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Create projects with a stained, weathered or vintage look using the Tumbled Glass Distress Ink Pad by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. This water-based dye ink resists fading and is non-toxic and acid-free. Try it for photo tinting and color layering. The ink pad surface is 2" x 2". It is raised for ease of use. Refresh the ink with a re-inker (sold separately).
Of course when ranger came out with the new ink colors, I had to grab some. This is a nice shade of blue that's going to make your projects even nicer because of the larger variety choices of mixing-and-matching within the gorgeous array of color palettes. Beautiful enhancements to any project. They're the best- tried-and-true every time, and a beloved fave of so many!
Used in this project: ~Winter Wishes
Yeah, that kind of blue (depending on where you live, of course). Sky blue and water blue and glass blue (like the popular mason jar stamps). It blends with just about every blue I have, goes with Milled Lavender, Shaded Lilac, Victorian Velvet, and more. Even if you aren't a light blue person this is a color to consider because it makes really good blended backgrounds. Tumbled Glass is light enough to still stay "white" bright so other colors pop out. While not a primary, I still recommend this stamp pad for beginning collectors.
I thought this was going to be a light blue , like washed denim color.
It is pretty but it is more like bright aqua.
Is there a true color chart for these inks? If so I would like one before I order again. Because I cannot afford to buy all at once.
I have most of the distress ink pad collection, and I was missing tumbled glass- this color is now one of my go-to color for sky backgrounds, and just a subtle bit of color to add to an all-white background. Love this color so much!!
Love this ink. It is the perfect recipe for watercoloring. I just put a little on my glass mat and spritz with some water. If you like to watercolor or are just learning how, this is the ink to use. I am a fan of two other companies’ inks, but I do not use them for watercoloring, only Distress Inks.
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