Thursday, August 22, 2013

Ranger Thursday

Happy Thursday Stickles Fans!
 
 
Today is all about techniques/projects with Ranger products.  I was scouring YouTube looking for inspiration and ways to use Ranger projects.   
 
 
 
Tips for Distress Markers

 
 
Distress Paints
  
 
 
 
As some of you may know, I have been painting our main living room.  It has been quite a task....but I just keep thinking of all the wonderful decorations that I can make this year.   So, the next few videos are right up my alley. 
 
 
 
Quick and Easy Glitter Ornaments
(dry Stickles are perfect for this) 
 
 
 
Holiday Ornaments
(Many Stickles opportunities in this one)
 
 
 
 
I can't wait to try the ornaments with the kids this year.  So much fun and endless possibilities. 
 
 
 

4 comments:

  1. the tip on storing the markers horizontally really helped! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  2. Fun videos, love the distressed ink and paints..gonna have to get me some of those!!

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  3. I love Stickles. I think you can create some really cool paper ornaments for card-making with Stickles. I mean like this (with the leaves): http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-T8sL8XkS8RY/Ueq_EPLyYaI/AAAAAAAACkQ/mRPLddp5oYM/s400/DSCN9708.JPG
    Stickles really makes the card pop out. I think it almost gives the card a 3D-look. Or why not like this: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-HczPSMUeXBs/UeKioicakII/AAAAAAAACio/gviL5caO1hU/s400/DSCN9480.JPG I mean the cord to the left. I just followed a paper template from here (http://papercraftinspirations.themakingspot.com/sites/papercraftinspirations.themakingspot.com/files/inline_images/pin109.templates_2.jpg). For the leaves I followed a template from Paper Craft Inspirations as well.

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