Tried the American Crafts Galaxy. Hated it. Tried the Uniball Signo, couldn't get it to flow smoothly for me. Tried this one. LOVED IT. I haven't had any problems using it on textured or regular cardstock. The smell isn't something that different from a regular sharpie. The fine tip isn't really a "fine" tip like most pens, but good enough for journaling. So far, the best white pen I've found.
Used in this project: the funhouse
I use this pen on pretty much every single LO I do. It's fine point is wonderful. It does not seep through my paper and always leaves me with a happy outcome. BUY THIS PEN!
Used in this project: Patrizzia AKA Mommy
This is the best white sharpie that I have found. Even the one's that I have bought from Michales isn't nearly as good as the one I found right here at SB.com. This thing is great!!! I even used it to cover up a few chip marks my husband had put in the wall when he was moving our 60" TV lol...
i read rave review after review of this and it is what it says. It's easy to use and doesn't glob or drip like the Zig paint pens. I love using it for doodling and coloring in stencils
Used in this project: True Blue
This is a fantastic marker for detail - just make sure to shake it REALLY well before you write with it, or it won't write correctly.
Used in this project: Altered anniversary envelope
One of the few white pens I've bought that work without skipping. When it went on sale, I bought a couple extra for my supply stash!
This is a good pen for writing on darker papers. The point is finer than most and the writing comes out clearer.
I use this pen to write on acrylic, transparencies, etc. Best white pen for this medium.
I saw this pen used during a video tutoring lesson and had to have it.
I own all the white pens I could find. This one is my favourite. I have both the Fine and Extra-fine point. Unlike the Signo, it won't stop giving ink in the middle of journaling. Opaque and without odour (if there's an odour, it might be the oil-based Sharpie not the water-based) it's perfect to use on any CS or pp and even on photographs. The only negative aspect of this pen is that it has a tendency to splash a little when you press too hard or when you mix the ink before using it. But a little practice solves the problem.
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