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Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Spray - Pumice Stone

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Spray - Pumice Stone

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Give your paper crafts a unique finish with the Pumice Stone Distress Oxides Spray by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. Included in the package is one 2 fl oz bottle of dye and pigment ink fusion that reacts with an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. Made in the USA.  Full Description & Details
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Give your paper crafts a unique finish with the Pumice Stone Distress Oxides Spray by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. Included in the package is one 2 fl oz bottle of dye and pigment ink fusion that reacts with an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. Made in the USA.

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    I purchased 4 colors to test...

    I different type of spray that also reacts with water. I like it for different effects.

    I purchased pumice (neutral light warm gray), picked raspberry, lemonade and mermaid lagoon to have the main colors on the color wheel as they seem to be the closest to CMY. But I need a few more to round them out that you can achieve more secondary color combos. If you pick the colors well, you don't need the whole set to achieve nice blending and matching. In the future to do this, I will likely get another blue (close to an ultramarine), mustard seed (orange-yellow), red fired brick, one green, one purple, maybe a teal and vintage photo, tea dye or antique linen and prolly black soot. Not sure if the white exists. With a set like that, you can do most things (and in combo with inks), unless it is something very specific.

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