See Today's HUGE Deals & Free Gifts | Details Here!
Tim Holtz hit a grand slam with Winter Limited Edition 3 Pack Distress Ink by Ranger. On video, Tim says that these colors fill in spaces that were in the total color chart for the distress ink range and he's absolutely correct! I especially like the holiday red and the icy blue. These are fun, fun, FUN to create seasonal pages, cards and tags! Thanks so much for stilll having them in stock! In my town they were SOLD OUT everywhere!
The Ranger (Tim Holtz) Distress Ink pads are amazing. If you love the vintage, grunge, or earthy look then buy these, but be warned they are addictive! The winter colors this year are beautiful and have used on numerous Christmas projects but the cool part is I can continue using these colors long after winter is over!
I love working with Ranger inks because the quality is always evident. These new colors are rich and vibrant and stand out from the rest. I had some Christmas sepia ATC cards that I used these on (working v-e-r-y cardfully since the images was small and colored just portions of the imates. Outstanding!
These colors are an absolute must-have in your arsenal for any stamping, mixed media, card making type crafts. The Distressed Ink pads by Tim Holtz are a versatile must as it is, but these colors are truly unique and beautiful. I definitely need to stock up before they are unavailable.
I love to play with Distress Inks and the 2011 winter colors were gorgeous. I wasn't sure about the red but that turned out to be my favorite. I made some cards using the blending technique and the color looked fabulous whether it was barely there or laid on heavy.
Like all the Ranger Distress inks, these are fun colors to work with. I especially liked the vivid bluish red (as opposed to the other pink or orange tone red Distress inks.) I used the red for holly berries and a reindeer collar and nose in Christmas cards.
These came just in time to complete some holiday projects and were the perfect colors.
I may have to order a second set to have on hand. They will be used for many other projects other than just Christmas/winter.
You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.