Roxanne's Favorite Things
Flat lay of printed, textured journal with a hand

Writing on Textures

These pens and bottles are great for writing on textures that will "eat" through marker tips. Great for multi-media projects.

Small chalkboard with Dream Big written on it

Chalk Markers

Lots of choices out there, but I find you get what you pay for. The cheaper ones tend to run out quicker and not have as smooth a coverage.

Paint Pens

I am in love with paint pens because I use a lot of words in my artwork and I love being able to grab a marker and have acrylic paint begin to flow.

Picture of journal and Staedtler Pigment Liners

Waterproof Pens

These are my favorites when I am combining watercolor and ink. The Staedtler Pigment Liners can be left uncapped up to about 12 hours and will still work!

art journal on desk

Paper

Yes! The paper makes a difference. Cheap paper can be very rough on markers. Thin paper will not hold up multiple layers of texture. Here are some of my favorites.

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