Alcohol markers that don’t break the bank!

Just wanted to share details of some lovely markers I bought from Amazon!

I am just getting into colouring in stamps , only have a few Promarkers which I really like, and I didn’t want to spend hundreds of pounds on markers so I checked out some of the sets on Amazon – I took a chance on this 80 set of alcohol markers for £19.…/dp/B08N3Y7W2K/ref=sr_1_5…

I was so pleased when I tried them out! 🙂They are EXCELLENT value for money, stunning vibrant colours, really nice for the price, come in a nice plastic carrying case as well, one end is a broad nib, one end is a fine tip.

The range of colours is superb and they lay down colour really well! They don’t smell much either like some alcohol markers.

I saw they are now down to one in stock, so check out the prices and reviews on similar alcohol markers, I am going to be getting some skin tones next!…

I have been trying them out and am super happy with them, I coloured in some stamps I had with them – I *really* like the jug in the inbuilt patterns on the machine – I just looked and actually every ScanNCut has the jug pattern (except for the US model SDX85) – so what I did was use the paper piercing kit to punch out one of the background patterns and then cut the jug from this in size that would look good with my stamps.

Super chuffed with the markers, will be using them a lot more! 🙂

2 thoughts on “Alcohol markers that don’t break the bank!

  1. Thanks for sharing this, I was always dubious of the Ink Lily pens Mel Heaton was consistently pushing. No surprise, your pens have sold out. Like you I have a fair few Promarkers and a decent set of alcohol markers from Amazon. You can get free tuition from loads of places rather than spending a fortune copying along with C&C. Great blog Yvonne

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    • Hello, and thanks so much for taking the time to post on my blog! 🙂

      I will be posting a lot more about the Amazon markers. and the Ink Lily pens in the near future, so keep an eye out for my upcoming posts!

      The Hethrone set I mentioned are very decent quality – they don’t give quite as smooth results as the Promarkers do, but they are excellent value for money.

      I doubt very much that the Ink Lily markers rival Copics in anyway, shape for form….

      I also bought this 168 set from Amazon today –

      Like the Hethrone markers, they seem to have the same names and numbers as the Ink Lily pens.

      Both the sets from Amazon have bullet tipped fine nibs instead of brush tips – however I’m more than happy to have bullet nibs seeing as I am saving £295!

      All the best and happy crafting!

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