Sakura Gelly Roll Moonlight Pen Set, Gray Tones, Set of 5

Item ID
SK58172
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 04 hours and 42 minutes!

Quick Overview

Sakura's Gelly Roll Moonlight Gel Pens feature an opaque paint pen-like quality that's bright on white paper and produces outstanding effects on quality black paper. Five neutral gray shades are included in this set of fine point gel pens.
$6.99
List Price $7.45

Sakura's Gelly Roll Moonlight Gel Pens feature an opaque paint pen-like quality that's bright on white paper and produces outstanding effects on quality black paper. The creamy, archival ink is pigment-based, waterproof, and fade-resistant. Perfect for writing in journals, decorating cards, pattern drawing, or detailed accents.

Gray Tones, Set of 5 - Five neutral gray shades are included in this set of opaque fine point gel pens. Add subtle details like shadows and highlights to artwork with the fine .3 mm point. Colors include Blue Gray, Light Warm Gray, Cool Gray, Warm Gray, and Green Gray. Ideal for tonal illustrations.

More Information
Brand Sakura
Series Gelly Roll Moonlight
Color Assorted
Color Family Assorted
Size Medium
No. 58172

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