Monday, July 7, 2008

Summer Giveaway #2

Are you a StazOn fan? Then you are going to love WHITE StazOn. I have been working with white StazOn for just about 2 years now and I adore it but was surprised to learn how many people have not jumped on the wagon yet.

In order to be entered in the giveaway, answer the following: what kinds of things do you stamp with StazOn?
I will be drawing numbers using the random generator for those who post on the 7th only and announcing the winner by the 10th of July.



Good luck! Make sure you check back tomorrow for another giveaway.

136 comments:

Libby Hickson said...

Hmm - I'm sure I'll never win if I'm the first comment, but that's ok. :-) I use black stazon all the time, whenever I'm going to watercolor something.

Prnny said...

I've only you black stazon for coaster tiles.

Lighthousegirl said...

I love stazon - I have used the white - on acetate at Christmas to stamp snowmen and snowflakes, pretty colour paper behind and its totally scrummy.

I am also adicted to both black and stone grey for water colouring or images I want to use any pencil blending technique for

Love this stuff

Enjoy :-)

Christina said...

I didn't even know there was a white Stazon! I use black for stamping on fabric, glass, or acetate. I love the sharp black image it will stamp on paper for watercoloring, too!

Every good and perfect gift said...

I've never used StazOn, But it looks like a fantastic product. I hope I win.

Bunny B said...

I've never used StazOn! If I win, I definitely will start :)

Anonymous said...

I love Stazon! My fave is Timber Brown. I use it on tiles, canvas, water colouring, on acetate, you name it! Today's project is going to be making cd tins for my daughter's birthday invites. We are taking the best friends on a road trip to see a concert!

Love the staz on! Thanks for the opportunity.
Tanya

Anonymous said...

I didn't even know what stazon existed! Thanks for introducing it to me! I have only used the staz on ink so far for onesies. Great fun and great gifts!!

strent said...

I have always loved Stazon. Even more than my 'regular' ink pads, so there is not much that I don't use it on. I have most of the colors available and do agree with you: the white is fantastic: try it on brightly colored T-shirts with big bold prints for the kids!!!

Anonymous said...

I have used black StazOn for coaster tiles and watercoloring as it does not bleed. The white I use on acetate for cards and sour cream containers.
Love it !
Karen.

Jenn said...

I have been looking for a good white to stamp with!

As far as stamping with StazOn, I stamp on cloth with it! I love making baby onesies and burp clothes with it!

stamp500 said...

Unless I am heat embossing, I use my black or timber Staz On for everything.

Cheryl said...

The only thing I have used stazon on is on tiles that I made into coasters for Christmas gifts last year. I would love to be able to try the white. Actually, I don't have any white ink, come to think of it. thanks Alli.
cheryl Sims

Krisstee said...

I have black stazon and navy blue. I use both for water coloring and on tile coasters. I did not realize that there was a white one. I will have to look for that next time I go to Mike's.

Terri E. said...

I am quite boring and only use it on paper for watercoloring.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

I mostly use black for watercoloring, but I have used some of the colors on shrink plastic. I've also used it on acetate for acetate & tissue technique; inserted in a clear ornament; window cards; and clear cards.

Deanna said...

Ummm... everything that is not moving! LOL

Deanna

Sarah A said...

I've only used Stazon twice- once to make coasters and once on teh glass of picture frames. I even went shopping for this white Stazon locally over the weekend and couldn't find it! But I did learn there were so many more colors than I knew about!

Robyn said...

I use my Staz On when I want to use my aqua painter. I have always wanted to try the white.

melissa.flieg said...

I love Staz On. I use black all the time if I'm coloring an image with my Stampin Up markers or aqua painter. I like to use white staz on on velumn & acetate.

Anonymous said...

I use black or brown stazon for watercoloring images. I haven't used white yet though...
Melissa

Cynthia said...

I have stamped on glass, paper of course fabric and plastic. Its just great for any kind of medium. Thanks Cynthia

Aunt T said...

I love using Stazon inks. I have fun stamping on plain flip flops and then decorating them for my niece and nephew.

Teresa

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I use black almost all of the time...and I have recently used some of the white...to try the "black magic" technique. Oh it is fantastic. Mine is just about all out!

Linda L said...

White SO is on my wishlist:)))) I mostly use black when I am watercolouring or stamping on transparencies. Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

I love stazon ink pads. I just bought the timber brown and I'm just loving it. Thanks so much for the chance.

Karen said...

I only have the black stazon. I use it with acetate. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Bobbi said...

I don't have any stazon...imagine that!! I have fallen in love with my white pens, so I'm sure I would love the ink pad-thanks for the chance to win.

MelissaS said...

I keep searching for the perfect white ink pad. Is this it? Thanks for sharing :)

Mary Dawn said...

i've never tried the white, although i am pretty new to this hobby, so i haven't collected all of the nesseceties yet, i use black and brown stazon for images i'm planning to water color..i also use it for sentiments because of how crisply it stamps

maiahs_momma said...

I haven't tried white either, I do have the black, the brown stayz on and I really like using it.

Hugs,
catherine
www.mystampinggrounds.blogspot.com
catlevy@eastlink.ca

Chelle said...

i remember wanting to get the white, but i think i forgot to get it!! LOL i have every other color though...i did use them on coasters and when working with acetate...but, i haven't pulled then out lately...will have to review all these great comments and re-spark my love of them!
thanks!
chelle

wendy peatross said...

I usually use Staz-On for stamped images that I watercolor or marker or colored pencil on. The White would be fun to use and open up a lot of new ideas.

Erin said...

I don't have ANY Staz-On! I think I would love to use it on fabric projects! Thanks for treating us with blog candy!

cricketpe said...

I've never actually used Staz On before, but I think I am going to get some to use to make canvas totes as gifts for my bridesmaids.

Kim Ross said...

I'm a big fan of white StazOn... it's great for stamping on acetate and I made some fun holiday goodie bags sponging this ink onto clear cello bags with the Heidi Swapp snowflake mask. Divine! :)

LucyL said...

I have never used the white one, the black in some proyects as I continue learning

Kristie said...

fabric, fabric, fabric!!! I think the white stazon would be fabulous on a dark fabric. I'm thinking bags, shirts, onesies, burp cloths. The possibilities are endless!

Janet said...

I love stazon--I use the white mainly when I make acetate cards. I use the black for everything--image swaps, stamping on altered items, anything at all. I have two blues as well, that I use for just about anything. It's the best.

Mary K said...

I only have one StazOn ink in black. I bought it to stamp of acetate and was happy with the results. I've been meaning to get a few more colors evenually. White would be great for winter clear cards to stamp snowflakes!

Thanks for the chance at the blog candy.

Juanita said...

I have used Stazon for tiles, and glass and of course acetate

Regan said...

Oh- plastic, glass, vellum, acetate- pretty much everything

Maria said...

Oh how exciting - I didn't know there was white Staz-On as well. I use black on watercolour paper and acetate. Works well without smudging with Tombows.

Sara Paschal said...

I love this stuff, I use it on clear albums at the moment, such a fun medium. I als love it with acetate cards.

Mary said...

I use Staz-On to stamp on glass, but I'm loving the idea to stamp on acetate. I'm going to give it a try!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I've only used black staz on and love it. I've recently done iron/fabric stuff, which turned out great. btw, "Thanks!"...you inspired me to try this out.
Betty-Ann
wilhelmbar@sympatico.ca

Linda Yama said...

I love to heatset stazon then chalk over it,,, then when I am finished I use a workable fixitive. The fix cleans off your lines and you get a cool effect.

Niki Estes said...

I've been going to get a white staz on. I use the black for slick surfaces like vellum and acetate. Hope you had a great weekend!

Jennifer Love said...

I use StazOn with anything I'm going to watercolor on watercolor paper OR if I'm doing something with acetate or ceramic tiles or fabric. I love it!

Cindy Vernon said...

I use stazon for acetate and for watercoloring but I have never used white stazon.

LeAnne said...

I use black for watercoloring and use white to stamp snowflakes on SU's cello bags, then put cookies in them for Christmas gifts.
LeAnne

Amy said...

I use Stazon when I'm watercoloring. I love it -- especially the way it smells! lol!
The white has been on my list for quite a while, but I still haven't bought it yet.

Brenda said...

I have only used black stazon. I use it anytime I am watercoloring. The only other time I have used it was to make some ornaments last Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

Elaine said...

Hi Alli,
I stamp on acetate or acrylic with Staz On. Sometimes plastic, but only a couple times.
thanks for the giveaway!

hugs,
Elaine

AmyC said...

I have never seen/used the white stazon, but I have it in a few different colors. I use it all the time for water coloring stamped images, the magic colored pencil technique, and to stamp on transparencies to use as overlays for my projects.

Inkylin said...

I want to start making clear cards using acetate and Staz-On ink. This would be the perfect tool to start me on my clear card journey. Thank you for the chance to win.

Kristy Vernon said...

I like to use Black Staz-On on acrylic sheets, clothes, and other slippery surfaces. Thanks for the chance to win!

Missy said...

I have actually never used StazOn so this one be a fun one for me to win. Thanks for offering it up.

unvme618 said...

i like to use black staz on, on cloth. thanks for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I don't have any staz-on yet (I know tisk, tisk to me). I would like to have it in my "stash" to use. Thanks for this chance.
God Bless
Catherine M.

Diana said...

I didn't know they made a white stazon...I've been looking for a good white ink. I haven't ventured past cards for my black stazon (gives such a crisp image); think I'd like to try it on cloth, though.

Vickilyn said...

I have done a bunch of tiles with stazon - I have about 6-7 different colors!

April Hall said...

I LOVE StazOn! I have the black and timber brown, and use each of them when I watercolor or use my Prisma's and OMS.

Debbi said...

I have used black StazOn for acetate, glass, plastic, coasters, and tins. I especially like the crisp images I get when stamping on a coaster, I don't know of any other ink that works as well!

Anonymous said...

I only have Black Stazon - and have only used it for acetate! Based on some other responses, it look like I need to expand!! Have a great day. Heather J.

Christine McMullin said...

I only own black Stazon and it is my go-to ink for watercoloring ('cuz it dries faster than brilliance ink). I also use it for tiles, glass, etc. I've used white on black shrinky-dink plastic - LOVED IT (and I ended up with a cute necklace). I just haven't found white Stazon in my usual haunts...and I'm too forgetful to throw it into one of my online orders.

LaurieG said...

I have only used black and that was to do some watercoloring. The white would be a cool thing.

~Laurie G

Cori ... Hi Everyone!!! said...

I LOVE both the white & black stazon... but I only have the black. I use it to make coloring books & to watercolor my images. :)

Sandra C said...

Hi Alli,
This would be my first Staz-on pad if I win! I see from the other comments it's great for watercoloring which I'd love to do more of, maybe with a black pad.
Thanks for the chance,
Sandra

Christina Vertefeuille said...

Hi,
I have several colors of staz on and use them alot. I love to use them on acetate and glass. I have also used them on coasters and they have lasted so well. I don't have white and would love to get it. Thanks for the chance to win.
Thanks,
Christina Vertefeuille

Lissete said...

I guess I'm one of the ones that hasn't used it! :( If I win, I hope it comes with ideas & instructions as I am totally clueless!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I don't have a staz-on ink pad yet!but I would love to stamp on glass. Specifically jam jars. I think ribbons and fabric would be fun too.

Shaz
wall-to-wall-kids@mail.com

InspiredByInk said...

Hi Alli,
I like to stamp tile coasters with stazon... it really does stay! My fav is the olive green and the timber brown.

I have to say that sneak peek of your owl is AWESOME!! I can't wait for the full reveal on papertrey! He's so stinkin' cute! I was going to buy another set, but will be waiting to see yours! hoot! hoot!

Bobbie *Ü*

neodreamer said...

I've used it on acetate, glass and tin. I've only ever used black or blue so winning the white would be perfect. Thanks!

Sara said...

I use staz-On for most of my projects But I use it a lot on Metal mostly after I use my alcohol inks

Anonymous said...

I have used the Staz -On for a mini wipe off board on a tile and on a canvas tote bag! :) Kym

Leah said...

Hi! I've used Stazon ink on different craft items: mainly coasters, tiles, acetate, some fabric items, and glass ornaments and containers. It can be a little slippery but having the remover close by is a life-saver for any mistakes. I haven't tried the white yet!

Kristin O said...

I like to use it on tiles, coasters, glass plates, dominoes, etc. Thanks!

Sheri D said...

Hey Alli! I haven't had the chance to try this pad, but this would be a great opportunity. Thanks!

Mary said...

I've used StazOn for watercoloring, on cello bags, acetate, glass, tile, tin and metal. I have yet to use it on fabric but it's on my "to do" list!

Judy said...

I have only used the black Staz-On, and used it on acetate. I didn't realize from the previous comments that you can use it on so many different things ... will have to try something new!

Jessie said...

Hi Allie! I love my black stazon and I have red too! I use them for lots of cards and anything that is not cards! Have a great day! Jessie

TRINI S. said...

I use it whenever I am going to watercolor or for anything that is going to go onto fabric

Monique said...

I use it for any image I'm going to use a liquid medium to colour with. Also on too shiny brads and metal embellishments. I've been wondering about this WHITE StazOn for a while now. I'm still looking for a truly opaque white ink. Thanks for the chance to win this and try it.

Jenny said...

I use StazOn on everything! I expecially love it on chipboard and parts that I want to color in with markers and pencils since it won't smear! Great stuff!!!
Jenny
thedoerrs@hotmail.com

Mollie said...

How fun! My favorite thing to stamp on is cello bags...especially for Halloween:o)

Regina Cornelius said...

i ahev used white staz on to stamp on clear celo bags and acetate.
thank you!

DeniseLynn said...

Oh my I would LOVE to win this ... I've been eyeballing it at the store but have not yet splurged on it. I use other staz on colors on tiles and on acetate OR when I plan to water color an image after stamping. Oh white would be so fun to play with!

wendyp said...

I use Stazon for everything I stamp. Paper, fabric, transparencies, glass, plastic, metal...ok, you probably get the point, lol! Despite the fact that its the one ink I use the most I still haven't branched out and tried anything but black.

ALLY said...

I love Staz-On inks! I love stamping on transparencies with it!

Valonda L. said...

I use my Staz On all the time. I use it to stamp over painted surfaces (like when I paint chipboard pieces or something), stamping on acetate, glass, tiles, metal, mirrored cardstock, glossy cardstock, silk flowers and more. Looks great stamped on those really cool metal blossoms by Maya Road.

kim3timemom said...

I've only used Black Stazon..I LOVE It. I would love to try the white..I find myself so many times needing a good white ink (all that I have never dries)..and I think Stazon would be a great one to try. I use Stazon for watercoloring.

Thanks for the chance to win.

kim3timemom@yahoo dot com

Beth said...

I have stamped black StazOn on flat circle beads and created a cute bracelet - Beth

Carol said...

I've used the black Stazon for acetate and glossy paper. I haven't used the white yet, but I think this would also look good on the acetate.

Estivalia said...

I love Staz-On! it was the first black inkpad I ever got... it's such a deep gorgeus black and I love to use it on acetate.

I bet the white staz-on looks awesome on a clear card!

leenda said...

I use Stazon w/acetate.

Anonymous said...

I only have black staz on and I have used it on acetate.....would love to try the white staz on!!

Cindy C.
cac1957@hotmail.com

not neat freak said...

I use black StazOn to stamp my image before using watercolours.

Did you know you can use some gel pens as water colours too?

I also like to use it on acetate.

Alyssa Walters said...

I LOVE white StazOn for use on colored fabrics, i.e. colored baby onesies.

Erika said...

I love my StazOn! I use it to decorate Starbucks Frappacino bottles and then fill them with candy to give as little presents for a friendly pick-me-up!

Erika
Summerville,SC

Pat J said...

I stamped blue Stazon Easter eggs on a metal paint bucket to make my brand new grandson his first Easter "basket"

veronica said...

i like using stazon black on glossy paper. i also use it when i am watercoloring images, which i do a lot.
i keep seeing others use white ink to stamp, but i cannot get good results when i use it. maybe this is my problem, not using the right brand.

Sus said...

I've used Staz-On on my DD's juice box holder. I buffed the surface a bit to get off the gloss and then stamped her name.

chriseo said...

I love stazon white on acetate. You can't beat it for a wonderful snow overlay on any christmas card.

Kristen said...

I love using StazOn for watercoloring. It's nice not to have my image bleed while I'm coloring.

lisa2d said...

I use StazOn for just about everything. I have used it on glass, acetate, watercolor paper, and love it on glossy cardstock. If it was legal I probably would have tried it on my dog. Now I can't wait to try the white, I have all the other colors and the white is going to be so cool for Halloween cards......Ghosts

Anonymous said...

I don't have a Stazon pad, but I have used a friend's black one - I've used it to stamp on acetate, on tiles, and also on Arcoroc (smoky coloured glass) coffee mugs. I have a clear embossing powder called transcendence which can be used on fast drying ink. I've embossed designs onto coffee mugs and they have lasted really well - even in the dishwasher. When the designs finally wear off (after a couple of years) I just redo them! I have totally personalized coffee mugs.

Anne dinkuminkum at yahoo dot co dot nz

barb said...

I love stazon for watercoloring. My fav.

Thanks!

barb hendrickson
b-a-r-b@sbcglobal.net

GabrielaD said...

I use Black StazOn all the time. I actually refused to buy the StazOn, believing that all black ink was the same... boy was I wrong. I tried Black StazOn one day when it was on sale and have since been hooked. I love to watercolor and it is perfect for that. It never ever runs.... I totally WISH I can win this White one... I have never even seen it at my store. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

michelle in mi said...

I've only used black Stazon and that was on transparencies.White would be luscious to play with!

Jennifer Bradley said...

I love white stazon - I use it to acetae or clear cards- for a subtle background. It dries so fast!

carmen said...

I use stazon for permant projects like fabrics coaster that kind of stuff

Charmaine said...

I have yet to use Staz On but would love to try it on acetate and tiles.

Charmaine

Karen said...

I use my stazon on transparencies, glossy paper, brads - anything really :)

kerry said...

I've never tried white Staz-On before. I'm glad to hear you give it the thumb's up. I do have a black Staz-On pad and I've used it to stamp on transparancies & once on a glass Xmas ornament.

Kerry Morgan

Suzanne said...

OK, where have I been? I didn't even know there was white staz-on. I love my black so white has got to be great too!

Genevieve said...

One thing I love to do with white StazOn is stamp on black cardstock and then you can color over it with colored pencils. It really pops off the paper.

tojoco said...

I love black and timber brown StazOn. I use it all the time with my colored pencils.

Thanks for a chance to win.

Joanne/tojoco

Anonymous said...

I use Stazon on glass,dominos, shrink plastic and acetate just to name a few. I don't know what I would do without it. Thanks for the chance to win some more.

Debbie

Barb Schram said...

I use black stazon for most stamping! But I always used SU white craft because I have it in stock! I guess it's time to try the Stazon white!

Cindy said...

I use both black and brown stazon if I am going to paint an image with water colors or twinkling
H2O's. I tried using it on acetate - I need more practice with that one!

retiredheather said...

The very first inks I got were 3 staz on inks from my husband. I used them on glass and wood and paper. I have often looked at the white pkg. but never bought it. Thanks for the chance.

curtis said...

I have not used Stazon but would love to try it. Thanks for a chance to win it. Susan N.

Jaxbabie3 said...

I use stazon on everything! In fact my mom is using it this week in VBS to make book covers for the kids. She was so excited when I showed her how much she could do with it! I haven't tried white yet though! I would love the chance to try it out! Thanks so much!!

Ann C. said...

I use a lot of Stazon, mostly black or brown. It's great to watercolor, or on acetate or vellum.

Mary Campbell said...

I lovr Stazon. I used the white to print my new grandson's name on a linen album. I use it to print on clear envelopes. I stamp on dark paper for my cards. The uses are endless. Mary

apron girls said...

transparencies or acrylic

Claire said...

I love my Black Stazon,
I use it for my watercolouring, I use it to stamp on other materials such as wood , clothes , glass.

kat said...

What DON'T I use Stazon for??? I use it primarily for watercoloring and on transparencies. The black Stazon is a much crisper & truer ink to use for my day to day stamping, too. I don't use the white too often so I'm hoping you show us what you use it for.

mousekemom said...

I absolutely LOVE my white Staz-On! If you have never used it, you will be addicted when you do! Good luck to you all.

Tammy H. said...

Even though I read the update too late, I wanted to say that I love the White Stazon. I have stamped on transpariences, cello bags, and my small tin pail which holds various tools for stamping. I love it and it is easy to use!

Tanja said...

I've never used the white Staz-on, but am looking forward to trying it! Any tutorials on the horizon? :)

aschmackle said...

I use it when I color things in. So the ink doesn't run.

Denise T said...

Love and use black staz on all the time for stamping images that I will watercolor. I also use on glass, tiles and other 3 d projects. I also love the smell...reminds me of almond paste LOL!!!

Linda SS said...

I've only used black, but use it all the time for stamping images. It works just fine for any medium I chose to color with. Thanks for the chance to win the White! I don't remember seeing it in any color other than black so will definitely be watching for it now.

Esther said...

I've never used Staz-On before but I love how the white looks on acetate. It's such a clean and simple look.