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Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Paint - Crackling Campfire
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Paint - Crackling Campfire
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Paint - Crackling Campfire

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Paint - Crackling Campfire

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Incorporate a hint of warm sunset orange into your mixed media creativity with the Crackling Campfire Distress Paint by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. This matte finish, water-based acrylic paint comes in a 1 oz. flip top lid bottle that allows for quick and easy application with brushes and blending too...  Full Description & Details
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Incorporate a hint of warm sunset orange into your mixed media creativity with the Crackling Campfire Distress Paint by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. This matte finish, water-based acrylic paint comes in a 1 oz. flip top lid bottle that allows for quick and easy application with brushes and blending tools. Use with wood, glass, plastic, paper, stamps, metal and more. This acrylic paint is reactive with water.

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Dimensions
1 fl. oz.
Number of Pieces
1
SKU
ri-tdf72331
UPC
789541072331
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    Just not for gel plate printing

    Distress colors are rich and vibrant. There are no other colors like them. I’ve used them for collage backgrounds in the past and they worked beautifully. But, having forgotten how extremely fluid they are, I bought Speckled Egg and Crackling Campfire because I couldn’t resist. ;o) I tried everything to get them to work on my gel plate. Tried Pinterest suggestions, watched a few videos, tried mixing them w PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paint, which I thought might make them less watery. They just bead up on the gel plate. I was so disappointed.

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