I recently bought a new pencil. I know, I know, it’s an art supply, how can that warrant excitment? Well, Leonardo Pereznieto is the artist behind it, and he worked with a German company to create this spectacular little tool. And since it had me thinking scientific voodoo was going on in how it operates – I decided to combine it with the scientific achievement of Apollo 11 and make a video! See more info in this post below after you watch it.
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Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube
The eraser lives under the silver cap. I’m betting I’ll need to beg them for a new cap at some point. #klutz lol
In the supply list I’ve linked a bunch of different polaroid dies (I like the size of the EH ones because you can fit a bunch on one card nicely) – as well as a bunch of different space stamps.
The spiral sketchbook has the same paper as the Stonehenge pad I’ve been recommending for pencil work. Love the surface and texture.
- Tutto3, black
- Tutto3, silver
- Stonehenge Spiral Sketchbook
- Stonehenge Pad
- MFT Stamps, Space Explorer
- Instant Photo Frames Essentials By Ellen Designer Dies
- Gravel Gray, My Favorite Things Dye Ink Pad
- More Photo frame dies:
- Polaroid Shaker Frame, My Favorite Things
- Lawn Cuts Dies, Say Cheese, Again
- Lawn Cuts Dies, Selfie Frames
- More Space themed stamps:
- Far Out, Doodlebug Clear Stamps
- Lawn Fawn Clear Stamps, Beam Me Up
- Mama Elephant Clear Stamps, Space Bears
- Reverse Confetti Clear Stamps, Moon Men