The Tim Holtz "Theodore" Die gets a Distress makeover just in time for St. Patrick's Day in this delightful home decor project tutorial by Audrey Pettit.
Find Project by Type
Find Project by Brand
In this tutorial, combine inks and stamps to create layered backgrounds perfect for turning into Thanksgiving Place Cards. Use Letter It Medium Pens with Embossing Powder to easily write names of guests. These place cards will dress up any Thanksgiving tablescape!
Adorn your tree, wreath, or presents with these wood branch slice chalkboard looking ornaments. They are so easy and fast to make, and with the many fabulous word stamps from the Letter It line, you will want to make several.
It’s time to pull out that box of random tidbits, ribbons, and papers (you know the one!) because we’re making mixed media flags. I’m going to show you how I created these chunky flags using up some of my old supplies, along with many of Ranger’s goodies.
Hi there inky crafters! Are you excited to make a mess and try all the new stuff coming to Ranger? I know I am… Nicole here and I am excited to be sharing a little mixed media fun. This is my first time using Dylusions Paints on a canvas. I’m not trying to reinvent the wheel here, but maybe you have been thinking of trying these paints. Or perhaps you haven’t cracked one open in some time. Follow along as I learn how to use these paints… and get ready to make a mess!
Hello! I’m Samantha, known as Scarlyton in the art community, and I’m stoked to share this project using Dina Wakley’s NEW PRODUCTS! I created this on a kraft paper gift bag but you could easily use your Dina Wakely Media Journal or loose leaf Dina Wakley Media Kraft Paper.
Wendy Vecchi has just come out with new colors of Embossing Powders to match her Archival Inks, many of which are in the cute little minis, perfect for traveling. She also has binders and journal covers for use in organizing her stamp sets. For this project, I used her Journal Cover, Mat Minis, Archival Inks, and Embossing Powders to make an Autumn scene, that will house several of her stamp sets. There is nothing better than organized art materials that are also pieces of Art themselves. It’s functional organized Art!
Hi there. It’s Cheiron here with a fun back to school stationery set for one of my favorite teachers (who also happens to be my sister). I know that a lot of work goes in to getting the kids ready to go back to school, but their teachers are working hard too and this fun notecard box and letter holder would be a fun happy addition to any teacher’s desk. It would not be complete without a set of inspirational cards to give away to her students.