I have been wanting to try these new Posca Pens for a while. I love the idea of a pen which will write on any surface and can think of a million things to use them for. They come in a variety of bright colours.
Posca Pens are a unique water-based paint marker that writes on almost all surfaces including fabrics, glass, metal, paper, card, wood and stone. They are also water resistant, fade resistant and odour free.
The girls wanted to design their own mugs so I thought this would be a good surface to test the pens on. They went on smoothly and were really easy to use. You just have to shake the pen a few times to get the ink through the nib and then it is ready to go.
The colours were really bright and gave a solid block of colour. It looked really effective. We went for a Harry Potter theme, of course!
If you leave the ink to dry then you can even go over the top in a different colour and it won’t rub off. I can definitely see we will be using these for every craft project we have. This pack containing 6 pens costs just under £8, which is a great price for
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We have also used the Posca pens to design personalised phone cases for my mobile. Your Child’s Art on a Phone Case
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