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  1. Tim Holtz Distress® Oxide® Ink Pads Tim Holtz Distress® Oxide® Ink Pads are water-reactive dye & pigment ink fusion that creates an oxidized effect when sprayed with water. Use with stamps, stencils, and direct to surface. Blend using Ink Blending Tools and Foam. Re-inkers can be used to re-ink Tim Holtz Distress® Oxides® Ink Pads, which are sold separately. Re-inkers are available in .5 oz bottles. Tim Holtz Distress® Oxides® Color Chart (*pdf) TIM HOLTZ DISTRESS® OXIDES® Water-reactive dye and pigment ink Available in 61...
  2. Tim Holtz Tim Holtz - Distress Art and Alcohol Inks Tim Holtz is a Ranger Signature Art Designer well known in the craft industry for his creative product lines, manufactured by Ranger, including Tim Holtz Distress® and Tim Holtz® Alcohol Inks. Tim is famous for his unique vintage style and is an inspiration to many crafters and mixed media artists. He plays an integral part in development and design of cutting edge crafting products and is always providing inspiration for the creative journey. The Cr...
  3. Ink Pads Ranger Industries has been manufacturing ink pads in the USA under many brands for the past 90 years including Tim Holtz Distress® and Distress Oxide® Ink Pads, Archival Ink Pads, Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART Blendable Dye Ink Pads, and Simon Hurley create. Dye Ink Pads, Ranger Pigment Ink Pads and Ranger Specialty Ink Pads. Offering combined color palette of well over 100 ink shades, Ranger ink pads are formulated to create unique effects whether it be a vintage background, a blended look, a crisp...
  4. Reinkers Reinkers are primarily used to reink or refresh a coordinating ink pad to extend the life of the pad. Ranger manufactures reinkers for all ink pads sold including Tim Holtz Distress® Reinkers and Distress® Oxide® Reinkers, Archival Ink® Reinkers, Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART Blendable Dye Reinkers, Simon Hurley create. Dye Reinkers and Ranger Pigment Reinkers. To reink any type of ink pad you simply add a few drops of ink from the reinker bottle onto the stamp pad and spread. What else can I use m...