Hello dear friends! I'm very excited to share a project that I did with Le Plume Permanent from Marvy Markers. Back in the mid-90s, I had brush markers from Marvey for rubber stamping and now fast forward warped speed to today, Marvy has come up with this alcohol-based coloring makers. I find that there is really NO difference between Marvy and the other comparable brand such as Copics. Marvy markers have just one brush tip which is the side I use the most. The bottom line is the PRICE! Marvy sells for $2.99 EACH and they are made in Japan! See color chart here. Need I say more?
About the markers:
LE PLUME PERMANENT is great for comic, Manga, cartooning, designing, rubber stamps, clear stamps, landscape studies, gesture drawings, painting, and sketching. Available in 144 colors. 141 of the colors are alcohol based and permanent while the other 3 colors are opaque and pigmented.
I made three cards to showcase the beautiful colors from the Marvy Markers.
Fancy Sticker Sentiment-Birthday
For the next card, I made my own pattern paper strip for the sentiment and topped it off with the SRM Stickers. All I did was to color the white paper card stock with a ruler. I applied the same colors that I used for cute girl image (from Penny Black stamp).
Please comment in SRM Blog to win!
Details: MARVY PRIZE GIVEAWAY
A set of 24 LePlume PERMANENT Markers (your color choices!) will be given away to a random comment provider each day of our feature. Additionally, a GRAND PRIZE of $400 worth of retail Marvy product will be awarded to one lucky winner at the end of the feature. To be eligible to win the Grand Prize, you must have commented during each day's feature. Good luck! Winners will be announced here at the Blog and at our Facebook Fan Page on Friday, September 23rd.