The newest Distress Color from Tim Holtz and Ranger has been announced! Prize Ribbon is on its way to Paper Anthology, expected to arrive on Monday and will be listed for sale online ASAP. We’ll be getting the full line: Distress Ink Pads and Reinkers, Oxide Pads and Reinkers, Embossing Glaze, Flip-top Paint, Spray Stain, Oxide Spray and the Collectible Enamel Pin. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your favorites!
Ranger and Tim Holtz are very excited to announce the newest Distress color to love, and Paper Anthology is eagerly awaiting its arrival, which *should* be early this week! Introducing Salvaged Patina, an intriguing blue-green, with a timeworn and reclaimed aesthetic. This new Distress color will be available in 8 different Distress products – Ink Pad, Ink Re-inker, Oxide® Pad, Oxide® Re-inker, Embossing Glaze, Spray Stain, Oxide® Spray, Flip Top Paint; and an Enamel Collector Pin!
The day we’ve been waiting for is here: The new Distress Color from Tim Holtz and Ranger, Kitsch Flamingo, has arrived at Paper Anthology! Which means you can get your Distress Ink Pads and Re-Inkers, Distress Oxide Ink Pads and Re-Inkers, Embossing Glaze, Distress Spray Stain and Oxide Spray, Distress Paint and of course the fun collectible Kitsch Flamingo Enamel Pin! Pick up your favorites in the store, order online, or email Elisabeth email@example.com to reserve items you’d like to pick up later! ♥
The vintage-inspired palette of Distress Inks has just expanded with its newest member, KITSCH FLAMINGO! Hand-selected by Tim Holtz, Distress colors provide crafters with an entire rainbow of coordinated products which work beautifully together. Kitsch Flamingo is available in Distress Ink Pads and Re-Inkers, Distress Oxide Ink Pads and Re-Inkers, Embossing Glaze, Distress Spray Stain and Oxide Spray, Distress Paint and of course there’s a collectible Kitsch Flamingo Enamel Pin! Paper Anthology’s order is expected any minute now; in the meantime, feel free to email Elisabeth firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your favorites!
And Rustic Wilderness, the newest Distress color from Tim Holtz, is an especially nice shade. Described by Ranger as, “a deep, rugged green capturing the adventurous inspiration of the great outdoors”; it’s available in nine different products– Distress Ink Pad and Re-inker, Distress Oxide Pad and Re-inker, Embossing Glaze, Spray Stain, Oxide Spray, Paint and a fun Enamel Collector Pin— all of which are available at Paper Anthology NOW… order yours today!
Yes! You read that right! It’s Paper Anthology’s first Take and Make Saturday, this Saturday, October 3rd, 10-5. What’s a Take and Make? Well, it’s like a Make and Take, in that all of the parts and pieces are ready for you to assemble into an awesome card; but instead of doing that at the store, using shared supplies, you’ll take all the bits and pieces (plus complete instructions, of course) home and finish the card at your leisure. Thus: Take… and Make! This one features Blended Distress Inks in beautiful autumnal shades, over an amazingly textured background made with a terrific Spellbinders’ Cut and Emboss folder called “Delhi“. ps: Bag Ladies get double punches; all Sizzix dies are still 25% off and there is more new product in the store than we could list in one post, so c’mon In this Saturday!!!
I used the Fox and Raccoon Dies with the Forest Accessories Set… (other dies in this series include: Lion/Tiger, Giraffe, Monkey, Owl, Chick, Cat, Dog, Whale, Jungle Leaves, Tree, Dog House and more!) …on Elizabeth Craft Designs Soft Finish Cardstock – Velvety to the touch with just a tad of surface texture. It is sturdy and porous, a unique cardstock that absorbs color and holds its shape without tearing. Added color with various Distress Inks, applied with Picket Fence Studios Blender Brushes. The Sun is from Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Rainbow Die Set. The MFT Clouds Stencil is currently on order, and will be back in stock soon!
Last week, Paper Anthology held out first virtual crop: Creation Staycation. It was a week long event, with tons of challenges, trivia and Prizes. I’m excited to say, it was a huge success, with over 300 challenge entries! We had such a blast looking through everyone’s gorgeous creation! I thought I would share a few of my cards from the challenges:
This card was for the Monochrome Madness challenge. Of course, I chose GREEN. All dies used are from Dress My Crafts:
This card was for the Distress background challenge. Lots of inky goodness with Ranger Distress inks and a fun flower die set from Taylored Expressions:
This card was for the one layer (CAS) challenge. I used the Taylored Expressions square stencils for the background. The beautiful flower image is from Penny Black . All inks used, for blending and watercoloring are mini ink cubes from Taylored Expressions:
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The current challenge at Shopping out Stash is the dreaded one layer card ( That means everything on your card must be directly stamped, embossed, drawn, coloured etc. directly on your card base…no layers!!) Well, about 4 months ago, I ordered a stamp set from Northwood’s Stamps, specifically to make a birthday card for my husband. His Birthday is tomorrow. I work best under pressure. Super simple: Watercolor paper card base. Image stamped in Gina K Amalgam ink. A soft wash of distress inks, then a light splatter. Sentiment from Cat’s Life Press. voilà – 5 minute card!
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