As you probably already know Basic White has replaced the long-time beloved cardstock, Whisper White. Personally, I’m not sad to say goodbye to Whisper White, are you? In today’s Stampin Up Basic White Cardstock Review, I will tell you exactly why I’m not sad, and whether or not I like the NEW Basic White replacement.
Stampin Up Basic White Cardstock Review
I pride myself on always being honest and transparent with all of you. And today’s post and video, I continue the trend of telling you exactly what I think! I will dive into what I didn’t like about Whisper White, and if those things changed with the new Basic White. I will compare Basic White to my current favorite cardstock (watch the video below to find out what it is) and test it in the top 6 categories that make me decide if I love or hate a cardstock.
One of the main things I look for when testing cardstock is color. It just HAS TO BE WHITE!! There are so many shades of white, and if the shade is off, I’m out! I demonstrate this in the video below exactly what I mean by ‘shades of white’. Some other things are, price (of course), does it bleed when I color my stamped images, does it fold nicely (yes, some cardstock doesn’t!), and does it stand over the test of time? Or will it flop, slide and fail when standing?
With all of the time and effort you put into creating a handmade card have you ruly considered the cardstock you are putting it on? Let’s dive right into a true cardstock comparison!
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Cardstock Comparison Results
*See the video above more a more detailed comparison*
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