*WIN* A Set of Magic Pens for your little artist

Do you have a little artist at home, who would love a set of these magic pens? My little ones LOVE these pens because they make things a little bit more interesting than your standard set of felt tip pens. This set of 25 Amazing Pens from Marvin’s Magic that can transform and erase colours! This makes art work creations lots of fun!

Create amazing patterns with this clever set with pens that can change colour, erase colours easily and even write invisible messages. Built with durable, shock-proof tips, draw in one colour and the magic activator pen will change to another colour. Create 3D letters and make magical pictures to proudly display or use the special pen to reveal your secret messages.

These are also washable, so a firm favourite with parents! These are available from Wicked Uncle for £15.00.

Competition Time

To be in the running to win a set of these brilliant pens, just complete the easy widget below.

*WIN* A Set of Magic Pens


  • Giveaway will run until June 16th 2022.
  • There is one prize to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
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  1. I loved colouring and drawing as a child, I was always writing stories and drawing pictures for them!

    1. hi! Im Amber radcousky! I just turned 48 so im a little over the age thing. I have a kid who is a great artist her name is Iris. Could you send us the set of magic pens because Iris really wants them ( she is begging for them)! But I couldn’t find any online. So I looked around on google and found this website! I hope you can give it to us and soon because Iris has looked herself in her room and wont come out (we have to put food and water next to the door) until she has the colouring pens.

  2. Yes I really enjoyed colouring. Growing up on a farm gave me great inspiration for drawing and colouring

  3. I loved colouring as a child, I still do now. Colouring helps take my mind off things, as well as being creative and crafty in other ways too.

  4. There was no internet, ipad or phone with colour on it when I was young so colouring is was all I got. I remember completed four thick colouring cooks and being so proud.

  5. Used to love colouring as I could never draw as well as I wanted to & used to get frustrated by my inability

  6. Yes! I whiled away many happy hours colouring and usually presented the pictures to my fmily.

  7. I was forever drawing when I was younger, always had piles of paper on my bedroom floor.

  8. I was a quiet child so really enjoyed my book and colouring books. My favourite thing to colour was cottages

  9. I did love colouring as a child and have been known to colour in occasionally as an adult.

  10. I loved colouring as a kid, i don’t know why i don’t do it as an adult, its so relaxing!

  11. Yes I loved it. I numbered all the pages in my colouring books and went through them page by page. I was deadly serious about it!

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