Hello!Lucky Stationery's newest book, Happy Mail, is here! All about snail mail and tapping into your creative side, the book includes 40+ tear-out cards, creative hand-lettered projects and much more. Great for teens and tweens!
Here's one of Oh Happy Day's favorite projects from the book that includes bright Gelly Roll pens: Quote Notes! Check out the full instructions on their blog and to see how you can win your own copy of Happy Mail!
Sakura has perfected the smooth ink flow technology of Gelly Roll® Classic™ White to now offer our most popular color in three nib sizes: 05 Fine, 08 Medium, and 10 Bold. The opaque white ink stands out on dark and colored papers and makes highlights pop in illustrations and comics. Use it for handlettering accents, party crafts, layered on top of colors for mixed media and bright highlights in tonal drawings. Elevate your art to another level using the range of thick and thin lines, small detail and unique bold marks.
“White Gelly Rolls have always been my go-to pen for drawing on dark papers and envelopes. The release of a variety of tip sizes not only gives me more freedom in my work, but it also shows Sakura of America's dedication to innovating tools for the professional artist. In hand-lettering, using different size pen tips is the equivalent to choosing a different size type in a computer design program. The smaller tips allow me to draw very small and intricate letters and details, while the larger tips give me more space to draw at a larger scale. Now I can use White Gelly Rolls in the same way I use my set of Pigma Micron pens in creating dynamic and beautiful compositions!”
- Arley-Rose Torsone, Ladyfingers Letterpress
Oh So Beautiful Paper featured a DIY Mud Cloth-Inspired tutorial using Souffle pen and Gelly Roll White. These beautiful mud cloth inspired wedding DIY paper crafts are featured on Oh So Beautiful Paper. The projects feature Gelly Roll White, Souffle and Glaze special effect pens and SumoGrip eraser. Try these easy and simple ways to create high impact patterns. Test them on different dark toned papers for a variety of combinations or use the theme colors for your event to create customized place cards. The possibilities are endless - See the original post for more details.