October 5, 2007 - Posted by Elizabeth to Gel Ink Pens
White pens are an elegant part of any craft masterpiece. Writing with white gel pens on dark paper creates a sophisticated and distinctive look that works well with treasured memories such as wedding albums, black and white baby photo albums, and family memory books.
Your choice of which white pen to use depends on the type of craft you are working on.
Multi-Surface White Pens:
If you are working with different surface materials, try using a multi-surface white pen such as the Pilot Latte or Sakura Pen-Touch pen. These pens have inks that will allow them to write on a variety of different surfaces. The Pilot Latte is acid free and can write on plastic, glass, photos and more. It has a nice fine point so you can also use it for detail.
Broad White Pens:
If you are looking for a white pen that you want to show up boldly on your paper and craft projects, try the Uni-ball Signo Broad. It's acid free and it has a nice to flow it so you won't have any problems with skipping.
Fine White Pens:
If you're looking for more detail or you want a fine to medium tipped gel pen for your project, then the Sakura Souffle, Sakura Gelly Roll, Pentel Hybrid Gel, Pilot Latte and Uni-Ball Angelic will all fit your needs.
Overall, the JetPens favorites are the Uni-ball Signo Broad, Uni-Ball Angelic and Pilot Latte pens for their combination of quality and versatility.
See all our white pens here.
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