Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens Amazon Deal! (My FAVORITE)

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Amazon just dropped the price on the Paper Mate 12-Count Flair Felt Tip Pens to under $8, which is a great deal! It has excellent reviews, and ships free with Amazon Prime or Free Super Saver Shipping.

My daughter and I love these ~ they're our favorite pens!

Here are a few more deals:

Paper Mate 12-Count Flair Felt Tip Pens – Under $12

Paper Mate 6-Count Flair Felt Tip Pens – Under $6.50

Fineliner 48-Count Fine Tip Colored Writing Pens – Under $10

Paper Mate FlexGrip Elite Retractable Pens 12-Count – Under $7

Dixon Ticonderoga Pencils (96 ct) – Under 10

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Expo Chisel Tip 16-Pack Dry Erase Markers – Under $14

Sharpie Fine-Point Permanent Markers 21-Pack – $8.68

Paper Mate 12 Count Large Pink Pearl Erasers – Under $7

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Elmer's Washable Glue Sticks, Pack of 60 – Under $16

Elmer's Washable All-Purpose School Glue Sticks, Pack of 30 – Under $8.90

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Elmer’s Washable All-Purpose School Glue Sticks, Pack of 30 – Under $9

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Sharpie 24-Pack Fine-Point Color Burst Permanent Markers – Under $12

Westcott School Scissor Caddy and 24 Kids Scissors – Under $20

Westcott All Purpose Value Scissors (3 pk) – Under $5.30

Westcott 8″ Titanium Non-Stick Straight Scissors 3-Pack – Under $10

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Sharpie Chisel Markers 8-Pack – Under $7

Sharpie 12-Count Fine Point Permanent Markers – Under $6

Paper Mate InkJoy 16-Pack Retractable Ballpoint Pens – Under $5

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Comments

  1. Great to use with the Ultimate Home Checklist. 🙂

  2. I’m 61 & remember when these pens came out; i was in junior high & we all fell in love with them! they were colorful & wrote so smoothly, unlike most pens from those days. we would beg our moms to buy them for us, in all different colors, then we’d trade them with each other. i think that was the year we girls had the most colorful homework, which drove our teachers crazy. of course, then they were banned & we had to content ourselves with just writing notes with them or drawing on our binders! ah, memories!

  3. Laurie,
    Which do you like better for writing in your planner, etc, these pens or the Sharpies that you quite often find deals on?

    Thank you!
    Patti

  4. Laurie,

    Between this set of pens and the Sharpie pens (markers) you also like, which set to you like better? Thinking in terms of using on the Checklist.

    Thank you,
    Patti
    P.S. I apologize if this came through already, I can’t find it if it did.

  5. I always heard that Flair pens will eventually fade and are not safe for archival items, things you want to last as long as possible. Do you know if that is true? I want my planners to be readable for generations, I would kill to have my great grandmother’s journals and see what her life was like.

    • I’m not 100% sure on that Tabby – I tried to do a little research but couldn’t find anything for sure saying it was archival, and would hate to tell you the wrong thing! But I do think it would be so fun to have your journals available for other generations ~ such a lovely idea!

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