STABILO ARTY aquacolor Colouring Pencil Wallet of 36 SB71053

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STABILO's Arty range brings together a collection of their best products for all types of artwork.

Aquacolor colouring pencils are water-soluble and available in a bold range of colours. Can be used as they are - dry - or blended with water using a brush or waterbrush to create amazing watercolours. You can also use them on damp paper to achieve an instant blending effect, or apply a wet brush directly to the pencil lead.

2.8mm lead. Set of 36 assorted colours.

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Product Code:SB71053
Ink Type:Coloured Lead

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or 6 interest-free weekly payments for orders over £30 Laybuy.

£15.59 inc VAT £12.99 ex VAT

STABILO's Arty range brings together a collection of their best products for all types of artwork.

Aquacolor colouring pencils are water-soluble and available in a bold range of colours. Can be used as they are - dry - or blended with water using a brush or waterbrush to create amazing watercolours. You can also use them on damp paper to achieve an instant blending effect, or apply a wet brush directly to the pencil lead.

2.8mm lead. Set of 36 assorted colours.

Additional Information

Product Code:SB71053
Ink Type:Coloured Lead

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