Hi everyone, Bobbi here. I’m so happy to be with you today! I thought I would share a fun Valentine Tag Treat Bag tutorial with you, featuring Distress Oxide Inks.
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Hi crafty friends. It’s Cheiron here and today I have a fun and easy Letter it Valentine Card for you using bright colors of embossing powder and Liquid Pearls along with the Sweetheart Letter It Stamps to create a special handmade card for Valentine’s Day or any other time you’d like to send some love.
Hi everyone, it’s Audrey, and I’m so happy to be back here on the Ranger Ink blog to share another fun Distress Ink project with you. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and today I’ve got a silly sweet love-themed card for you that would work well for anyone on your Valentine card list, from kids, to friends and coworkers, or even that special someone in your life.
Hi everyone, it’s Audrey, and I’m so happy to be back with another guest project here on the Ranger Ink blog! Today I have a winter-inspired scene building card design to share with you that mixes several of my favorite Tim Holtz/Sizzix die sets with lots of beautiful Ranger Distress Dye and Oxide Inks.
Hi everyone and welcome to a new Ranger tutorial using Dylusions products. My name is Josefine and today I am sharing an idea on how to create some dimension in your art journal.
Hi everyone, it’s Audrey, and I’m excited to be back with another guest project here on the Ranger Ink blog. Today’s card project is all about the winter blues. And I don’t mean the post-holiday let-down that many of us go through each year, but instead the icy beautiful blues of a Distress Oxide winter wonderland.
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.
Hi everyone! Carisa here with you today and I’m so excited to be back as a guest artist on the Ranger Ink Blog with you today! This page took quite a few twists and turns on its way to completion. Even though most of the background gets covered in the end, it all had to happen for me to arrive at a point where I felt like it was finished. I love that about art journaling – there are no mistakes in mixed media, I promise. I hope you will enjoy the tutorial.