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Which Ranger Ink Adhesive is Right for Your Project?

January 21st, 2015

Ranger Ink Adhesive Information  | CHA2015With so many great adhesive options available to you from Ranger Ink, you may find yourself wondering which adhesive is right for your project.  We developed the following informational signs for our booth at the recent CHA trade show.  So many visitors to the booth found them informative and helpful that we thought our blog readers might like seeing them too! Continue reading

Tammy Tutterow’s “Frosty Deboss” Technique

November 8th, 2011

Head over to our friend Tammy Tutterow's blog for an awesome technique that would be perfect to use on all your wintery papercrafts this season!  Tammy used a Texture Fade embossing folder along with Clear Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint, Distress Stains, Winter Seasonal Distress Ink and Perfect Pearls Mists to create a frosty debossed effect.  You've gotta check this one out!

Organization 101: Inkssentials Craft Spinner

July 12th, 2010

With all the fabulous new releases that will be available at CHA Summer (just a few short weeks away!), perhaps you are finding yourself a little bit stressed? "How can I possibly find room in my crafting space for even MORE amazing Ranger products?"

Never fear! We are here to help you organize your current stash of stuff to make room for all of the new goodies we'll be coming out with!

One way to organize your crafting products is to make use of vertical space. And to help you accomplish this, we strongly suggest using…

…the Inkssentials Craft Spinner!

With this handy-dandy organizer you can keep 8 of your Ink Blending Tools or Alcohol Ink Applicators close at hand, and nice and neat.  You can even use Adirondack Paint Dabbers to color-code the handles so that you always use your red Ink Blending Tool on a red ink pad, etc. Never have a contaminated ink pad again!


But did you know that you can stack multiple Craft Spinners to save even more space on your work surface??

Our customer service department frequently receives calls from customers who want to know: "Why is there an extra piece in my Craft Spinner box?"

Don't throw it away!  This piece is the key to stacking your Craft Spinners!

Check this out:

Unscrew the "Standard" topper on your Craft Spinner, and replace it with the extra rod:

Then take a second Craft Spinner and place it right on top!  (Don't forget to replace the topper!)


But why stop there? Why not have THREE tiers of craft tools?

Ta-da! Yep, you can even use the Craft Spinner to hold your Adirondack Paint Dabbers. But that's not all: try using your Craft Spinner to organize your Stickles, re-inkers, Alcohol Inks and more. The sky's the limit!

Well, ok, there is one limit that you should consider: we recommend going no higher than 3 tiers of spinners for stability's sake. But this is pretty cool, right? Think of all the space you just saved on your work surface by building upward!

And as an added bonus, you can even use the leftover toppers as fun embellishments on your craft projects:


Do you have a favorite tip for organizing your Ranger products?  Do you use your Craft Spinner in an unusual way?  Let us know in the comments!