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Krink Fine Point Markers

April 22nd, 2008 · 3 Comments

Released for a limited time, with limited supplies– the Krink K-70 model. A fine pointed bullet-tip marker, it’s perfect for outdoor use, or in black books at home.

Naturally, it’s filled with that same black Krink ink you’ve come to trust. The stuff is a labor of love, designed at home and tested in the streets– there are many imitators, but no equals! Mmmm…I love the smell of black Krink! Thank you, KR!

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Posted by: kimberly phillips · Tags: art · graffiti

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  • 1 Deck // Jul 13, 2014 at 12:39 am

    Even if it was by the skin of your teeth – the samples are sperub & it does look like it all went swimmingly.All the best with the garage job – husband gets a skip periodically so NOTHING lingers – & if I’m not quick enough we lose things that then need buying…!!Paula (PEP)

  • 2 Kariny // Feb 18, 2015 at 8:54 pm

    ohmygosh i know, thannk you for votnig! now I have to annoy all of my friends again to vote for me for a different magazine (x I remember you made it in the top 10 last time, pleasee give me tips/advice on how to get people to vote! and YES I would love to meet up!

  • 3 Chin // Mar 23, 2015 at 8:03 am

    Thanks, Kristen! It was a close one. We won by the scum of our teeth, as my father-in-law is fond of sanyig:)Susan, thanks for hanging out! I’m sorry you couldn’t enter “The Writer’s Voice,” but good luck with your manuscript! What’s the genre?Yay, Sarah! Congratulations to you and PLAYING WITH FIRE!Julie, I can’t wait to read my answers, either! Guess I’d better get on that… :)Thanks for being our cheerleader, Amy!Thanks, Katie! And thanks for playing along.Kimberly, I certainly hope we get a few success stories out of this! And I’m sure plenty of the non-finalists will go on to find agents, too.Melodie, no kidding. THE COIN DIVER is amazing. And I’m telling you, the rest of the first five pages are amazing. I can’t wait to see where this manuscript takes Anna-Marie.