It’s the last day of Ranger Recaps, but that just means that there is still one more day of fun! We’ve had so much fun sharing with all of you the photos and highlights from the 2018 Creativation Show, and hope that you’ve had just as much fun following along with us.
The show this year brought an exciting new product and a new way to clay! Quick Cure Clay is a revolutionary clay formula that cures in less than a minute with a heat tool, which means no need for a kiln. The booth showcased fun samples of 3D projects and jewelry creations.
The clay could easily be colorized with a variety of Ranger products, including Tim Holtz® Alcohol Inks, Embossing Powders, paints, Archival Inks, and more!
The new clay made an appearance in the Creativation Innovations showcase as well!
Debbie Tlach taught a few Make It Take Its where visitors could craft their own Quick Cure Clay heart mixed with Ranger Embossing Powders.
John A. Pojman, the inventor of the clay, made an appearance at the show and was quick to inform guests of the great qualities. He, along with Vesta Abel, spent some time demo-ing the product.
The ICE Resin® booth housed many new products, including the new Rune Bezels, Jewelry Wires, new Opal colors, and new Lusters, which are specially formulated jewelry paint that are ideal for use on metal and to colorize resin. The show kicked off the first day with a class taught by the creator of ICE Resin® herself, Susan Lenart Kazmer.
When you made your way to the Ranger booth, it was likely you were going to be able to stop at the ICE Resin® demo table and see live demonstrations on the new products from Susuan Lenart Kazmer and Misty Grosse.
Beautiful jewelry samples hung around the grids showing just how much can be created with the ICE Resin® product line!
Vintaj also launched a new product, Pearlescent Patinas, which are opaque inks, with a hint of pearl. The new patinas were released in three colors, Seashell Pearl, Seafoam Pearl, and Ocean Pearl, as well as a three pack kit.