Recommended markers for schedule stamps
These markers are also used for the sample, schedule stamp.
I always use it to color in the Saturday and Sunday sections of my monthly calendar.
I also use
these markers for weekly calendars in my Bullet Journal, and in many other places.
The 2-tone color marker <MARKTAS> is a marking pen with two different colors on a single nib.
It reduces the number of markers you need to carry around, and is less bulky in your pen case.
Also, since two similar colors can be applied with a single marker, notebooks can be organized in a neat and clear manner.
Limited edition set inspired by three themes
set includes three pens with nibs in two shades of gray and six colors: "Morandi Color," inspired by the works of 20th century painter Morandi, and
"Japanese Color," which evokes a traditional Japanese scene.
These are limited edition colors and are no longer in stock at the manufacturer.
There are no plans to restock.
Colors inspired by the works of 20th century painter Morandi,
calm and chic. The color is stylish and not too bright.
It is useful as an accent color for your schedule book.
- Morandi Ochre
- Morandi Olive
- Morandi Magenta
Sumire-iro and Momo-iro can be used to mark Saturdays and Sundays, colors that evoke traditional Japanese scenes.
These markers can be used for anything.
- Japanese yellow
- peach green
Starter Kits" with a variety of sets are also available.
Starter kits are also available, which include convenient sticky notes and memos to enjoy stamping.
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Stamps are available on each page
Please check the stamps on each page for details.
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Ink pads and cleaners are also available.
We also have "ink pads" in colors that match the image of the stamp.
A "cleaner" is also an essential item for the care of your stamps.
Please bring them with you.
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