If you are truly obsessed with pens as I am, you have probably accumulated, as I have, a few pens that have absolutely no practical uses. Such a pen is the Sakura Gelly Roll Stardust in lime star which I bought for no other reason than that it had glittery lime green ink.
How could I pass by a pen with glittery lime green ink? I am NOT usually a glitter type of person, but sometimes you just have to indulge yourself. The only place I could see myself actually using this pen is in my art journal, but even then it would have to be used sparingly so as not to appear overdone.
So what sort of pen is the glittery lime green Gelly Roll? Well, it has a smooth, sleek body of clear frosted plastic, a cap with a hint of glitter in it, and the nice touch of an iridescent shooting star decoration on the clip.
The barcode is printed directly onto the pen rather than onto a sticker that I could remove, which is a bit annoying. It writes very smoothly, although the ink does have a habit of coming out all at once in a glob as you begin to write.
But seriously, it writes with glittery lime green ink - what more do you need to know?