December Inspired by Tim

December 20th, 2014

Each month our talented team of employees create a project using Tim Holtz’s monthly tag as inspiration.  Here are this month’s amazing projects!

December Inspired by Tim |

 Frosted Candle by Terry Horvath

Inspiration: A Vintage Glittery Frosted Candle I had as a child, as soon as I saw the Rock Candy Glitter & Frosted I knew that was what I was going to do. Continue reading

’tis the Season with Tim Holtz

December 17th, 2014

Tis The Season by Tim Holtz | www.rangerink.comI love this time of year filled with holiday crafting and today i’m excited to be on Ranger’s blog sharing a fun tutorial using Ranger’s Texture Paste and Distress Spray Stains.  Learning how products work is the key to getting the most out of the things we have.  So if you’re ready to spark your creativity with a little festive distressing let’s get started… Continue reading

A Wintry Delight by Yvonne Blair

December 15th, 2014

A Wintry Delight by Yvonne Blair | www.rangerink.comCelebrate the season by creating artful cards with only one color of ink with this Monochromatic Coloration tutorial by Yvonne Blair. Continue reading

Leather Holiday Cuff with Texture Paste

December 13th, 2014

IMG_7746It is not too late to create unique gifts for friends and family or to create a fashionable accent for your holiday party attire.  Combine an inexpensive pre-made leather cuff with Ranger Texture Paste, Liquid Pearls, and Stickles and you have just that! Fabulous fashion that is sure to impress! Continue reading

Holiday Cards with Dina Wakley

December 10th, 2014
Holiday Cards with Dina Wakley |
Do you make your holiday cards? Try looking at your stamps and thinking of a way to make them festive and fun. I made holiday cards with my Scribbly Birds stamps by doing colorful backgrounds and dressing the birds up with tinsel, stars, and fun hats.

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Let It Snow Mixed Media Canvas by May Flaum

December 8th, 2014

Let It Snow Mixed Media Canvas by May Flaum | www.rangerink.comWhen it comes to playing with mixed media projects and home décor all I really need are some good blank surfaces, and my ranger mediums! With products that add texture like multi-medium and texture paste, to colors that blend and are easy to use I am free to play and use my imagination to dream up all sorts of wonderful projects. Today I’m delighted to share with you a canvas loaded with techniques at every step, and a project style that anyone can recreate easily and have a lot of fun doing as well. Continue reading

Stickles Glazed Holiday Tag

December 5th, 2014

Stickles Glazed Holiday Tag by Tammy Tutterow | www.rangerink.comEvery Friday we feature tutorials that focus on or include a featured product of the month.  This month we are featuring Stickles Glitter Glue.  Stickles is acid-free and toxic-free.  The formula is non-settling, keeping the glitter suspended in the liquid.  Stickles is available in 45 colors.

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Merry Christmas Home Decor with Wendy Vecchi

December 3rd, 2014

Merry Christmas Home Decor by Wendy Vecchi |

Ranger Signature Designer Wendy Vecchi joins us today with a fun and festive holiday decor project.  Wendy combines her signature inks and embossing powders with a fun mix of surfaces to create a holiday decor piece that would be lovely to display or gift to someone special.

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Aluminum Can Poinsettia Wreath by Johnnie Lanier

December 1st, 2014

Aluminum Can Poinsettia Wreath by Johnnie Lanier | www.rangerink.comHi Ranger fans! My name is Johnnie and I blog at Saved by Love Creations. I am as excited as can be to share my poinsettia wreath project with you. If you know me, you know I love to create with recycled materials, especially pop cans. Today, I am going to show you how to cut aluminum cans, color them with alcohol inks and combine them with some dollar store supplies to create a beautiful Christmas wreath for less than $3! Continue reading

Frosty Winter Glass Votive

November 29th, 2014

Frosty Winter Votive by Tammy Tutterow | www.rangerink.comThis month I have been spotlighting the incredibly versatile Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Ink collection.  I have shared several ideas of ways to use the inks on different surfaces, from simple to advanced.  Today’s project combines several of the techniques combined onto one project, a glass candle votive.

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