ranger sneak peek 2013…

rangerwelcome to the first day of “sneak peeks” for the upcoming new release products debuting later this month at the create-n-connect conference in las vegas (although i continue to refer to it as CHA-summer, it’s all the same thing to me).  showtime is always an exciting time.  a time everyone showcases their latest and greatest products, and the ideas seem to overflow from everywhere.  after all, we are a creative industry of inspiration right???

so today i’m starting off with the first “sneak peek” from my new launch with ranger.  the best part of today’s announcement is the the product is actually being released and better yet SHIPPING today.  i’m excited to announce the addition of 12 new distress marker colors!  these wonderful vibrant hues are a great addition to the distress marker collection and have been a “must have” request for a while now – did i mention they are SHIPPING today?  these markers are available in sets of the 12 new colors as well as open stock so you can pick and choose your favorites:

picked raspberry, festive berries, ripe persimmon, squeezed lemonade, iced spruce, mowed lawn, evergreen bough, salty ocean, peacock feathers, shaded lilac, seedless preserves, and gathered twigs

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also released and SHIPPING today is the new distress watercolor cardstock.  i’ve been looking for the perfect cardstock to color and watercolor with the distress markers and we’ve found it.  this durable cardstock has a smooth side for stamping, and a textured side for mixed media creativity.  available in pre-cut 4 1/4” x 5 1/2” they are ready for your next creative coloring project – and yes, SHIPPING today…

DisressWatercolorCardstock_PR

we are just getting started with the sneak peeks so check back tomorrow to see what’s next, can’t wait…t!m

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