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Use the Weathered Wood Distress Ink Pad by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink to add a stained, weathered or vintage look to layouts, cards and other projects. The water-based dye ink works well on paper, fibers and photographs. It is fade-resistant, acid-free and non-toxic. The raised felt pad is 2" x 2".
Distress Ink is one of the staples of my layouts. I love the weathered wood look. I have used it for masculine, outdoorsy layouts. I am the proud owner of all of Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads. This is by far my favorite. It is easy to use and long lasting.
Used in this project: I want to be a cowboy inside
I bought this one a little unsure about the color. Would it be too grey? Too dark? Well, it's actually just right. A nice blue-grey color that looks nice to ink around edges or even using it with stamps. I think I need to go and buy some more colors... ;-)
Used in this project: Splish Splash
an amazing product if you like that aged look to your projects
This inks are the best! They come in a lot of colors and they're perfect for inking paper. One of the things I love the best too is that if you use this ink on a rubber/clear stamp you get this really great aged look. i just LOVE these!!!
I love distress ink - This particular color went great with a project I was working on. I used it around the edges of a photo and on trip for a wedding gift. It added that pizzazz that I love. I wish I had all the colors!!!
I was surprised by the color....I really thought it would be in the grey family but it is in the blue family, like light denim. lol
But I do like it of course!!
This shade of stamp pad is just what I have been looking for to distress and soften the edges of my work.
Tim's products are always best quality. I love this color especially with the wooden planks die.
I love this shade of blue. This is a must have for boy pages. Not to bright and not too dark.
Used in this project: Boy Meets World
I love Tim Holtz distress inks - they work so well with blend and stamping.
Used in this project: Mt Wellington, Tasmania
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