Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Glitter - Antique Linen

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Glitter - Antique Linen
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Make your projects sparkle with the Tim Holtz Distress Glitter Antique Linen! Use with the Ranger Sticky Embossing Powder, Wonder Tape and other Ranger adhesives (sold separately). Every pack includes one 1 oz. clear jar with a brushed aluminum lid. Made in the USA.


SKU: pp-thtdg39112 UPC: 789541039112

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    5/ 5stars

    glitter

    Tim Holtz does it again!

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    4/ 5stars

    Unusual Lovely Color--May Not Be Your Idea of Cream

    The color is not off-white, but an almost aged metallic-gold cream, so might look odd on pure white paper. The glitter is not just one shade; there are darker and lighter flecks. (The color would look nice blended with other glitters in the line.) The glitter feels very fine to the fingertip--less chunky than I was expecting. Should be very nice for vintage looks. Do be aware that this is a small jar, so a bit "spend-y."

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  • How is the distress glitter different from regular glitter?   By: Iris Esther (10-Aug-14) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Hi: The Distress Glitter particles are not uniform in size or color. Some particles are almost powdery. The finished effect gives more color gradation than you get with regular glitter. Looks a bit more textured. (do note the pictures tend to make the jars look very large: they aren't, particularly.) By: sjwatson44 (12-Aug-14) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Glitter is a shiny medium to add to any project - Distress Glitter is very similar, it is a bit lighter in weight than most regular glitter. However, it is really meant to coordinate with the Tim Holtz line of distress inks...Distress glitter imitates mica (used, for example, during Egyptian times to add a shimmer to their art work) and is actually a bit less reflective than regular glitter.

      I will add that Distress embossing powder is very different from regular embossing powder. It has particles in it that provide a rough feel to the surface, whereas embossing powder is quite smooth. Both are ink-resistant. Hope this helps. By: NadineThompson (12-Aug-14) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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