12 Distress Oxide Ink Sprays by Tim Holtz ... Set 3 (September releases) - 12 (twelve) beautiful colours in the Tim Holtz® Distress Oxide Spray Inks range.
About Oxide Sprays ...
The amazing inks in Tim's Distress Oxide Range are made with a water-reactive and pigment ink fusion that creates an oxidized, matte, vintage effect when sprayed, misted or wet with water.
These 12 gorgeous colours in this new range of ink sprays are wonderful to use for marbled backgrounds, galaxies, rainbows or blends in any combination you wish. Oxide Ink Sprays suit almost any theme and project including vintage, stained, aged effect crafters are creating in their altered books, journaling, scrapbook pages, cards and paper craft.
Water-soluble, water-reactive, dye and pigment based ink in a spray. Acid free and non-toxic. Compliments all the colours in the Tim Holtz Distress Range.
Price includes 12 (twelve) Distress Oxide Spray bottles in the colours listed below.
Each bottle contains 1.9 fl oz (57ml) with spray nozzle.
All 36 Oxide Sprays are also available individually, in packs of 3 or sets of 12. Feel free to mix and match your own set of colours however many you wish to buy. Msg me if you have questions at any time!
These are the Sept 2019 colours in this pack :
- Black Soot
- Blueprint Sketch
- Candied Apple
- Crushed Olive
- Mustard Seed
- Lucky Clover
- Ground Espresso
- Frayed Burlap
- Rusty Hinge
- Salty Ocean
- Seedless Preserves
- Worn Lipstick
How to Use...
The spray nozzle is easy to use and maintain. Sometimes an airbubble may block the straw, but that's easy to fix too ... simply hold the nozzle down for 30 seconds to allow the airbubble to travel up and out of the straw. Air bubbles are created from shaking the bottle instead of swirling :)
These have a pigment powder within the ink and needs swirling every few sprays to keep the powder from settling. Storage is recommended to be on their sides to help keep the straw from getting blocked from the powder. This happens when you just grab the bottle and spray without swirling the pigment about first.
Designed by Tim Holtz, made by Ranger.