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Knight White Card

Knight White Card

Melissa’s been busy testing again and this time she gave Knight White a go. It’s super smooth and bright white, overall Melissa thinks it has a great thickness, it’s a nice, bright white and it cuts smoothly with a trimmer.

Copic Colouring Test

Products used for this test

Ink Used for Image: MFT Extreme Black
Ink Used for Sentiment: Versafine Clair Nocturne
Medium used for Colouring: Copic Markers
Other Products Used: Shimmer Pen & Glossy Accents

Thoughts after the test

  • I found that it was a little hard to blend the Copic markers and they did bleed outside the stamped image but only slightly.
  • The Versafine Clair ink did not dry fast on this cardstock and it smudged a little when I coloured the image.
  • The Shimmer Pen and Glossy Accents did not warp this card.

Ink Blending Through Stencil Test

Products used in this test

Ink Used:  Distress Oxide Peacock Feathers
Other Products Used:  Blending Brush

Thoughts after the test

  • The ink blended well onto the card.
  • Not so vibrant when completed, colour seems to soak into the card a little.
  • Still happy with the results.

Ink Blended then spritzed with water

Products used in this test

Ink Used:  Distress Oxide Peacock Feathers
Other Products Used:  Blending Brush, Water Spritz Bottle

Thoughts after the test

  • The ink blended well onto the card.
  • When spritzed with the water, it soaked in a little but I was still able to pick the water and colour up and got the effect.
  • Dried without warping.

Check out our Knight White (and Ivory) range that includes matching envelopes: