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Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Crayons - Set 10

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Crayons - Set 10

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Achieve vibrant color effects on your porous surface mixed media projects with the Distress Crayons Set #10 by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. These smooth and water reactive crayons are perfect for your vibrant background, watercoloring and smudge effect projects. The package contains six neutral color distress cr...  Full Description & Details
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Achieve vibrant color effects on your porous surface mixed media projects with the Distress Crayons Set #10 by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. These smooth and water reactive crayons are perfect for your vibrant background, watercoloring and smudge effect projects. The package contains six neutral color distress crayons (Aged Mahogany, Wild Honey, Tea Dye, Forest Moss, Iced Spruce and Gathered Twigs).
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  • Verified Buyer

    Rich colors, easy to use

    I have several different sets - like the ease of using these distress crayons, the portability, and the options they present. Absolutely love the colors in this set - they are rich, yet not overwhelming. They blend easily and are versatile. They lend well on autumn, animal, zoo, nature, camping, and so many more project themes.

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  • Verified Buyer

    These watercolor crayons have great pigment!

    This is my second order of this particular color batch of Distress Crayons. I have several other sets, but for this season, these are my favorites. I've used them to produce all my Christmas cards, Christmas ornaments and gifts for friends, and more. I love these colors. My only complaint about the Distress Crayons is that, for the colors to truly blend and work well together, you really must put down a layer of gesso on your ground first. I've used them with a range of surfaces and types of papers; if you don't gesso first, you don't get good blending, nor do Baby-Wipe color-removals work nearly as well.

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    T.H. Distress crayons...

    So far I have all the sets that are out and am happy with all of them and the colors available so far.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Distress crayons are addictive

    I bought my first three sets of Distress crayons at theNovember2017 Carson Convention. I experimented with them right away before seeing any demos beside the one at the convention. Since then I've watched Tim demo these amazing crayons and I can't stop playing with these yummy colors. Tim has created the perfect hybrid of dye ink transparency and pigment ink opacity with the surprise of water reactivity! As usual, Tim has thought of everything and has the perfect container tins to hold these crayons. I had to buy a second tin with this last round of sets! Start playing and you'll find they are addictive.

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  • Flows easily

    This crayon flows easily when drawing or highlighting. I have given it a four star because of the same reason as the review title, flows easily. It tends to come off too easily where I don't want it too. It's almost like a melting crayon. Plus, I can't make it into an edge for getting close to small areas. It won't hold, it's too.....melting, the only word I can describe. Some may prefer this as for me as a Scrapbookers and card maker it's frustrating.

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  • Love these!

    I am new to using the distress crayons and absolutely fell in love with them as soon as I started to use them on my projects. So easy to work with and I love that they match the other colors in the distress line. It makes it so easy to mix/match products in each project.

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    Crayons

    Very good I love this distress crayons
    Thank you

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  • what kind of ink in the little tubes is the lady using to smear pain in bible journaling?   By: ehmartin (16-Jun-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • They are like very soft crayons and you color with them and then apply water with a paint brush and the colors are water activated as you brush the colors around like you are using water color paints. By: Wendell (18-Jun-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • I would use these for scrapbooking. Do the crayons dry (not smear) or does it depend on how you use them (as is, water color, smudging, etc.)?   By: MelissaZag (06-Jan-21) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • The Distress Crayons have a short open time to smear or use with water before drying they are not like gelatos. If you lay the color down and do nothing they will dry that way if you intend to smudge or watercolor with them you will need to do that right after applying. Scrapbook.com has free classes and one session is on Distress Crayons and tips from Tim on how to use them. By: Ranger Ink (06-Jan-21) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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    How do you use the Tim Holtz distress crayons   By: User (16-Jun-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • You can you them in several ways. You can apply them directly to your project, and then add water. You can also apply some to an acrylic block and use them like watercolors. There are several tutorials on YouTube. By: csimes (18-Jun-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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