We all want our whites to look white…not just our socks, either! There are a lot of different ways to color something to make the white pop, so today we’ll compare white pens and other mediums to see how they all look on desert storm cardstock.
The stamp set is a brand new one from Avery Elle – it comes with a couple of the cloud sentiments, so it works great for a variety of types of cards. Enjoy the video – and be sure to stay tuned to the end for the list of winners of my 10,000 subscriber giveaway a few weeks ago! Watch the video below, or click HERE to watch it in HD on YouTube.
Compare white pens and more
It was fun to play around with all of these white mediums – I had always wondered how they’d do in a head-to-head test. Each one has its place though; even though I don’t use the Sakura very often, and the comparison made it look like it lost – the pen makes a thin enough line that sometimes I pull it out to make a super-thin white line. One pen I didn’t include is Ranger’s Inkssentials…I have a dozen in my drawer that don’t work consistently, so I don’t tend to even think to pull it out to try. But I’m glad I did finally compare white pens and other mediums that are in my little pen cup!
I enjoyed trying different Copic Marker colors to create a variety of planes as well…and each of the winners in the giveaway will receive one of them! Woohoo!
- Avery Elle Set Fly By is no longer available…how about Peek-A-Boo Flight
- Neenah Environment Desert Storm Cardstock, 25 pk
- Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
- Copic Multiliner
- Sakura White Gelly Roll
- Copic Marker Opaque White Water-Based Paint with Brush
- Copic Marker Opaque White
- White Uni-ball Gel Pen: EH – AMZ – BLICK
- White Prismacolor Pencil
- Hero Arts Unicorn White Spray no longer available