Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Crayons - Set 2




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You will love the refreshing colors of the Distress Crayons Set 2 by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. These crayons are formulated to achieve vibrant coloring effects on porous surfaces. Color directly onto your surface, blend with water, and then layer with Distress Inks or Stains. Included in the package are six crayons (Festive Berries, Rusty Hinge, Fossilized Amber, Peeled Paint, Chipped Sapphire, and Seedless Preserves).
SKU: ri-tdbk47919 UPC: 789541047919

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  • Verified Buyer

    Distress Crayons Awesome

    I really like the colors and the versatility of the crayons. They are easy to use and I can create various looks and they blend well. The crayons work really great with the stencils and other inks by Tim Holtz.

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    Smooth watercolor crayons

    I bought these to compare with my collection of gelatos. I like them both!!! The Distress Crayons have a smoother application and awesomely vibrant colors. The lids click on so you know the product is secure and won't dry out. Great product! I would expect nothing less from Tim Holtz and Ranger.

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    Distress Crayons sets 2 & 3

    Love these. Fun to play with and I tried several techniques. They blend beautifully. I like them when I gesso the surfac first, they seem to spread and blend best this way, but still work on "naked" surface too. I also used them with my stencils it several ways with great results.

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    Cool New Product - Even Better service!

    Love the creaminess of these and that they won't break as easily as my other brand crayons. And service....Wow! Came in 2 days, and they're always so nice.

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    Crayon coloring

    These are a ton of fun. They work best when you put down a lot of color and then blend with your finger. Very versatile!!

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Product Questions & Answers

  • I'm really wanting to try these, but right now I'm mostly colouring in colouring books/doodling. Would these be suitable for colouring books or would they smudge when I close the book? Also, would these work on canvases ?   By: Keirstyn14 (04-Jun-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I don't use mine direct to paper and to me the consistency doesn't work well for a coloring book - at least not directly. What I do is put a little on a clear stamp block and then dip my waterbrush into them and paint. They blend really nicely this way and you get this wonderful rich watercolor look. By: RoselynR (06-Jun-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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