Gelly Roll Pens – Classic Medium & Fine Point Roller Ball Pens

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In this video, we’ll introduce Gelly Roll Fine point and Medium point pens in the Classic series. We’ll also show you some writing samples and talk about how easy these pens are to write with, thanks to their roller ball design.

Classic White Ink on Navy Blue

One of the Classic series pen colors is White which comes in handy for writing on dark items such as this navy Pelagus envelope. You can see how a white address really pops!

Gelly Roll Classic White Medium pen

Classic Hot Pink Ink on White

Next, we’ll use the Hot Pink pen to show how nicely colors can appear on a light, white paper.

Gelly Roll Classic Hot Pink Medium pen

Our Classic Gelly Roll pens work best on the smooth, matte finish papers like those shown in this video. But remember, we have all kinds of other Gelly Roll pen colors and styles that work better with some of our other types of paper stocks.

If you have any questions about Gelly Roll pens, don’t hesitate to comment. We’d love to hear from you!

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4 Comments

  1. Francine says:

    Hello,
    I would like to know which gelly pen to use on a party favor tag. I would like a fine point pen in pastel colors
    Thank you in advance for your time
    Francine

  2. JB says:

    Hi Francine,

    Thank you for your interest in our Gelly Roll Pens. In testing the different Gelly Roll pen categories (Classic, Metallic, Moonlight, Stardust, Silver Shadow, Gold Shadow), we find that pens within the different categories, and even specific colors within a category, have different writing characteristics on different paper color and paper finishes. Have you had a chance to watch all 5 videos that we’ve produced?

    Gelly Roll Pens – Classic Medium & Fine Point Roller Ball Pens

    Gelly Roll Metallic Pens – Smooth Flowing, Comfortable Writing

    Fluorescent Glow in the Dark Pens!

    Gelly Roll Pens-Sparkling Stardust, Metallic Inks

    Silver & Gold Shadow Metallic Pens With Outline Colors

    These videos give you our best advice using real paper and writing examples to help you make a decision. You will want to give special consideration to the color and finish of you party favor tag.

  3. scott says:

    Hi, I was wondering what you thought of a lefty using the white pen to sign photos? I’m concerned with smearing.
    Thanks!