Introducing the Pilot FriXion Clicker Erasable, Refillable Pens

I am obsessed with these pens! I love to use many different colors for notes and in my planner, but things change so often. 

This is the new generation of erasable ink and it works great. It leaves no residue. 

There will be a full blog post with pen tests after I fill my Rocket Book. It is a notebook that you only use these pens when you write it in. When it is full, you put it in the microwave and all of the ink disappears. 

Pilot Frixion Pens
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


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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