Noodler’s Dragon Catfish Pink was created to be used as a highlighting ink. Because I’ve had some of these specialty inks turn to goo in the sample bottle, I would not put them in a fountain pen.
I use these inks in Preppy Refillable Highlighters – I also buy the converter because it seems to keep things a little more simple for me. Honestly, I’m not sure I’d buy it again because there are so many wonderful highlighting pens out there already.
What do you think?
Here’s a link to my full review of Private Reserve Arabian Rose.
Pelikan Edelstein Turmaline
Noodler’s makes several highlighting inks. These work wonderfully in Preppy refillable markers and highlighters. (Perhaps in other brands, too, but this is what I’ve used.)
The color of this one is definitely bright pink and doesn’t remind me much at all of peaches. That said, I like it quite a bit.
BOOM! I’ve written with Akkerman Pulchri Pink, but haven’t gotten to the review. Will do soon! BOOM!
Boom! In your face with PW Akkerman Mauritshuis Magenta.
I’ve not reviewed this one yet, but that color is really pulling me in!
Happy Anniversary, Mr. Pentulant.
Here are some Fun Facts about us . . .
- We’re celebrating our second wedding anniversary today
- We’ve been together forever
- Neither of us thought we’d up with the amazing life we have together
- He makes me laugh every single day
- We are the perfect combination of “birds of a feather flock together,” and “opposites attract”
- We are our priority. Period.
Oh yeah, and we have a secret handshake – or two.
I’ve not used this ink – but dang – I need to! Have you tried it and loved it? Please don’t say if you hated it..haha..I want to love it!