Hey y’all! I was sent this new line by Ranger Ink over the Thanksgiving Break and wanted to share it with y’all! I absolutely love these new products. I made the card above using these products and it came out stunning!
First up are the new Archival Inks for this line. They come in Set 1: Cobalt, Coffee, Shadow Grey, and Jet Black and Set 2: Plum, Rose Madder, Olive, French Ultramarine.
Then there’s these new embossing powders. These are the perfect size to try out a color you’re not sure of. I also have never used an entire jar of the regular embossing powder so these are the perfect fit for me! They come in Tinsels: Gold Tinsel, Silver Tinsel, Bridal Tinsel, Copper Tinsel and Metallics: Rose Gold, Navy, Gunmetal, and Marigold.
Next are these Perfect Pearls. I love these little sets because they come with everything you need to make these work! I’ve got tutorials on using Perfect Pearls coming up tomorrow on my blog so come back! The sets are Set 1: Perfect Bronze and Pewter; Set 2: Perfect Pearl and Sunflower Sparkle.
Next are these Embossing Pens and Metallic Markers. Perfect for hand lettering (which reminds me that I need to start practicing again). There are two sets for these embossing pens – one set comes with a broad tip and fine tip and the other comes with a brush tip and bullet tip.
They also sent me these cardstock sets, tag sets and embossing ink pad. I tried out the embossing ink pad and it is SO juicy! got the right amount of ink on my stamp and came out great. I also fell in love with this cardstock. Very smooth and none of the embossing powder got stuck to it!
They also came out with this acrylic block. I haven’t busted mine out yet but I’ll let you know when I do.
And now for my absolute favorite! They came out with six hand lettered stamp sets for those of us (me) who can’t write this good! They came out with one for every occasion- baby, wedding, thank you, congrats, hello, and birthday.
I absolutely love these new products! Be sure to check them out and use #letterit and #rangerink so they can see what you’ve made!
Check it out here on Ranger’s blog!