There is something so eye-catching about white lettering, whether it be a dramatic white on black or a softer coloured background. Last week on the Creative Scrapbooker magazine blog, I shared 2 Mother’s Day projects, a framed quote and matching card, both with white lettering.

@kellycreates @csmscrapbooker #white #paint #pen #marker #handlettering #fauxcalligraphy #calligraphy #bobunny @kellycreates @csmscrapbooker #white #paint #pen #marker #handlettering #fauxcalligraphy #calligraphy #bobunnyFor the above quote, I also added a drop shadow in pencil to make the white lettering pop more on that light purple background paper.

@kellycreates @csmscrapbooker #white #paint #pen #marker #handlettering #fauxcalligraphy #calligraphy #bobunnyI also used a new white paint pen on the market from Ranger Dylusions, which come in a set of 2: white and black. The paper is BoBunny’s Secret Garden.  Isn’t this paper collection gorgeous?  To shop for these products, just click the pictures below, which are affiliate links:

To see more about these projects, click HERE to visit the Creative Scrapbooker blog.

Since most of us seem to be always searching for more white pen options, I decided to tell you about 3 white paint pens I use the most (plus the Sakura Gelly Roll) and made this video below to demonstrate them. Here are the affiliate links to these pens if you want to click on the picture and shop.


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Lettering with white pens can be challenging, but this video gives you some helpful tips!

Happy Crafting!

1 Comment on A Review of White Pens

  1. Michelle
    May 3, 2016 at 8:53 pm (6 months ago)



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