I love this product so much it is great and no clean up after I'm done painting. How great is that! Drying time is very quick too! I did my first binding book and painted the cover with this dabber and I've been hooked since! I'm going to buy the rest of these colors to add to my collection, because my husband has his eyes on these and I have to buy him one so he won't steal mines! lol A MUST BUY! You won't be disappointed!
Used in this image: zutter pink book
I LOVE this product. I have been searching for something like this for so long! I use it to add a white-washed look to photos and paper accents. It puts out just the right amount of paint. And it's so easy to use-- much better than getting out acrylic paint and a brush and all that mess. Love it!
If you don't know what color to add to your edges (or as a great background color) use the white to highlight edges instead of the common tagboard.
I used this on blank chipboard and I had to use several coats, but I got extremely good coverage with it!!! It is a bright white when it dries and very easy to apply. As I dabbed it on my chipboard, I got little airbubbles in the paint, but it didn't dry like that, so I was very happy with it!!
Used in this layout: First Bottle
I tried to use this dabber ink on a brass stencil, but I couldn't get a clear image. but the ink is a good white color on a dark background. I ended up putting the ink on a stamp pad and then putting it on the stencil. Then I got the result that I wanted.
i bought the shell pink - and that was amazing, it was thick and had great opaque coverage. the snow white however was more watery than the shell pink - i prefered the shell pink coverage more
Sometimes have trouble getting the ink the level of coverage I want. On the other hand, is not as messy as the paint and brush.
Used in this layout: Back Home
This was my first paint dabber purchase and I was horribly disappointed. The white paint has horrible coverage -- even after two coats it was unable to turn the plain chipboard to a bright white. I almost gave up on all paint dabbers, but I am glad I didn't because the metallic ones are excellant (and if you want a white paint the metallic pearl is beautiful and has great coverage). The only reason to buy this snow white color would be if you want to have that whitewashed look -- a kind of rustic still-see-what-is-underneath look.