Ranger Ink - Texture Paste - 4 Ounces



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Add instant dimension and texture to all of your projects with the Texture Past by Ranger Ink. This artist quality paste is so easy to apply, simply use a palette knife or use with stencils for defined shapes, sold separately. Create your own masterpiece by inking, misting or painting over the dry paste. Included is one 4 oz. container that dries to a matte finish. Easily cleans up with soap and water when wet.
SKU: pp-ri-ink44444 UPC: 789541044444

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  • Verified Buyer

    Perfect texture!

    I have used a few different texture mediums, but I wasn't impressed until I tried this texture paste. It is perfect! It's not too thick, and it's not too runny. It is just beautiful. For my first trial, I just grabbed a periwinkle piece of scrap paper, Tim Holtz's gothic stencil, used it with the knife they recommend, scraping off all the excess and putting it back into the container, then washed it off right away as they warn. I was blown away. It didn't take long at all to dry, and you could feel the texture on top. Made a scrap piece of paper too pretty to toss. Thank you Tim Holtz for making the perfect paste! (I also love that after dry, you can ink it, etc.).

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  • Verified Buyer

    Love it

    Use it so much, keeping having to buy more. Need to sell bigger container. Takes inks, paints, gelatos just great.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Easy to use

    I'm new to using texture paste and this is the first one I purchased based on it's reviews.
    It is really easy to use, spreads smoothly, and dries nicely into a raised and textured surface.

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  • Like Cake Icing

    Just for a moment, I felt like I was frosting a cake! Mixed with color, I was able to craft out a leaf. Very nice once dried. Easy to craft and shape and mistakes can be 'erased' with a wet brush. Will buy again!

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  • Verified Buyer

    Perfect

    This is just the type of texture I was wanting. Put it on thin or thick. I've used it on my handmade flowers to add a little texture to the petals. Will be great for wintery snowscapes!!

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Product Questions & Answers

  • Is there a tutorial using the texture past with a stencil, or anything else.   By: joynoel3208 (31-Jul-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • i went to a course where they showed you how to use the modelling paste with a stencil. Basically, you use a craft or putty knife (i use a kitchen knife - - one that's not too sharp) and working from top to bottom put a thin layer of modelling paste over the stencil. When the stencil area is covered i slowly lift up the stencil and let dry By: beck_bear (01-Aug-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • If you would like to see a video tutorial go to Tim Holtz's youtube channel, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1C8e-d_TT38 By: Lerusho (03-Aug-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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