This post is sponsored by The Brand Connection/Pentel Pop pens, all ideas and opinions are my own.
My daughter has been artistic her entire life. She wrote and illustrated her first book when she was five-years-old. Started carrying around a sketch pad EVERYWHERE we went when she was eight and now as a freshman in high school is in an art class usually reserved for juniors and seniors. One thing that I’ve learned is that she needs a lot of varieties of pens and pencils to keep the creative juices flowing. Right now, she is feeding creativity with Pentel Pop pens.
Feeding Creativity With Pentel Pop Pens
When she started taking her art to the next level, I encouraged her to make sure she had all the right tools to make it happen. Much like an athlete, you have to have the proper equipment to really learn the craft. Well… that came back to haunt me! There are so many different kinds of pens and pencils, I felt like I was buying art supplies for an entire school district. But they never went to waste and every single thing I bought her took part in some new creation. I’m still not sure where this gift came from (It definitely skipped me) and her evolution as an artist has been a mirror for me as I watched my little girl turn into a young women.
Add A Pop Of Color
Her newest tools have been “colorful”, like a 90’s flashback sort of colorful. She got ahold of the new Pentel Pop pens and has been creating up a storm! The Sparkle Pop pens are a new sparkling iridescent magical ink that is completely original. The ink color will change color when you are writing on black or white paper. It’s a perfect set of pens for cards, drawing, doodles and any other designs your mind can come up with. Another cool feature is that it can write on photo paper.
She also loved the Pentel Sharp mechanical pencil. My daughter has done some major damage to mechanical pencils over the years. All of her drawings begin in pencil and rarely will one last a month. The Pentel Sharp is Pentel’s #1 selling mechanical pencil and the construction was able to meet the rigorous demands of my daughter and she was also able to use it at school. Even if your child isn’t into art or drawing, the Pentel Super Hi-Polymer HB lead is equivalent to a #2 pencil, so it’s guaranteed to scan on tests, resists breaking and never needs sharpening.
Whether you have an artist at home, a kid that loves to do crafts or maybe you’re a doodler that just wants to have some fun… The Pentel Pop pens will help feed your creativity!