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Melt Art Mania!

Melt Art Mania

We have some very exciting news to share with you…

From today until May 31st, it is officially MELT ART MANIA!

So, what does that mean you ask? Melt Art products are available at your local National, Independent, and Online Craft Retailer, so we want to inspire you to get out there and fire up that Melting Pot. Everyday until the end of the month we are featuring a Melt Art Project to get your creative juices flowing!

In addition to Ranger projects, a few incredibly talented designers have also caught Melt Art Mania and will be sharing their projects on their blogs. Stay tuned to also see great Melt Art projects from Kaz Hall, Margot Potter, Lynne Forsythe, Richele Christensen, Candy Colwell, Linda Ledbetter, Tammy Tutterow, Lisa Pace, and Linda Cain!

So let’s kick off Day 1 of Melt Art Mania with this Cracked UTEE Good Luck Card by Patti Behan! In this project you will learn how to make an aged cracked glass background with Clear Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel.

Cracked UTEE Good Luck Card

Day 2 – Beeswax Mixed Media Canvas by Claudine Hellmuth

Day 3 – Metallic UTEE Dare to Dream Card

Day 4 – Color Mixing UTEE

Day 5 – Kaz Hall

Day 6 – Linda Cain

Day 7 – Linda Ledbetter

Day 8 – Candy Colwell

Day 9 – Wendy Vecchi

Day 10 – Lynne Forsythe

Day 11 – Operation Write Home

Day 12 – Hels Sheridan

Day 13 – Margot Potter

Day 14 – Tammy Tutterow

Day 15 – Richele Christensen

Day 16 – Lisa Pace


23 thoughts on “Melt Art Mania!

  1. I’ve been wanting to get my Melt Pot out after Hels Sheridan’s recent series of TV shows on Melt Art in the UK! As soon as I get moved into my new house I’m all over it!

  2. Melt Art Mania! Fantastic. I’ll be checking back daily. I’m looking forward to seeing some amazing melt art projects! Thanks Ranger!

  3. I am truly inspired – I am gonna drag out my melting pot (I bought it quite a while ago and never used it!!) and start making some ART! Thanks for all the great techniques and great products!

  4. WOW! Awesome card!! I have to make one for my mother-in-law before she goes to Atlantic city

  5. Thank you for the inspiration. Sadly my melt pot is no longer with me, I need to replace urgently now.

  6. Frankly, that’s not fair! Until Melt Art Mania I was convinced NOT to need the melting pot. Now day after day I learn more about the wonderful, various possible applications and I must admit: It turns rather to a must-have-tool. One more point on my shopping list … 😉
    best wishes, serafeena