Thursday, November 28, 2019

Give Pilot Pens This Christmas

Good pens are a must especially when they are great colors. This is why my kiddos and I actually get excited when we receive them. Pilot makes some of the best. I wanted to share with you a few ideas to give Pilot this year for Christmas, Plus a cute way to send a letter to Santa.

Have you ever lost your favorite pen? I have and I’m still upset about it. The Explorer has now become one of my favorites. This is extremely lightweight There is something about the way it writes, how smooth it is that I just loved and how it feels.

There are a ton of colors to choose from for the outside. The ink is black. A great thing is that this is a refillable pen so you don’t have to throw it away and trust me you won’t want to.

To top this gift off you can pair it with a journal. This is one of my go to gifts for writers or artists as it’s such a great combination.

Precise makes a great gift for an adult. I personally think it’s perfect for a co-worker like a secret Santa gift.

It’s a set like no other and is very smooth in the rolling ball category. The ink comes in colors of Pink, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Turquoise, Purple, Blue, Black. They use a unique ink formula that helps maintain a consistent flowing stroke.

These are so much for the kids and perfect for stocking stuffers. They come in regular size pens or even minis (which are Mya’s favorite). What’s not to love when you can get a 20 pack of pens in so many colors?

They come in colors like; Blue, Red, Green, Turquoise , Purple, Pink, Burgundy, Hunter Green, Navy,  and so many more. With a rubber grip on them it makes writing or drawing with them super easy.

FriXion is perfect for kids. It’s full of colors and if you make a mistake you can just erase it. I remember pens that erased when I was a kid so having these just brings me back and I love it. They are also so easy to write with and for the little ones that’s super important.

This idea is amazing, and I will have to confess, it’s not my own. Pilot shared it with me and I thought it was too good not share with you as well. Since their pens are sensitive to heat you can use this to your advantage. Have your kid write a letter to Santa. Then place the letter in the microwave for about 45 seconds. Watch the magic happen as the ink disappears and gets delivered to Santa’s workshop.

Have you given a journal as a gift and do you make sure there is a good pen with? Thoughts on this Santa letter? You need to try it and let me know what happened.

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  1. i love G2 pens. they write so well. the absolute best. happy thanksgiving.

    Joy at The Joyous Living

  2. No, I haven't yet. I would love to, though. I would love to know what they are feeling, seeing, thinking and planning.

  3. I love Pilot Pens. I think I should get this for Christmas for my friends. Yey!

  4. Kristine Nicole AlessandraFriday, November 29, 2019

    I love having new pens in various colors. I love to doodle and gel pens/colored pens are always a much appreciated gift.

  5. I LOVE these pens! I'm left handed so a lot of ink smears but I haven't had that problem with this one!

  6. I love the idea of giving a journal as a gift! Especially with nice pens!

  7. Wow! This is awesome and I am the type of person who'd be happy to receive one. The Precise V5 looks really nice and I love the design. Can't wait to check if this is already available locally. :)

    The G2 mini is also love. :)

  8. I would personally love this pen set as a gift. I love bullet journal