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    I need a good white ink pad. Does anyone know if the one by colorbok is good? What brand do you use/prefer? Thanks!
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    Ewww - can't wait to hear some answers, been thinking of this for awhile myself. Thanks for posting Cindy......

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    hmm, I think the white inkpad I got was some kind of shimmery thing. I got it a long time ago. Then any others came from my friend. I don't even know where my white one is.

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    Did you want pigment or dye ink?

    I just bought the Stampabilities white pigment ink pad at HL and it works fine. Really like what it looks like on dark paper/cardstock, but it doesn't seem to emboss well. It's either not juicy enough or it dries too fast.

    I'm not familiar with Colorbok.

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    It really depends on what you want it for. I think any white pigment ink pad will be fine for paper, but I really like my Staz-on white stamp pad for metal and other materials.
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    I agree about the Staz-on pad but also like the ones from Stampin' Up quite a bit. Their products are great and they stand by their stuff.

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    I have a Memories dye ink pad and also a stampabiliteis (pgment ink) they both work really well. I think the stampabilities is a bit more juicy b/c of the the pad itself. The Memories has what looks like a linen pad where the other is spongy looking.
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    I have a chalk one that I'm not that fond of. I also have a cheapy from ACM that seems to work okay.

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    I have the Stazon opaque and a Jo's brand cheapy one. Iused the cheapy one on the vines on the drop spine box I did. The opaque didn't show up on the purple paper. So it really does depend on what you are using it on and what look you want.
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    Cindy.. the white ink pad that I use and wouldn't change for anything else is BRILLIANCE by Tsukineko .. colour is "Moonlight White" I've never had a problem with it and it always looks good. It's a pigment ink.

    Hope this is of some help.. I guess it all depends on what you are stamping.

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