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You'll feel like on lucky crafter when you have this awesome Lucky Clover bundle on hand! We've combined this Distress Oxides Ink Pad and Reinker together in one bundle so that you're sure to always have your favorite color on hand to complete your masterpieces. This must-have bundle includes one green raised ink pad that measures 2" x 2" and features a water-reactive dye and pigment ink fusion so that your projects boast an oxidized effect when you spray them with water. And to ensure that your ink pad always stays fresh we've also included one coordinating Lucky Clover .5 fluid ounce bottle of reinker that features a mixing ball an eye drop applicator. So we say, craft on with no interruptions with the included inks by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink!
I can't say enough good things about Distress Oxide products, and this green is the perfect color for any project, any time of the year.
I love the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks! They make blending easy and make beautiful backgrounds. They also stay wet long enough to allow you to lighten or darken the color and if you are stamping, you can use embossing powder all before it dries.
It would be extremely helpful to make the whole order a review and not individual products. I don't wish to take the time to review each product.
The service and speed with which you treat each order is remarkable and I will Definitly order from Scrapbook.com again!
distress oxide inks are magical, i'm sure i'll end up with all the colors... they blend beautifully, you can stamp with them (not so much with the distress inks), perfect for creating watercolor backgrounds
I have discovered that these distress oxide inks are the best thing since sliced bread!! Such fun for water spritzed backgrounds! Lucky Clover is a nice true Green. Great color.
I am not good at blending colors but this ink makes me look like I am crafty. I want to blend on all of my cards now!
I got this to go with the cracked pistachio and it works great. Love the technique of splattering a little water on the ink and blotting it off! I had several July birthday cards to make and used this quick and surprising technique on all of them. The results were beautiful and each was a wonderful surprise.
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