Purchase Sakura's Stardust Gelly Roll Pens by the pen or by the package. Keep cap on when not in use and pen will NOT skip and dry out.
Stardust Gelly Roll Pens Information
A falling star was caught, and star twinkle was stirred right into gel ink to add delight and wonder to any writing style.
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.
Gelly Roll Stardust is a pigment-based archival quality ink and is indicated in each color name with the suffix "-STAR".
Stardust Gelly Roll Pens Features include:
- 1.0mm ball with a 0.5mm line
- Patented, pigment-based sparkle gel ink, archival quality ink chemically stable, waterproof, and fade resistant. ( Except black sparkle.) NOTE: Sparkle effect may lift over time.
- A roller ball pen that is easy and comfortable to write creates a consistent bold line to the last stroke
- Writes on dark or light papers
- No smears, feathers, or bleed-through on most papers
- Reflective brilliance is an inert glittery 'dust' that is a (SAFE finely ground grade: NOT recommended for skin)
- Meets ACMI non-toxicity standards (AP seal)
NOTE: STARDUST gelly roll is laced with a VERY fine mica that when rubbed with a hand or against something will lift a few particles that are not trapped in the ink base.
- If using on an Wall or Art quilt that is NOT expected to go through a wash cycle you can use it. The pigmented color of the ink is very stable, it is the mica that is an issue.
- Heat setting with iron is always a good practice.
- GENTLE washing will prolong life of pen.
- AVOID bleaches & detergents.
- Not recommended for RIGOROUS WASHING of fabric in bleach, detergent or strong agitation, or food service or ceramics that are washed, & not evaluated for cosmetic use on skin