Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Marker Tube Set, 4 by 7.35-Inch, 49-Pack
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- Markers are dual-tipped: one end is fine and the other is brush
- Package contains forty-nine markers in different colors in a plastic storage tube
- Acid free and non-toxic
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-If you are using the brush end to color on your rubber stamps before stamping them, use the side of the brush, not the very tip or you will make it so there isn't a "tip" anymore. I know because I did it. So don't do that. It's instant sad.
-If you are utilizing these markers with watercolor techniques, be prepared for it to have various kinds of shading/blending, or lack thereof, depending on your surface. Tim Holtz did a YouTube video on how the results of the watercolor technique vary on different surfaces, but the title escapes me at the moment. Basically, use watercolor paper if you're going to do that. I've found that Smooth Bristol 300 series paper also works great with the watercolor technique.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I think that the markers work well but i don't think the colors match up to the distress inks the way I expected.Published 4 months ago by carole l
These markers are high quality and the colors have fun names (e.g., Mowed Lawn, Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry, Ripe Persimmon, Seedless Preserves). Read morePublished 5 months ago by a
Finally got the distress markers to go with the distressed stamp pads. Truely a great set.Published 5 months ago by Janet
Just what I needed to complete my marker collection. The best markers ever.Published 5 months ago by Sheryl L Cahill