Art Journaling with Tea Stains
Watercolor Gelatos: A Feathered Forest

The Highlight of my Week

I'm a planner girl through and through. I love decorating them and using them to keep track all of the many projects and activities that make up my days. So when I come across a new tool to use in my planners I can hardly wait to give it a try. This was the case with these Gelatos® Highlighters. They're acid-free pigment sticks that glide on without water and give a nice vibrant color to your planner pages.   


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I used them in this week's planner layout and can tell you that they'll be something I keep in my planner bag.

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As I usually do, my planner pages are made up of a mixture of stamping and writing. I used one of my favorite pens which is a Essential Pitt Artist Pen and the stencils that come included in the the Gelatos Highlighters to draw my boxes and tick boxes.

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To add color, you can rub the Gelatos Highlighters directly from the stick onto your paper, or you can do as I do, which is to rub the pigment onto your finger and then use your finger as a "tool" to apply the color to your paper.

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I like the nice smooth finish you get when using your finger.

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The stencils are incredibly easy to use. Just place them where you want them and use a pen to outline the shape.


Apply the Gelatos Highlighters.

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And there you go, wonderfully pigmented color that you can write over.

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You can see here the rich color that these Highlighters add.

The pack comes with 4 different Gelatos Highlighters.

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Whether you're a planner girl, a student, or just like to highlight sections in your books or notebooks, I encourage you to give them a try. You just might find them to be the highlight of your week too!

xo, Belen



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