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Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Crushed Olive

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Crushed Olive

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Give your next mixed media project a unique look with the Crushed Olive Distress Oxide Ink Pad by Tim Holtz. The package includes one 2" x 2" raised ink pad that is by Ranger Ink and made in the USA. The water-reactive dye & pigment ink creates an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. It can ...  Full Description & Details
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Give your next mixed media project a unique look with the Crushed Olive Distress Oxide Ink Pad by Tim Holtz. The package includes one 2" x 2" raised ink pad that is by Ranger Ink and made in the USA. The water-reactive dye & pigment ink creates an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. It can be used with your favorite stamps, stencils or directly onto the surface of your craft (all items sold separately).

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    Great inks

    I love the Distress Oxide inks however this color is very much like the Fossilized Amber. If you are on a budget only one of these ink pads is needed.

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    Not Fossilized Amber

    Read another review that suggested that Crushed Olive was close to Fossilized Amber. Not so. This is green. Fossilized Amber is yellow. Crushed Olive is a beautiful color and I use it quite a bit as a layer in Halloween cards when working with mummies and zombies and all things not necessarily alive. It's the best color for blending out a Frankenstein image. Just be prepared to blend with a dash or two of the more neutral shades. I love this shade.

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