I never take my favorites to school.

  • Amy Ellis says:

    My favorite is the Platinum Preppy Fountain pen. In fact, I am going to check them out now. Thanks!

  • Marie Smith says:

    I like the fine point fountain pen in black.Next the white copic ink..

  • Michelle Golz says:

    The erasable high liter followed by the fountain pens!

  • Ninjamom 4 says:

    I liked the black Platinum Preppy Fountain pen – fine tip. Thank for sharing your haul !

  • Kerrie Kulakauskas says:

    I love the Preppy Pens!

  • Aimée Dillon says:

    Preppy pens are amaaaazing!!! Thanks for sharing! I love videos like this!

  • Dee Johnston says:

    my niece colors with PM flair.I may buy flair.

  • gina kinde says:

    I know u will think I'm crazy but I loved the effect of the water colors. .I'm going to buy some when I have some extra money. It will be pretty over other expensive water colors maybe. I love anything pearlescent in color. Thanks for sharing.

  • Rita H says:

    Loved the info provided – I definitely want to try the fine brush white Opaque Copic.

  • Debra Garrison says:

    I like the fountain pens! When I was growing up we called them cartridge pens. They just have a look I like. lol of course when they leak it is a mess!

  • Lisa Waitt says:

    I liked the fountain pens myself. Those Spica glitter pens didn't seem to do much.

  • Amanda Villarreal says:

    The at you spica pens don't impress me! I bought a pack about 6 months ago, I ended up just giving them to my niece because they weren't cutting it on my crafting projects lol

  • Jenni Brown says:

    Love the papermates and the frixion highlighters wonder if they would work together, oh my I think my love (hoarding) has reached another level!

  • Christine Rodriguez says:

    ??great video! I loved the shimmer of the watercolor but love love the medium Preppy pen the most!! Love the ink color me the fountain pen tip! Tfs! (( hugs)) -Christine

  • Christine Smith says:

    My favourite was the highlighters that you can erase! Brilliant idea! xxx

  • Monica Bisso says:

    The highlighter is really great for us college students and also the Platinum Fountain Preppy pen black fine point.I have never use a pen like that before so so now i will to look for one. Thanks for the tip. 

  • Shanaa M. says:

    when i learned to write in school we used fountain pens, i used them alot under the age of 12, then i started to use normal ballpoints. i still love to write with them 🙂 i also have the normal frixion pens with the cap and they are awesome, must be cool to have the highlighter cause i always highlight too far or over the wrong things 😀

  • Barbara S says:

    I was impressed by the erasable highlighter – great idea!

  • Liz says:

    I've been using the pilot frixion pens and highlighters for a couple years now, one problem I found, is if doing notes in class, don't use them on ink jet printed stuff, if you want to erase, because is smears the printed ink, so only use it on a more permanent ink, or laser printed.  also, I have had some problems going over a place I erased something previously.  They behave (in my friends words) like invisable ink as well.  so if they go too warm, the ink vanishes, if you put it in the fridge, the ink comes back.  if you do this to a page were you erase something, it also brings back everything, including what you erase, although I haven't tried that one, but it happened to another friend of mine.

  • Tina Kloepfer says:

    I really liked the Preppy Pens! I've been on a gray kick, so the "black" fine point would be great for me to try. Plus I've always wanted to try a fountain pen.
    Copic Opaque White is a close second.
    The Flair pens I used a lot when I was a teen/20-something. They've been around a looooong time lol! I kinda miss that soft squeaky sound they make as you write. 🙂

  • Katrina Wade says:

    Hi, i clicked on the link for the pearly paints, which are lovely. I was gobsmacked to find they were less than $6 and yet here in the uk they are £43 on Amazon. You guys are very lucky, a lot of stuff you have there is often extremely expensive here
     🙁 its quite maddening.

  • P Jimmerson says:

    Kristina, great video!  I like the flair pens and the fact they come in a kit of so many colors. 

  • darygal64 says:

    The paper mate pen set ?

  • Mary Gillmarten says:

    Kristina, my favorite thing was the black paper mate because I like black black.  I would have liked to have seen something in blue though.  I survived (thrived in actually) Catholic school, and I still imagine nuns rolling over in their graves if I were to write in random colors, and law school taught me to "endorse" in blue so originals could be recognized!  Thanks so much for showing us all the comparisons!  If I were to choose, I'd choose purple though!  🙂  And I was so thrilled to see a picture of you with my newest idol — OrganizedJen!  I love her Organization blogs and videos and I think she is the sweetest young thing ever!  I hope you encourage her to keep going with her blogs, she gets some horrible personal attacks and I think she's wonderful and creative and caring and has brilliant ideas and at 58 I'm learning from her and I think she has a great deal to give to the world and I've told her so — please let her know I've shared that with you as well!  XOXO, Queen Mary

  • PencilsAndInksperiments says:

    awesome video! thanks! I struggle with my shimmer watercolor palette too, bc it is too light–however, I do like them on black/dark cardstock. They're pretty nice!  🙂 my favorite item you showed were the preppy pens!  thanks! xoxox, Rhonda

  • skyfooty says:

    Any advice on my to improve my handwriting? Thanks.

  • Sandi Ault says:

    Love the fountain pens.Reminds me of the pens we used in 3rd grade when we started cursive handwriting. (Tells you how old I am) Highlighters were pretty cool.  Thanks for the video.  

  • Paula Touhey says:

    Great video.  I love the fountain pens and the highlighters the best.  Love the idea that you can actually erase the highlighter.  The watercolors didn't seem to be very vibrant.. but if you are going for something light it would work! Thanks again for the demo on the products.  It's always good to see the products in real time!  

  • Denise Maynard says:

    I've got to have the fountain pens in med. Point.

  • Ryan Martinage says:

    I am a pen addict and have a couple gallon ziplocks full. I LOVE that website! 

  • doris224 says:

    Definitely Fountain Pens – the fine point one looks really cool.  Thank you so much for the try outs.

  • susan yee says:

    I wonder if adding some glycerin to the watercolors would help!

  • Sharon says:

    I'm intrigued by the Copic Opaque White Paint with Brush.  I'm new to the copic world and would love it if you could do a video at some point on how you would use that?

  • Stephanie Marcinkiewicz says:

    I use these water colors over other things I've colored/painted and they look nice OVER things. They are a great addition to distress markers.

  • Kiet Luong says:

    For those copic markers you probably should try shaking it up!

  • Sanjana Ranade says:

    Kristina, I've never heard of Jet Pens. Thanks for the video so I can hopefully place my order!

  • littlebirdie2 says:

    Copic opaque white and preppy pens!

  • Nancy Anderson says:

    I use the Pearlescent water color paints a lot, I even mix them with other regular watercolor paints to get more colors out of them.  I usually use an aqua pen to apply them to stampings or Color Me cards, I use much less water unless I do a wash for a background.  I have a small approx. 1.5 x 2 inch stamp of a baby in her bed that is fairly detailed, I love these watercolors for something like that, so soft.  There's another brand that comes in a circle, there are several different sets, they are quite a bit more expensive and don't really have a much different affect than the inexpensive.  Work with them and I think you'll have some fun.

  • mohawk14616 says:

    The flair pens are water soluble too. Just an FYI.

  • NinjaKotte says:

    What brushes are you using? 🙂
    Thanx!

  • Amandine Lascoux says:

    Thank you for this video 🙂
    Bye bye

  • Atharva Gupta says:

    Thanks, I really like the flair pens. You should try the  mechanical pencils like kura toga and more flair pens like the thin and the bold type

  • Kathy Amaral says:

    I like the Pilot Preppy Pens.

  • SKitTLeSx4 says:

    i like the erasable highlighter the best. i had the fusion erasable pens n i LOVED them

  • Darlene Wilkinson says:

    My fav's copic opaque white ink and the preppy pens.

  • sheri chandler says:

    Love fountain pens and the flair pens as well. Thank you for sharing and all the awesome video's you do.

  • sheri chandler says:

    What to try watercolors. Thank you for showing all the different products. I had NO idea card making could be more exciting than it already is.

  • catfansf says:

    Love the friction pens to highlight cross stitch patterns.  I highlight one color…stititch it all then erase and start the next color.

  • Karen McNamara says:

    I really like the Platinum Preppy Pen in the black Fine point.  I love fine writing pens and I will look into getting one sometime.  Thanks

  • Lois1593 says:

    I liked the fountain pen, never tried it, but went to the site and put them and the bag on my wish list, tfs

  • Lynn Pomeroy says:

    Thank you for sharing, it was very interesting.

  • cynda99 says:

    I am so impressed with the Pilot Frixion erasable hi-liters.

  • Jordyn Griego says:

    I am the thinking of getting the preppy fountain pen

  • Amber Lilly says:

    that copic white is the same thing just the smaller bottle

  • iDooDliArt says:

    Great!!

  • Sandi Wedemeier says:

    It's my impresson from using the Pearlescent water colors, that they are brilliant to use over other watercolrs as a wash. It's meant, I think, to be a wash.

  • darla welch says:

    Love these informative videos! Very helpful. Even more, I envy your handwriting – it's FUN!

  • Regina Rooks says:

    Interesting! I really enjoy Flair pens for doodling. You can get fun effects if you drag color from your lines with a water brush.I didn't read the comments so maybe this was already suggested…. the watercolors you tried usually show up better on black or a dark colored paper. That's my experience with a similar set.

  • Karen Morison says:

    I have a set of pearlescent water colors and I love the subtle shine. It looks great as a background color, like a sky. Beautiful! My set was inexpensive, too, but didn't require as much water, I think. But I have found uses for this shiny set.

  • ms rosendale says:

    YOUR HANDWRITING LOOKS PRINTED!!! YOU WRITE REALLY GOOD, I SWEAR!!! Also, by any chance, does JetPens ship in the Philippines?

  • Samistic Designs says:

    I have a set of the Spica Pens. The light colors are dried out before I got to use them. I returned them and again the replacements were also dried.. I am not impressed with them at all. So they have been put in a container to be used if I find out how to get them to work….

  • Rilakkuma Lover says:

    The Platinum Preppy Red Medium Pen looked so nice and bright :0 I need that pen

  • Zangy's LPS Academy says:

    My favorite item reviewed was the moving option pencil case. Also, I love that you mentioned not to use the PaperMate Flair on thin-papered planners because I'm actually trying to get into planners! Thank you! I'm also a new subber B.T.W.

  • Zangy's LPS Academy says:

    I subbed when I watched the Jet Pens Haul. {Pilot, Pentel,Kaweco, and Sakura}

  • LadyinGrey says:

    You can't really know if a pen bleeds just by the paper. I think she's currently using Japanese paper, and japan is known for their thin but bleed proof, high quality paper.

  • Dominic Cunningham says:

    love the bag I need one

  • Tsukabu's Artsy Things says:

    So the Spica pens, I've learned to revive them just run the nib end under warm (not hot) water for a bit and it should do the trick. Otherwise nice haul/review 🙂

  • darkmoonlady2002 says:

    The pearlescent pops way more on dark colors..

  • Sandy Gibbs says:

    Hi Kristina,
    I love your videos. I use the friction fusion pens for marking material for sewing and then you just iron over it and it's gone! The friction fusion pens look the same but maybe different. I live in RSA.

  • Chayne R. says:

    Really loved the Platinum Preppy Pens! I enjoy fountain pens and I think those a less expensive and great alternative to the ones I have! Thanks for this video…always informative! ?

  • LaurenTiare says:

    The font she's writing in looks just like the Paper Mate font!?

  • Emily Bonafield says:

    I love the pearlescent watercolors for accents on projects or to lightly splatter over projects they are light enough, but show up when dry and are a nice touch
    tfs

  • Leslie Amano says:

    I have that watercolor set but it has less colors, I hated them, they were very low on pigment and barely shows up

  • Belinda W says:

    I don't have any expensive watercolor sets but since I don't I really like that watercolor set. I did use it on Christmas cards and loved it!

  • Shirleyjl1 says:

    Pearlescent Watercolor set works beautifully on black and dark papers. I use it for calligraphy all the time. ??

  • Macky Cabangon says:

    ok.

  • Melissa Harris says:

    Which notebook were you using to write with the Preppys and Flairs? I loved the way the colours looked on that paper!

  • Gabrielle Carbonneau says:

    The preppy pens were new to me. I like them!

  • Mia Tran says:

    I absolutely love watching your hauls, but at the same time I always end up on amazon really jealously searching everything you got??

  • kim ryan says:

    It is the heat from erasing that causes the ink to disappear. Same with the ballpoint test your surfaces first but if need to draw lines first these should disappear with your heat gun. That way instead of traditionally erasing and taking the risks of marks on your page you could just add the heat with no friction. Might even work under your watercolours. Love your channel thanks for all your help and ideas. Xoxo.

  • Susan Ellis says:

    Chalk in water would dim the pigment in those watercolors.

  • Susan Ellis says:

    I liked to have those Papermate felts in my pencil case. For school. Nice pens.

  • sunnyday 7am says:

    Stabilos are marker-like fineliners and they come in 30 colors. They're finer than the papermate flairs which I love. I use them and they don't bleed. You could try those…

  • Sylvia Costello says:

    hi love your videos can i just ask what is the brand name of the paint brush you used with the acrylic handle

  • Ana says:

    what's the paper you are using?

  • Sylvia Costello says:

    like the pearl essence watercolour pains unfortunately i cant them here

  • GoldnPurpleGun says:

    what do you recommend as a super good water color paper that can take in a lot of water well

  • MaraLunala says:

    I got that watercolor set but in plain colors and it's so dull compared to my tube paints that I got for four euro for twelve and that set in the shop I got it cost six I'm dissapointed to be honest

  • TerrieJ DimestoreDivaTV says:

    I am getting the watercolor set. Not everyone wants their paintings to shine to the gods. Adding a slight luminescence to an existing hue is much more attractive to me, a little glow to certain elements. It's all to do with what you want. I was going to get Winsor and Newton Iridescence medium, but this gives a lot of options for a lower cost and is more portable, and will show me if I am interested if I am interested in investing in Finetek Thanks for sharing.

  • Suzanne Beyer says:

    That highlighter is way cool!

  • Zdravko Dubravec says:

    Would be great that you have more playlists with product test and hauls …. but i like your videos so much …. i wached so many of them that my youtube feed is just crafting now lol ….

  • Sue Abell says:

    I have that pearlescent watercolor set and even though it’s very inexpensive it works fine for my purposes, which is to use them on black or dark cardstock for backgrounds for cards. I like these haul types of videos, helps with making decisions about future purchases. Thanks.

  • Catherine Flusche says:

    I use platinum preppy as my main writer. They're super cheap ($4) and I don't really worry about mixing inks in it. I have only "broken" one and that was because the cap was no longer sitting tightly.
    I had a medium point that I loved (the one that broke) and I decided to try the fine point. The fine point works great with the cartridge that comes with it, but didn't lay down enough ink for my liking with my "fancy" ink samples. It also clogged really easily (only with the samples, NOT with the cartridge) and was just annoying to use. So, I ordered another medium point (which works like a dream) and have used the cartridges in the fine point just to use up the ink (I can refill the cartridges with my ink samples when I'm not in the mood to wait for the barrel to dry after being an eyedropper pen).
    So I highly recommend the medium point; the fine point not so much.

  • Madeline Brownlee says:

    I'm new to your channel and already love, love it!!! Just wondering if you have tried Twinkling H2O's?

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