{Lovely stationery find} Metallic markers

Guys, next week I’m writing about MBTI and Konmari, and I can’t wait to wrap up the series.

So today I decided to show you a gorgeous stationery find.

I do have the gift of spotting anything new and funky in the stationery aisles…..

I’ve shown you Rolfes metallic markers before; these ones are from Staedtler. I like the Staedtler ones more because they seem to have a thinner point (but both are 1.2 mm) but my 6-year-old, Kendra, still loves the Rolfes ones more (maybe because the pink is sparklier?).

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These go well with…

  • a pack of 50 sheets of black paper
  • a pack of 10 black cardstock
  • Marlin’s metallic pencil crayons (I found mine in a tiny, tiny stationery shop but I haven’t seen them at the bigger retailers yet) – I posted a pic of them on Instagram here.

Make cards with your kids using metallic markers

If we use A4 project board, I simply fold them in half but if we use paper, I fold them in half twice. The paper is easiest to draw on with the pencil crayons.

Depending on your kids’ creative styles, they might want more or less space to create.

Happy creating this weekend!

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