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Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad, Black Soot

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Product Facts:
Manufacturer: Ranger Industries
Product Line: Tim Holtz
Type: Stamp Pads: Dye Pads
Package Size: 2.88" x 2.88" x 0.75"
SKU: 759095

About Ranger Industries…

Ranger Industries Logo Ranger was founded in 1929 and originally manufactured an exclusive line of commercial ink products for the U.S. banking industry. In 1979, Ranger developed the first art stamp pads in unique, vibrant colors. Until 1998, Ranger¹s primary business was private label products for stamp manufacturers. Ranger then began marketing product lines of its own beginning with inks and eventually developing embossing powders. With a continuous focus on innovation, successful lines such as the Adirondack® and Distress™ family of products, Perfect Pearls™ pigment powders and Melt Art® products have become popular worldwide.

What Others Are Saying…

Product Rating Distress Inks are my Go To Favorite Ink Pads
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“I'm not really sure why these ink pads are so great. I just know that they are my favorite ink pads. I have all of the colors. The pads hold up with lots of use.”
Product Rating Distress Inks Rock & Black Soot is a must
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“Since I purchased this ink pad I have found myself reaching for it more and more. I love the distress look and this is a very solid and pure black.”
Product Rating very nice black ink for stamping or just edging paper
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“I use this brand of ink all the time.All of the colors are great and look very vintage. I like using this ink with crumpled paper .”
Product Rating The best black dye ink on the market
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“This ink is a true black and the best dye ink that I've found. I was hesitant to buy this one because black is black, right? Wrong! It will stay black when watered down and it doesn't fade. It stays wet longer so you can even use it to emboss. I've used it on textured paper and it makes a great impression there, too, because it's so wet. I love this one and would highly recommend it.”
Product Rating One of my favorites for vintage look!
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“This is a must have for collage art! Wonderful pigment, I want all the colors! So many uses very versatile indeed.”
Product Rating Create a burnt-edge look with Black Soot Distress Ink
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“All of the Distress Inks are great and can be used to create vintage looking projects. For a burnt edge look, tear along your paper, ink edges with vintage photo paper ink using a blending tool, then use black soot along the very edge . . . it creates a nice burnt look.”
Product Rating Anticipation stimulated by reviews
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“I have never used this ink but I have been reading all the reviews. There are several techniques I am going to try. Thank you for sharing.”
Product Rating High quality ink. Awesome distressed look... Very "hip"!
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“Such a unique look these inks give to paper. Really adds a unique touch! Fast drying ink as well!”
Product Rating easy to use
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“beautiful color”
Product Rating Black Soot
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“Black Soot is a must for everyone who likes to distress. I love the way it adds to my pages and the black is so dark and rich looking. A little bit of it makes a big difference.”
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