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Distressing essentials

Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads

Tim Holtz Distress Inks by Ranger have been specially formulated for use in distressing paper and card. The stunning ink pads come in 36 different colours, all with quirky names like Peeled Paint and Worn Lipstick! They’re water-soluble dye inks, which are slow drying and will therefore blend superbly on paper and card.

Tim Holtz Distress Inks are acid-free, non- toxic and fade-resistant, making them a fantastic quality ink. They will help you to create a realistic weathered look on your cards, adding versatility to your crafting projects. The ink pad itself is slightly raised, making it perfect for direct-to- paper techniques.

Distress Re-inkers by Tim Holtz

Make your Distress Ink pads last longer with these handy Re-inkers. They come packaged in a glass eye-drop bottle. The ink is slow drying. This means that it can be washed or spritzed with water, which will cause it to run and create aged or distressed looking cardstock, paper or photos.

The Re-inkers are perfect for using directly on your card, as well as to rejuvenate your ink pads.

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