(Closed) Ivory Calligraphy Ink Pen

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

Hmm I’ve only ever used black. I’m finding glinear silver, what are your wedding colors and specifically envelope? We can brainstorm!

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I get supplies online from http://www.paperinkarts.com and for white, I use Daley Rowney Pro-White, which comes very thick, but you spoon a little out and mix it with water (distilled, if you’re serious like that!) to get a good consistency. You want it on the thick side to begin with because you need the pigment to be opaque and sit on top of the paper, rather than bleed into it. And be sure to scratch a few lines because it will have a tendency to bubble and drip for the first intial passes. You might have to experiment a little to get the right consistency, but it works fine for me overall. 

I dont’ know where you get specifically ivory ink, but you can get the Daley Rowney and mix it with a scant amount of yellow or peach ink to get the right color. 

Another ink that I’ve heard of but have never tried myself is Ziller Ink North Wind White. 

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