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Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Reinkers - Crackling Campfire
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Reinkers - Crackling Campfire

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Reinkers - Crackling Campfire

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Keep your ink pad juicy and your mixed media projects saturated without losing a beat with the Crackling Campfire Distress Oxides Ink Reinker by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. The package includes one .5 fl oz reinker that is made in the USA.  Full Description & Details
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Keep your ink pad juicy and your mixed media projects saturated without losing a beat with the Crackling Campfire Distress Oxides Ink Reinker by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. The package includes one .5 fl oz reinker that is made in the USA.

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0.5 fl. oz.
Number of Pieces
1
SKU
ri-tdr72324
UPC
789541072324
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    More burnt orange toned

    Like another commenter on a review for the new color, I too unfortunately made that same mistake and brought the regular ink one too first, even though the oxide was my first choice. Agreed, that the oxide type has a more a burnt fiery orange look that's closer to the rust color as I compared this color to two other shades which I'll mention below. Both this one and the ink are pigmented with every drop, but this type (the oxide) has a slightly "ash-like" finish when dries. Don't know if that's an oxide thing as it is my first time getting one but it's great for this color. It is perfect for fall yes, but I needed it as a best match for an authentic flames look. Both are pretty but oxide is closer to orange when dry than the ink, which has a redder tone when dry but you can still see the orange. Overall I would say think intense orange. Like a cross between fired brick with rusty hinge and a bright blood look too. Hope that made sense.

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