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Old 10-16-2009, 03:24 AM   #41
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Default Elzybell Art Stamps have a white pen

Elzybells Art Stamps (UK) have an awesome white pen that is opaque: see this link.

I have tried lots of different brands of white pens - and been disappointed time and time again because they weren't opaque enough and all but disappeared on coloured cs, or the ink didn't flow smoothly and it 'skipped'. The Elzybells ones rocks for me!!
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Elzybells Art Stamps (UK) have an awesome white pen that is opaque: see this link.

I have tried lots of different brands of white pens - and been disappointed time and time again because they weren't opaque enough and all but disappeared on coloured cs, or the ink didn't flow smoothly and it 'skipped'. The Elzybells ones rocks for me!!
That looks like the Inssentials pen.
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I use the Signo pen. You can find them online quite a bit cheaper than what SU sells them for. In a pinch, I have used a white out pen.
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wow...thanks ladies...this has made for interesting reading...i have signos at the moment...but would love to source the sharpie one!!!

I find the signo is a little hit and miss....got it coz I was told it would run smoothly....sigh!

Sometimes, I would love to hunt the people at craft shows down when i get home and find it really doesn't do what they promised!
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Where did you find ur sharpie pen at? is the extra fine point that you have?
Yes, it's the Extra Fine. I was buying some art supplies and I found it at Merri Artist. I'm so glad I did, I am so done with the gel pens!
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Default Looking for the best WHITE gel pen

Hi ladies -- can anyone tell me what brand of white gel pens they use ??? Does anyone use the one that SU sells ?? Is it a true white when you use it or does it look watery ??? Thanks in advance -- any advice would be wonderful .. thanks Kim
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I like the Signo white gel pen. It flows really nice. I also have the Ranger one, but I think the Signo is more opaque. Here is a sample of what it looks like:

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...0&ppuser=45000
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I love the Sakura brand pen - their clear glitter pen is awesome also!
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Kristina Werner recently did a review on White Pens if you're interested in comparing them. There are some interesting results!
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There's a lot of info in this recent thread: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...d.php?t=463778
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I tried various different brands all of which people seemed to rave about, but I still couldn't get the effect I wanted. Then I got the whiteSakura souffle pen and I have stuck with that. I use mine to put the effect of snow into trees and I have been very happy with it. Hope that helps!
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I like the Signo too, I find that unlike other pens, it does not ever clump and not come out, and also it is a nice solid white, it stands out on cards!! Good luck in your search
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Default Suggestions for a good white pen?

I have here 3 different white pens and they are all awful for one reason or another. I could've sworn I had one that was awesome but it's disappeared.

1. Jelly Roll medium - disappears into the cardstock
2. ZIG Opaque writer - very unreliable ink flow
3., Galaxy Marker - too thick and ink doesn't flow evenly

Any tips for a good white pen and where can I get it quickly? (I need it for Christmas cards!)

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Try the Sharpie extra fine poster paint pen. Awesome. I threw all my other white pens away, lol!
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hands down... uniball white pen. works for ever is stored laying flat. LOVE it!
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I got my Signo uniball from SU. I've used it on my Christmas cards to do a lot of coloring of snow on rooftops. I used the cuttlebug folder "Winter Houses" this year and it has about five little cottages, a church, two trees and a fence. It did all the roofs, trees and fence and the ink flowed so nice and smooth. I did buy an extra white gel pen at Michael's last weekend for a back up in case I ran out. Boy, was that a waste of money. Doesn't work really at all. I've gotten all my cards done and it does look like there is plenty of ink left in the uniball. It was fantastic.
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With the Gelly Roll pen, make sure that you aren't using the Glaze Pen, because it's clear. The white pen works great for me. It's the only one I'll use now.
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search kristina werner's blog. she did a comparison about a month ago. very interesting!
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I like these Uniball pens:

fine tip:
http://www.jetpens.com/product_info....oducts_id/1319

box of broad tip:
http://www.jetpens.com/product_info....oducts_id/1622

Jetpens gives free shipping over $25, so I went ahead and bought the box plus two fine-tipped white pens. It came out to be about $2.10 per pen.

As soon as I got the shipment, I tried them all out and they are great!! I am thrilled with the fine-tipped ones.

I think the broad tipped white pen is the one that SU! sells as well.
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I love the Signo Uniball, but the Pentel Hybrid gel roller does just the same job.

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Signo Uniball is hands down my favorite. I bought 2 of them 2 years ago from a pen place I googled, paid 2 bucks each and I'm still using the first one with no end in sight yet!
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Signo white pen from Archiver's is the best. They also carry it in gold and silber.
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No comparison. Signo white uniball pen is the best. I have had mine over 2 years and it writes beautifully. I store it flat and it always writes.
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Thanks for the tips - heading out in about an hour in hopes of finding and comparing based on all the feedback.

Thanks everyone!
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I have the worst luck with gel pens. I was so excited a few years ago to find the uni-ball signo white gel pen that SUP sold. It wrote smoothly with no skips. The other day I picked it up and found that it won't write at all. I've scribbled and scribbled with not so much as a speck of ink. Is it trash? Or can I get the ink flowing somehow? It has been stored horizontally which I thought was what I was supposed to do. Was I wrong?
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Storing horizontally is part of it. I remember years ago reading a thing by one of the manufacturers that the single best thing to do to keep the ink flowing is to use the pen on a regular basis. Doesn't have to be extensive use...maybe even just a few swipes to make a line or something. But the ink needs to be kept flowing or it will dry out in the ball point mechanism.

I know I've heard some pretty "out there" ways to get ink flowing over the years, lol! I remember one about taking the pen apart and blowing through the tube, or warming it under warm water. Sadly, my solution (due to lack of patience) is to just buy a new one. So now I keep my gel pens front and center on my desk and try to remember to scribble with them from time to time.
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Sorry if this sounds gross - I suck mine! I don't have the Signo one so I don't know if it works with that but it's my first trick with any pen of that sort that stops working when there's still ink in the barrel. I just suck (pretty hard but keep your tongue clear of the tip) and then scribble and repeat a few times if necessary. Nine times out of ten it works
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I've also heated the tip up with a lighter. Only for a second because the tip will melt. It helps to expand the metal so the little ball can roll again.
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Angelnorth..you are a freakin' genius!! I tried this little trick last night...low and behold... INK!!!! It probably isn't very sanitary or you could probably poison yourself..but it works! Go figure..... Thanks
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I figure that you'd be very unlucky to to get the ink actually spurt into your mouth! I think it's probably to do with changing the pressure in the barrel rather than really sucking the ink through, IYSWIM. The type of pen with the roller ball is the only one I'd do this with - anything with any kind of chemical smell that stops working gets ditched (or refilled if it's refillable).
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I figure that you'd be very unlucky to to get the ink actually spurt into your mouth! I think it's probably to do with changing the pressure in the barrel rather than really sucking the ink through, IYSWIM. The type of pen with the roller ball is the only one I'd do this with - anything with any kind of chemical smell that stops working gets ditched (or refilled if it's refillable).
And here I was picturing some really pretty lips and tongues being displayed!
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Ha ha...visual very disturbing!! LOL.
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Sorry if this sounds gross - I suck mine! I don't have the Signo one so I don't know if it works with that but it's my first trick with any pen of that sort that stops working when there's still ink in the barrel. I just suck (pretty hard but keep your tongue clear of the tip) and then scribble and repeat a few times if necessary. Nine times out of ten it works

OMG, it worked!!
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I thought I'd saved a thread about how to get ink flowing again in white gel pens, but now can't find it. Anyone have any tips? I think I remember something about taking the barrel out of the pen and blowing through it. I tried doing this and think it might have helped the ink to flow, but the ball doesn't seem to be moving around on the paper.
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I've read to try scribbling on the back of your hand. I think the reason for that is that the moisture from any sweat will help get it flowing. I think any way of moistening it will help, it certainly shouldn't do any harm.
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Yep, I have good luck with scribbling on the soft part between the back of my thumb and forefinger. I think the skin has enough texture and 'give' to get the ball rolling again (pun intended). If not, spring for a new one and the SU signo gel pens are by far the best in terms of staying "rolling" longer!
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Yep, I have good luck with scribbling on the soft part between the back of my thumb and forefinger. I think the skin has enough texture and 'give' to get the ball rolling again (pun intended). If not, spring for a new one and the SU signo gel pens are by far the best in terms of staying "rolling" longer!
I agree! Another vote for the SU white gel pens, they are the best!
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I have had the best luck with the Sakura white gel pens. The Signo pens always die before they are half-way empty. The Inkssentials aren't any better.
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I've had little luck with the Signo white pens, but once I found Inkssentials (by Ranger) white pens, I've been "sold".
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I am not a "trained professional", so try this suggestion at your own risk. I have very briefly held the point of the pen in the flame of a Bic lighter and it seemed to start it flowing again.
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