Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Spray - Vintage Photo

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Spray - Vintage Photo

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Add brown vintage color to your mixed media projects with the Tim Holtz Distress Oxides Spray in the color Vintage Photo. The package includes one 2 fl oz bottle of a dye and pigment ink fusion Distress Oxide Spray by Ranger Ink. The ink creates an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. Made in the USA.  Full Description & Details
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Add brown vintage color to your mixed media projects with the Tim Holtz Distress Oxides Spray in the color Vintage Photo. The package includes one 2 fl oz bottle of a dye and pigment ink fusion Distress Oxide Spray by Ranger Ink. The ink creates an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. Made in the USA.

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2 fl oz
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789541064817
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  • Verified Buyer

    Vintage

    i was testing this using balzer stone increase stencil. I used the vintage spray first then added drops of mermaid lagoon on top - the effect - just brilliant - the final image actually looked like stones! Loved it.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Tim Convinced me I needed this and glad I bought it

    Tim said ink pads were NOT meant to be smunched the heck out of to get ink.

    I like to smunch Distress pads both regular and oxide on a piece of acetate and then add water and dip on my projects. I now am using spray the acetate and add water and find the looks to be better and more dramatic.

    I also think that when laying the Oxide sprays you should add a layer of the color of ink sprays in another color to get the best looks. (Also a suggestion from Tim).

    I don't know that you need 60 colors, but a good cross section of color families will probably do. The ones you use rarely, just smunch the ink pads in my opinion.

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