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My favourite was a Joann's Essentials white pigment pad but I noticed the last time I was in the States, they didn't have them anymore---booo!!! I might have to find the Ranger one and give it a try. I usually just use white embossing powder when I want a white image now.
I love love love the Studio G white ink. I've tried a lot of the other expensive ones and ended up throwing them in the trash or giving them away because the don't perform nearly as well as the little cheap Studio G ink cubes. The Studio G works perfectly with clear stamps too. For the price, it was worth the risk, and it paid off.
It depends what I'm stamping on: for acetate and glossy black paper, it's gotta be white StazOn, but I like SU's white craft for stamping on dark cardstock. For white-on-white, I like the Colorbox even though it has to be heat-set if you don't want to wait for it to dry. My favorite shimmery white ink is Brilliance Moonlight White: it looks amazing on SU's shimmery white cardstock when embossed with Fine Detail clear embossing powder.
Add me to the Studio G white ink pad fan club. I love it.
I also mix white goauche paint & glycerin together for a pretty white ink pad. I think I might have spelled goauche wrong. Forgive me if I did. I have a fever in hundred plus degree weather so spelling is not my strong suit today. My spell checker never knows what I am talking about when it comes to art supplies.
I am really liking the Donna Salazar's Mix'd Media Inx (made by Clearsnap).....Jasmine is the name of the white pad. It dries fairly fast but isn't too goopy! I have almost all of the colors in that line and just love them!
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Hey guys, Just wanted to thank those who suggested the Colorbox Frost White pad. I was in Hobby Lobby yesterday and picked one up. Used a 40% off coupon making it only $3.59. I love it! It takes a bit to dry, but it is very opaque and stamps wonderfully! I am one happy stamper!
I am a fan of the Studio G also, but I ran out and couldn't get my hands on any more of it. I tried the Stazon Opaque Cotton White and it was awful. I couldn't get a good image to show up. I finally tried reinking it with the refill that came in the package and I got one good stamp out of it before it wouldn't show up again. I decided I wasn't going to waste my money buying refills all the time. I'm thinking about trying out the SU! Whisper White but haven't placed the order yet.
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After trying quite a few different white inks, all of which came highly recommended, I finally found the one that works best for me – the Hero Hues (chalk) white, which I believe is called Snow. I wish you success in your mission!