My local craft store is full of leaves, flowers, and home décor items that could really use some better coloring. My solution? Get out my Ranger color mediums and customize! This project is quick, easy, and requires no adhesive. Thanks to my paints, stains, and mists I have a unique home décor piece that will grace my mantle this fall – and for many years to come. -May Flaum
Here is a great home décor project that works for either Easter or spring. Claudine Hellmuth shows you how to make this amazing Spring Nest out of recycled paper and Multi-Medium. You can then accent it with some wooden eggs painted with your favorite colors! Click here for full instructions and step out photos.
Also, as you probably know, Little Yellow Bicycle has been posting a project a day for the last 2 weeks that feature their new Naturals line and inks from Ranger. Today is the last day, but they sure do have a good one! Be sure to head on over to their blog to check it out and catch up on any of the projects you may have missed!
Finally, our Seasonal Palette contest for March is still going on until Thursday, March 21st, 2013. You can swing by this blog entry to submit your project for a chance to win.
Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! OK, we know some of you like to wait til the last minute, but… this is it! This IS the last minute! So let's get these holiday ornaments all wrapped up for 2011, yes? It's the final day of Ranger's 12 Days of Ornaments!
Well, that does it for this year's ornaments, everyone! We hope we inspired you to create some ornaments of your own and to share them with your friends, family and loved ones. Don't forget to leave comments on Friday's post and yesterday's post in addition to today's, because we will be drawing winners once we're back in the office on Monday.
Tomorrow’s Christmas Eve?! Already?! But we still have so many ornament ideas to share with you! Well, we’d better get started then. Here it is: Ranger‘s eleventh day in our 12 Days of Ornaments series!
Today we are showcasing the talented men of Ranger Industries, so let’s hear it for the boys!!
Brian Van Liew II‘s amazing upcycled Graffiti Spraypaint Cans and Stencil ornaments were created with:
Don’t forget to leave comments on the post from Day 10 as well as today’s post: we will be selecting prize pack winners as soon as we return to the office after Christmas. But we’ll be back tomorrow to wrap it all up with our final day of ornament inspiration!
"Everyday you guys surprise me with more great ornament ideas. I am just wowed."
For a chance at winning a Ranger prize pack of your very own, just hit the lil' "comment" button below and show us some holiday love! We will be announcing the winners from Days 10, 11 and 12 after Christmas when our Ranger "elves" are back in the office… so you have even more days to get those great comments in! Good luck!
What great ornaments today! You know what else is great? Winning prizes just for leaving comments on our blog posts! The lucky winner from yesterday's post is Karen Linkogle:
"When I decorate my tree my favorite part is remembering the history of the ornaments. I love hanging the ones that my children made and seeing them now as adults and remembering how they were when they created the ornament. Haley will certainly be celebrated for years to come on her Christmas tree! Thanks for the warm fuzzies and for reminding us how special it is to craft with our children! PS I love the ornaments!"
Thanks, Karen! We couldn't agree more, and we hope you have fun creating memories with the Ranger goodies that we will be sending you.
It's the eighth day in Ranger's 12 Days of Ornaments series! The holidays are a wonderful time to spend creating memories with family, and so today we have some glittery treats courtesy of a mother-daughter craft team!
Aimee Billington created a double-ended photo ornament using: