3 Popular Stabilo Colouring Pens

Colouring has always been a popular activity for kids.With the trend for adults using the pastime for therapy we thought we’d feature 3 Stabilo Colouring Pens, suitable for artists & kids alike.

Stabilo Trio Scribbi Felt Pen


Stabilo Trio Scribbi Violet

With its push resistant thick tip the award winning Stabilo Trio Scribbi is almost indestructible making it ideal for the young budding artist just starting out on their first work of art. With its triangular ergonomic grip & chunky barrel the Scribbi helps children get a tight grip of the pen. They write a 1.5 – 2.0mm line & there are 12 vibrant washable colours to choose from.

Stabilo Pen 68 Fibre Tipped Pen


Stabilo Pen 68 LightGreen

The Stabilo Pen 68 is great for underlining or colouring large areas. The fibre tipped nib writes a 1mm line & the cap can be left off for up to 24 hours before drying out. These pens have a push resistant tip that allows the odourless water based aquarellable pigment ink to flow evenly. Aquarelle is one of oldest forms of painting, this technique can be used to create a transparent washed out blurred look. The Stabilo 68 range is huge with 46 colours to choose from including 6 fluorescent shades.

Stabilo Cappi Colouring Pens – Wallet of 12


Stabilo Cappi W12

The ergonomic grip on the Cappi Colouring Pens is ideal for little hands & the tube shaped design prevents them from rolling away easily.

These fibre tipped pens write a 1mm line & as well as coming in a handy wallet. The Cappi has a ringed cap making it easy to tie them together, it can also guard against them slipping through small hands. They are a child friendly colouring pen with ventilated caps just in case they are swallowed & the ink can be washed away.

If you you’re looking for some ideas or inspiration for the next colouring project why not take a look at the Win & Fun page.

We hope you found our selection useful, please let us know if there is anything you would like to see in future posts we would love to hear from you.

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Tony Bridges

As a seasoned journalist and freelance writer, I've spent over three decades telling stories and exploring the world through the written word. With a passion for writing instruments, I found my niche at The Pen Vibe, a blog that shares our collective fascination with pens, pencils, and other tools that have shaped the art of writing.

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