Make Your Projects & Crafts POP with Pentel Pens! {& Giveaway!}

My family has had such a great summer! Lots of swimming, adventures, BBQ’s, and late nights. Both of my kids also really love art and crafting projects. Pentel recently released some new pens that have been so much fun for our crafting projects called Pentel POP. The three new lines of pens are called: Sparkle Pop, Milky Pop, and Solar Pop. We have had so much fun with these pens this summer! Not only are they great for everyday use in my planner and jotting down notes, but my kids are obsessed with them. Pentel Pop pens are so unique, write smoothly and are some of my favorite pens I have ever used.

My kids love to go to the library and check out new books. To help carry all of our favorite books we decided to make our own personalized library totes with our Pentel Pop pens. We used cookie cutters and stencils to trace shapes. My kids colored and doodled all afternoon. Each pen is so unique and adds so much personality to their totes.

Sparkle Pop pens are so pretty and add a shimmer of color to all of your projects. They have new innovative, reflective, and sparkling iridescent ink that is ultra-glittery. My glitter obsessed five-year-old little girl asks to use them every day! They are so sparkly. The color also looks different on white paper or black paper, so it is like 2 colors in 1!

Milky Pop pentel pens are so nostalgic for me. I loved milky ink pens when I was a kid. The pastel ink colors really stand out and bring so much personality to a page. They especially look amazing on dark colored paper. The pastel ink is so vivid and really pops. They are great for invitations, greeting cards, drawing, and more.

Solar Pop pens are a pop of vibrant fluorescent neon color! They are so fun and my 9-year-old loves them because the unique ink glows brightly under a blacklight on white paper. We actually have a black light and my son has loved coloring with these pens in the dark. He likes making solar systems and galaxies with the pens.

These Pentel Pop Pens are so great for crafts, scrapbooking, note taking, doodling, gift cards, and more!

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About Megan

Megan loves being a stay at home mom to a busy boy Hayden (8) and sweet girl Halli (4). She has been happily married to her ridiculously good looking husband for 9 years. She also enjoys blogging, trying new recipes to cook or bake, girls nights, fashion, and reading. You can also find her on twitter and instagram @megan.hamilton28



Comments

  1. Jenny Q. says:

    My daughter would love these, she would use them to draw and write and for crafts.

  2. Jenny Fortner says:

    I would use them on everything, especially in my journal! They would be great for the holidays!

  3. Melissa Storms says:

    My 14 yo would love these pens for his sketch book. I would definitely give them to him, though I would love them for drawing too!

  4. Anne Hanson says:

    We would make greeting cards with these fantastic pens!

  5. DEBIJOT says:

    I would let my grandson use them for his drawings.

  6. Tharini says:

    My toddler loves to color and we do different activities every single day. This will be great for it

  7. We would use for scrapbooking, crafts and coloring!

  8. Cindy B says:

    I’d use these for papercrafts.

  9. I would give to my little niece she loves crafting she would love these

  10. vickie couturier says:

    i have 15 grandkids so first id like a shirt with all the names written on it and then id like to have them help make gifts for their parents

  11. Lauren says:

    I would use them in my planner.

  12. I’m a graphic designer and stationary artist. I’d use them for my work!

  13. Terri McMillan says:

    My family would use them in crafting.

  14. Darlene Owen says:

    I would use these for scrapbooking.

  15. KV says:

    I would use them in my planner.

  16. Julie Bickham says:

    I would use them with my bullet journal.

  17. Janet W. says:

    We would use them on my grandson’s projects!

  18. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I would give these to my granddaughter – she would use it for her craft work

  19. sandra says:

    i might use them to decorate gift tags

  20. bn100 says:

    on lunch bags

  21. Audra O'Hara says:

    I’d use these for scrapbooking. My daughter would draw her Minecraft pictures with them and use them for school.

  22. courtney b says:

    my daughter would use them for back to school 🙂

    thanks! xoxoxo

  23. Amanda Payne says:

    I would use them in my planner and to make greeting cards!!

  24. Mary Cloud says:

    I would give them to my daughter to use for her art

  25. Amanda Alvarado says:

    My daughter would use these for her drawings!

  26. Kristen J. says:

    I would give them to my niece for school.

  27. sarah s says:

    I would use them for arts & crafts, writing notes/lists.

  28. Kelly D says:

    I would use these to create works of art, like pictures with the help of my daughter.

  29. Jennifer Tilson says:

    I’d love to donate the pens to my kids’ school. I think they’d get lots of use there.

  30. Jeanna says:

    My kids would use them for their projects in school throughout the year!

  31. Nannypanpan says:

    We’d use them for our coloring pages

  32. Dana Rodriguez says:

    These would be perfect for crafts and handmade cards.

  33. stephanie says:

    i would give them to my daughter for her birthday!!

  34. Luna S says:

    I think the tote bag idea is great.

  35. Jennifer Cervantes says:

    My daughter would use it to make art projects.

  36. Randi Nemeroff says:

    I draw and paint so I would use these to add a pop of color to my drawings or water color paintings! I’d also use them to make stuff for my niece and when she’s older let her play with them (she’s 6 but doesn’t use pens or pencils at the moment).

  37. jenny stratton says:

    I would use them in my coloring and the tote bag is a really good idea.

  38. Audra says:

    I would give these to my daughter to draw with

  39. Casey Garvey says:

    I would love to use these on my adult coloring books

  40. Tandi Cortez says:

    I would use these pens for my daughter’s science fair project! These are awesome! 🙂

  41. Michelle C says:

    I would use these for doodling and share them with my kids!

  42. Rhonda Grisham says:

    I would use them in cardmaking…and my 4 grandkids would put them to good use I’m sure!

  43. AEKZ2 says:

    I would use these pens to make greeting cards.

  44. desiree says:

    we dp a lot of craft

  45. Nicole says:

    I would use them for doing crafts with my nieces!

  46. Marija says:

    Would love to have these in the car, along with some notebooks for doodling!

  47. Angelica Dimeo says:

    I would use them to write letters

  48. Sally Wilsey says:

    I have a variety of things to use these pens with from coloring pages, cards, coloring crafts with my Granddaughter.

  49. Allyson Tice says:

    i would use these to make cool cards!

  50. wen budro says:

    My kids would love to use these for art and craft projects.

  51. Edye says:

    To make fun art drawings!

  52. Marilyn Nawara says:

    We would use them for coloring, crafts and scrap booking.

  53. LeAnn Harbert says:

    My granddaughter will use them for art class.

  54. Ro says:

    My students would love to use them.

  55. Angela Saver says:

    I would use these for my bullet journal and scrapbooking.

  56. Tamara Regan says:

    I think I will let my kiddos design their own backpacks for school. I can buy plain backpacks and then each kiddo can make their own designs for a custom look.

  57. Jeremy McLaughlin says:

    Would use for different arts and crafts.

  58. Leah Shumack says:

    I would use them in my planner and I’m sure my daughter would use them in her school agenda too!

  59. Sherry fowler says:

    I would use them to color in my adult coloring book that helps me relieve stress and calms me down

  60. Karen L says:

    My 8yr old wants to make a tote just like you made. She loves the library and thought it was a fabulous idea. Plus we can use them for note books, postcards, crafts, and custom bookmarks 🙂

  61. samantha says:

    I would use them like you did i hope to decorate! My niece is wanting to do her own stuff like that to! it will be a great experience to share.

  62. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I would love these to write with in my scrapbooks

  63. Cassandra D says:

    I can use these for the labels that I can make.

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