I like the Gine K Pure Luxury although the Neenah Solar White is a very close second.
LOVE Papertemptress' Cryogen White. It's awesome.
My favorite is Stampin' Up's Bright White - it is ultra smooth and I have never had a problem with bleeding.
I love to use DCP paper.
I've tried some of these other papers mentioned and they were nice but I use Cougar Opaque Cover Smooth 80#. I have had great results with my Copics and this paper and it is reasonably priced for my budget.
I do a lot of coloring with my copics and I always buy cheap Hammermill color copy cover. :) It is about $12 for 250 sheets and it colors up beautifully. I print all my stamps using an Epson printer and then color right away...never bleeds. :)
my favorite is Beckett Expression Super smooth 80# cover...Radiance is the color
It's hard to find good paper for Copics in my area. I have to purchase cardstock at my local Office Depot. The Hammermill is available here and none of the others. It's hard to say which is really my favorite without any comparison. I do believe the Cryogen White will be ideal for adding an extra luxurious look.
The only one on the list I have tried is the X-press it blending CS but I also like to use Cannon watercolor paper. I am very interested in trying the cryogen paper.
Should it be embarrassing to admit that I have tried every paper on this list except for 1 (Make "it" Colour), and others?
My favourite of all is the PTI cardstock. It always blends well, and I never get any 'pooling' or weird reflections. It does take a bit more ink, but compared to the cost of some of the other papers, I think I might actually save money in the long run, even with the extra ink cost. (And no, I have no affiliation with Papertrey Ink! LOL) The only thing I don't like about PTI is the very high shipping cost of paper to Canada. Luckily for me, I have a US relative that visits once a year and so I get a year's worth shipped to them right before they come (so free shipping!)
I use the Neenah Classic Solar White #80 (and several of their other colors) with my Copics...also makes a wonderful base card (great weight). It's available where I live at Paper Zone so I buy by the rheam. Lucky Me!!! Would love to win and try your paper!
Thanks for the chance to win.
Hammermill Color Copy Cover. It is extremely smooth, and really pretty white. I use mainly 60 lb for things I am not cutting out (i.e right around the edges) and 80 lb for things I will cut out really close detailed... and I think it comes in 100 as well. LOVE it. Plus it is a bit cheaper (actually a lot) then the others which is a win win.
Ah. Love Neenah but honestly have not had a chance to try the others. I need to get out more. ;-)
I love Cryogen White Cardstock and have been using it for about a year now. I was first introduced to it by Suzanne Dean and it's been my favorite, ever since.
I love the subtle hint of sparkle and shimmer and also enjoy shopping with 'The Paper Temptress'. I think anyone who loves to Color with Copics, will LOVE this paper!!
I like Neenah paper, but not easy to find where I live.
My favorite is either Clear Dollar Stamps Cottonball White, or Taylored Expressions Buttercream :)
I haven't tried any of the papers you've listed as i don't think they are all available in the UK, but I always use Bristol Board.
I just got my first pack of Gina K Pure Luxury and it is the best I have used so far.
Gina K Designs Pure Luxury is my favorite, but believe it or not, Stampin' Up paper is not bad in a pinch.
I use the copic paper and LOVE IT!