Saturday, September 11, 2010

There's A New Sharpie in Town!

Calling all artist and crafter's that love Sharpies. Or all those who just plain love Sharpies and find they have become an addiction (like me).
Yep, there's a new one out! Last year, it was a stainless steel Sharpie and yes, I purchased two of them, you really do NOT want to see my drawer of pens and pencils. This year? A liquid pencil! Here is their current ad for it:
No Breaking Lead.

No Breaking Your


The New Sharpie Liquid Pencil lets you take your flow to another level. Steer clear of the driftwood. Watch out for sharks, helicopters and mermaids! See how far your flow can go in the Sharpie Make Some Waves game. Play now!
I cannot wait to get mine.  And guess what? You can erase anything for 3 days and then after that, it's permanent! How cool is that?
Want more Sharpies? Check out this web site, I didn't know there were so many available! Did you know there's Caribbean Colors? Did you know there's Paint Sharpies?


And just a little bit of history: Sharpie®

Have a Sharpie Day!


Peppercorns said...

Very interesting. I have to get on the Sharpie bandwagon, and since I'm in serious need of new Sharpies, this is the perfect time.

I'm going to check this out today, buy the ones I need, and quit complaining about it. :0)

jj said...

LOL! VE....
I love sharpies, but don't think I have a collection quite like you.
I will have to check this out, as I am always looking for fine tip permanent pens.
This sounds ideal, and I have not seen this yet!

goodgosh said...

I now know more than I ever thought I would about Sharpies. :)

VintageEmbellishment said...

I love these educational posts! I do remember when the Parker Eraseable pen came out needed to be really careful to not use it to write checks!

Doodle said...

I like it!!!! And I'm like you VS, you don't want to see my collection either. Pens, pencils ALL OVER THE PLACE! But you never know when you might need it - so you gotta have it. I'll let you know which one I get. Thanks for the great info. :)

Runs With Scissors said...

A knowledgeable Sharpie buyer is a responsible Sharpie buyer. Keep that in mind.

And I expect to see that on a T-shirt one day! Just sayin.