I bought this on the assumption that is was opaque white. It's not. The stamp I had in mind was a silhouette of bare winter trees and open grassy area. It looked awful and invisible on white paper. On black paper it looks very pretty and subtle. Adding clear embossing powder makes it look like an icy beautiful scene. It makes great glossy images. It's basically clear so works amazing for colored embossing powders. Translucent powders used with this are spectacular and delicate, opaque powders are pure and richly saturated. This "formula" of crafter ink is thicker and stickier than other colorbox inks. I dunno if it's only this color or not. It is a bit to "sticky" for delicate high detail stamps. All in all I like it.
But it isn't like other inks, it's basically clear, and it has a long dry time.
This ink is useless for me. I think I ordered it by mistake. I've used ColorBox before, but not the Crafter's Ink. On card stock it disappears into the paper. Heating it doesn't change that. Thanks.