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Sakura GELLY ROLL STARDUST METEOR Gel Pens 37904

37904
$10.75

A falling star was caught, and star twinkle was stirred right into gel ink to add delight and wonder to any writing style. Gelly Roll Stardust is a pigment-based archival quality ink and is indicated in each color name with the suffix -STAR.

Features include:
A roller ball pen that is easy and comfortable to write with
Archival quality ink, chemically stable, waterproof, and fade resistant
No smears, feathers, or bleed-through on most papers and
The glittery "dust" is an inert, cosmetic grade, finely ground glass which produces the reflective brilliance
Applications:
Notes
Greeting Cards
Invitations
Memos
Gift Tags
Illustrations

Technical Qualities:
1.0mm ball with a 0.5mm bold line
Patented, glittering dye-based gel ink
Writes on light or dark papers
Does not bleed through most papers
Not intended for archival use
Meets ACMI non-toxicity standard

Song lyrics often refer to the bright starlight in the night sky; in stories, fairies and pixies always hold a wand that trails glittery stardust. Gelly Roll Stardust captures the sparkle and glitter of stars to make handwriting extra-special.

Don't underestimate the extraordinary value of a handwritten note. Handwriting is as unique as a fingerprint, so why not add a little glimmer to a signature style. The stunning Gelly Roll Stardust sparkles best on light colored or matte paper surfaces.

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