Hi everyone! I hope everything is going wonderful for each and every one of you! I want to thank you again for all the wonderful comments from the last two posts. They have meant the world to me!
Ranger Ink came out with several new wonderful products that were launched at CHA Create-n-Connect in Las Vegas a few weeks ago. I had the honor and thrill of a creative lifetime, of being asked to make samples for two of the new goods. Of course I said yes despite a lack of mojo, but I gave it all I had at the time and luckily four made the cut to my heart's delight! Thank you Ranger!!! Giving me this opportunity meant more than you know.
Introducing Ranger's Perfect Pearls Kit In Celebration
I was given Festival Green from the set, and just fell in love with the color...so much so, that I used every bit of it. It's perfect for so many different occasions as it's a true green.
Sample 1: Love Autumn Blessings (Using Festival Green Perfect Pearls)
|The Faux Leather Technique never lets me down. It provides a beautiful iridescent color and sheen that looks so delicate, but yet makes the paper so tough and sturdy!|
Sample 2: A Joyful White Christmas (Using Festival Green Perfect Pearls)
Introducing Ranger's Six New Stickles Colors
There is Cranberry, Pink Taffeta, Mercury Glass, Ice Blue, Pine, and Champagne (not pictured). I just love the glitz
and sparkle of regular or Distress Stickles. It transforms the regular to a WOW!
Sample 3: No Bah Humbug-Card 1, Set of 2 (Using Cranberry, Pine, and Mercury Glass Stickles)
|When I thought about using this gent for a Christmasy something, Ebenezer came to mind! He was recently visited by three ghosts, so he is loaded up with presents to give away on Christmas Day.|
Sample 4: Ahooga-Card 2, Set of 2 (Using Cranberry, Pine, and Mercury Glass Stickles)
***This was the sample I saw at the show, and my heart swelled with delight!
|Pimp My Ride, came to mind while creating what I thought Santa's car might look like in roaring 19'25'. Can you believe I wanted to add more, but I finally stopped myself. I love the sound the horns made...much better than they sound now!|