2017 sneak peek – ranger distress…

CHA2017SPwelcome to day 6 of the 2017 sneak peeks of products being released later this month at “creativation” (formerly CHA).  the world of distress continues to be an evolution of creative discovery.  what began 13 years ago as a unique dye ink formulation of 6 vintage colors has expanded into a palette 60+ colors and crossed into various categories including stains, paints, glitters, embossing powders, mediums, surfaces, markers, and crayons…

today we embark on a new adventure with the introduction of distress oxide – a dye & pigment ink fusion that is reactive with water creating a realistic oxidized effect.  what’s already been described as “wizardry”, “epic”, and “game changer” will soon take your creative journey to new places.  check out the latest distress release with ranger…t!m

watch the replay of today’s Facebook LIVE broadcast below:


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105 Comments to “2017 sneak peek – ranger distress…”

  1. Julie-anne Hoffmann says:

    Will the distress oxides come out in the mini stamp pad size also?

  2. Judy says:

    Hi, I ordered stamping platform when it first came out in January from A Cherry on Top, from Saginaw No.
    Fisrt I heard from them in mid April saying it would been would be another 4-= 6 weeks. It had chanced to a different model number and would come to Sometime in May. I just informed again after I contacted them it’s now.. Sometime in July . .

  3. Dawn says:

    Hello. Just wondering if the Distress Oxide Inks will become available in the smaller cube size. I have the entire Distress line in cubes and am hoping to add the Oxides, too.

  4. DeAnne Peterson says:

    What is the difference between your inks? Distress, Oxide, Archival. Which one can be embossed

  5. Amelia says:

    I’ve been watching the oxide inks at various blogs since they were released and they are blowing me away! A fantastic product! I’m really hoping that Ranger will bring out a mini though as I just don’t have room for these large ones. Fingers crossed that it happens sooner than later.

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