Draw the Love this Valentine’s Day – Finish Line Friday

Happy Valentines Day! Nothing says I love you more than a handmade Valentine. This year, we were happy to enlist the help of our newest PEN-fessional, Sara Anderson, to demonstrate the power of a Pentel-fueled handmade Valentine. Sara used a variety of products, and feels strongly that a Valentine should reflect the creativity of the artist. “I kept more with a doodling approach. Nothing is perfect and I like it that way. Handmade Valentines have always been my favorite,” says Pentel PEN-fessional, Sara Anderson.

Little Cupids Can Make a Valentine’s Day Photo Frame with Pentel – Spirit of Wonder Wednesday

Here’s a craft that will be easy for your little cupids to color in and give as a gift for Mom, Dad, Grandparents or teachers. Homemade gifts come straight from the heart to show you care on Valentine’s Day. Materials •Pre-cut white mat (8″x10″ for 5″x7″ photo) •Pentel Sign Pens •Pentel Slicci Metallic Pens •Pentel Automatic Pencils •Graphite transfer paper •Painter’s tape or drafting tape •Scissors

Motivation Monday – I Love You Because…

Motivation Monday – I Love You Because…

We’re just a week away from Valentine’s Day so it’s time to think about those you love. There’s no better way to show your appreciation than with a handwritten note. A good way to start a note is to finish the sentence I Love You Because… Here are some ideas:

Finish Line Friday – Year of the Rabbit

Finish Line Friday – Year of the Rabbit

Happy Chinese New Year! The Year of the Rabbit! According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2011 is the Year of the Golden Rabbit, which begins on February 3, 2011 and ends on January 22, 2012. The Rabbit is extremely lucky in business and monetary transactions and wise at striking bargains. After the Year of the Tiger, now is the time to pause, catch your breath and calm your nerves. To gain the greatest benefits from this time, focus on...

Spirit of Wonder Wednesday – by PEN-fessional Lydia Fiedler

I used the Pentel White Sunburst Gel pen to create this card. First, I stamped the main image on kraft cardstock and highlighted it with the Pentel Sunburst pen. I then tore strips of Stampin’ Up! First Edition paper and Bashful Blue cardstock for the left border. I punched out my main image with a circle punch, and distressed it with a dark chocolate ink around the edge of the circle, and mounted that focal point with foam dimensionals. I then stamped the sentiment in black ink on the front of the card.

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