The Uniball Signo White Pen is an ALL TIME favorite at Tracy Weinzapfel Studios (and best selling!)
This pen is perfect for doodling on your art, scrapbooking layouts, cards, and journaling. It does not matter what color paint, paper, or cardstock you use it with. You can even write on photos and stamped surfaces. Uni-ball is a fabulous pen that you will use so much that you will literally run out of ink.
Check out this video from Tracy! (these videos are torture for Tracy to have to watch, listen to herself and edit so hope you enjoy! Check out all Try Something with Tracy features! Feel free to email any questions to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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43 thoughts on “Try Something with Tracy – Uniball Signo White Pen”
here is another one…..”a random comment”
I really liked the demo video, after seeing you use this pen a lot, I have been using it too!! Thanks!:)
awesome! that is what I want to see!
Love this idea. I think you need to do a video on cleaning stencils 🙂
STAY TUNED!!!! Next video LOL!
I watched your prerecorded video for the first time last night. I’m excited to try and be at the live one next week. The pen was awesome! It added a fun detail & it surprised Me, how much it made Your art POP! Thanks for putting yourself out there for us. 🙂
Awesome Pam! Love to hear the feedback!
How about using the white pen for your main attraction on your painting…i.e. you have a colorful background, with the white pen draw your heart or flowers or both. hope I wrote this so you understand what I’m trying to say! LOL
Sounds like an awesome “Embrace the white space” one! Thanks!
How about oil pastels and watercolor crayons. And I adore my white pen!
I have watercolor crayons I just love! will do that
Me I love it
Love my white uniball signo pen. How about tips on the combination of colors, which ones go well together and mixing color or how to use the color wheel. Your try something with Tracy are very informative and entertaining.
GREAT IDEA! The color wheel is fun to look into!
I love that pen … can add pizazz to any painting, card or simply a freeflow doodle.
Love Love love this pen I have a growing collection of them!!!!! Love the info video !!!!
♥ thank you!
Thanks for showing the pen! How about doing an image transfer from a magazine or a photo of some flowers? then probably detail it out with pens or paint because it might not be a vivid as your usual work.. it might turn out cool!
I think it sounds fun!!! love my pen!
I LOVE Try it with Tracy! It helps to answer a lot of questions that pop up during your class!
Great video! Looking forward to the next one. Thanks for your inspiration.
I have been looking for a good white pen!
I highly recommend!
I never tried the pen until I watched your show. You got me hooked!
great thing to get hooked on 🙂
Random comment here…I can’t wait to get settled out west so I can get myself some of those awesome white pens and charcoal pencils and my craft mat and…LOL Great video, btw! 🙂
Awesome Denise and good luck with your MOVE!
luv signo !!!
I love how you use these pens and love the video that shows us how you use them!
Love the Uni-ball white Signo too. I have the Fude Pen on my wish list so I would love to learn more about it. You’re an inspiration for sure 🙂
Thanks Janet! I will share that one soon too!
Going to ve to give it a try. Have a hard time finding a versatile white pen. I’ve been using a white out pen…
Teresa I used to use white out pen but it dries and gunks up (my luck with it). This one works great!
What the world needs now – is love sweet love…
♥ love ya Dira!
Hi Tracy! This is my first time to your Try Something with Tracy video series. Thank you for sharing your beautiful spark and knowledge! Any videos on combining oil/acrylics with charcoal? I’d love to try this pen…seems to be soooo popular!
Hi Martice and thank you so much! I am glad you like the new series! I will be honest in that my experience with oil is limited however I am always expanding my learning and sharing so thanks for the suggestions. I do use charcoal and charcoal pencils and the Uniball signo works great with it. I do recommend a spray sealer or fixative after you charcoal and use your signo. The signo works great over the spray sealer too to make it pop!