Saturday, June 15, 2019

Saturday Showcase - Seaside Gift Boxes with Eileen Hull Designs Stacking Drawers

Hi everyone and welcome to another Saturday Showcase, the Design Team's chance to share tutorials and products available from The Funkie Junkie Boutique with you and kick start your creative weekend. With Father's Day happening tomorrow and our current challenge 'Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims' still running through to next Tuesday, it seemed the perfect opportunity to create some little gift boxes suitable for someone special. These are all cut using Eileen Hull's Stacking Drawers Scoreboards Die.

Here's how one is made; begin by cutting a piece of white matboard 12 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches. Dilute Dina Wakley's 'Sand' Acrylic Paint (one part paint to one part water) and cover both sides of the board using long brush strokes. An uneven finish is good as it adds to the 'grain' effect'.

Dilute Dina's 'Mineral' Acrylic Paint in the same way and use an old bristle brush to apply streaks across the board (again on both sides).

Dilute Dina's 'Aloe' Acrylic Paint by the same 1:1 ratio and use a smaller brush to add thin stripes across both sides.

Returning to the bristle brush and using Dina's 'Umber' Acrylic Paint add the lightest of brush strokes across the board to replicate wood grain.

Finally use the bristle brush to dry brush the board with White Gesso.

Use the Eileen Hull Designs Scoreboards 'Stacking Drawers' die to cut the three pieces that make up  the box from the painted board.

Assemble the drawer and it's cover using the tabs and score lines created by the die (as shown below).

Once the glue has dried ink all the edges with Acorn Archival Ink. It's also a good idea to rub a clear wax candle over the surfaces and edges to ensure the painted board box pieces glide even more easily.

Cut branch and leaf pieces using Tim Holtz 'Large Funky Floral' Thinlits dies. Paint the branch with the 'Sand' and the leaf with the 'Aloe' and 'Mineral' Acrylic Paints.

To add a little shimmer and shine to a shell add dots of Distress Collage Medium, sprinkle with Eileen Hull's 'Golden Rod' Molten Dimensions Embossing Powder and heat until melted.

Enabler alert; if you don't have shells to hand (and even if you do!) Linda has the Prima Marketing Finnabair Mould 'Seashore Treasures' currently in stock HERE so you can create your own over and over again.

Add trims, the altered shell, the die cut leaf and branch, some of the seaside charms stocked in The Funkie Junkie Boutique (tied together with burlap string) and a self adhesive pearl to the top of the box and fill with your choice of wrapped candies.

I had a few of these to make ready for this coming Sunday. Here are more photos (click on each one for a closer look at the details);

Thanks for visiting to catch today's Saturday Showcase tutorial. Don't forget there's still time to enter the current Frilly and Funkie challenge 'Embellishments, Trinkets and TrimsHERE.

Jenny xxx

Links to the products used from The Funkie Junkie Boutique;

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims

Hello there and welcome to the latest Frilly and Funkie challenge! Linda sells a huge array of beautiful embellishments, trinkets and trims in her store, from metal filigree pieces and charms to buttons, laces and ribbons. They can be the important focal point on a project or the final finishing touches that complete it. However you wish to use them lets see those embellishments, trinkets and trims in action on your vintage or shabby chic entries.

The winner will earn the chance of a Guest Designer spot here at Frilly and Funkie, and everyone who enters and follows the rules will go into the draw for the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique. And there are Top 3 Badges for three further outstanding entries, chosen by the Design Team, because choosing just one winner is so hard!

The guidelines for entering are simple; create a new vintage or shabby chic project following the challenge theme, link it below to your post (not just your blog) and also include a link back to this challenge in your post. You can combine our challenge with up to 10 challenges (including this one) to be in with a chance of winning. If you are entering through a public forum (such as Instagram) you'll need to include the words Frilly and Funkie Challenge. Also, please be sure to turn off your Word Verification so our Design Team can leave comments on your blogs. Make sure you follow these rules as unfortunately, we have had to eliminate entrants from the prize draws in the past.

This week we're bringing you more gorgeous projects, this time from the Funkie side of the Design Team. Make sure to click on each photo for a closer look and use the links to their blogs to find out more about how they were created;

Suzanne Czosek - Suzz's Stamping Spot

Stampers Anonymous Architecture Ranger Distress Ink Sprays Antique Silver Filigree Round  Antique Silver Filigree For the Funkie Junkie Boutique

Sara Emily - sarascloset

Jenny Marples - Pushing The Right Buttons


We kick things off with these stunning projects from the Frilly side of the Design Team. Make sure to click on each photo for a closer look and use the links to their blogs to find out more about how they were created;

Cec Wintonyk - CW Creations

Maggi Harding - Scrap, Travel & Bark

Kathy Clement - Kathy by Design

Now it's over to you! We can't wait to see your take on this creative challenge. Link your project up using the Linky tool below before 11:59PM EDT on Tuesday, June 18th. Our latest Guest Designer will be here tomorrow with a gorgeous project to share with you. And be sure to check back next week to see what the Funkie side of the Design Team have come up with to inspire you.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Challenge Winners - Mother May I?

Today we announce our winners from the 'Mother May I?' challenge. Thank you to everyone who shared their beautiful creations with us. We loved seeing them all.

This time our choice for overall winner was #5 Esther Asbury (Shoregirl's Creations). We loved the beautiful jam pot in honor of her mom and the way she'd added the beautiful trims around it. Congratulations to Esther on being our favorite and winning the opportunity to be a Guest Designer here at Frilly and Funkie for a future challenge. You will be contacted with all the details.

And now our picks for the three winners of the Frilly and Funkie Top 3 Badges for this challenge. In numerical order they are; #1 Gail (ionabunny) #2 Jean (Krafty Jean) and #6 Esther Asbury. Please email Linda at for the codes for the Top 3 badges so that you can display them proudly on your blog.

And finally we have a randomly chosen lucky winner for the $25 gift certificate to The Funkie Junkie Boutique. Our congratulations this time go to #4 Carol (Carol Stamps)! Please email Linda at for the gift certificate details.

Thank you again from all of us here at Frilly and Funkie to everyone who took part in this challenge and congratulations to all our winners. The current challenge, 'Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims' runs through Tuesday, June 18th and the Funkie side of the Design Team will be back here this Wednesday, June 12th with some more inspiration for you. We look forward to seeing your entries!

Have a great week everyone.

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Saturday Showcase: Stamperia Alice Mixed Media Tag Tutorial

Hello, Friends! Happy Saturday! It's Kathy here with this week's Saturday Showcase. Today I'm sharing a tutorial for this Stamperia Alice Mixed Media Etcetera Tag. While this is not a complete step out tutorial, I do have several great techniques, tips and ideas that I think you will enjoy.

I decided to let my Girly Grunge side and my Shabby Chic side throw a Mixed Media Party for this Saturday Showcase. It's fun to experiment with new product, try new techniques and make a mess!

I began by painting the outer edges of my Etcetera Tag with Cracked Pistachio Distress Paint. While the paint was still wet, I sprinkled it liberally with Seth Apter Dusk Baked Velvet. I let the excess slide off onto a piece of clean paper and put it back in the jar. Then I heat embossed. Adding embossing mediums over wet Distress Paint is a very quick and easy way to add wonderful texture to a project. The wet paint replaces the need for embossing ink, and sometimes it actually cracks or bubbles while being heated, adding even more texture, which I love.

Baked Velvet Mediums heat emboss to a matte finish, which is such a neat look. Next, I dry brushed more Cracked Pistachio randomly over the Baked Velvet. While still wet, I sprinkled Patina Oxide randomly about, then heat embossed. The end result is this incredible weathered wood effect. Yummy!

This photo is a before/after of a bunch of metal embellishments. I tapped the metals with Cracked Pistachio, then heat embossed with Dusk Baked Velvet. While the surfaces were still hot, I sprinkled with Patina Oxide (use tweezers if you touch the's HOT!) then embossed a second time. Some areas were then highlighted again with paint. I love the patina this created. It also served to give all these varied finishes a uniform look. Now I was ready to go to work on the details of the tag, which you will see in the tutorial below. But first, here are some detail photos for you to enjoy.

This tag flips over to reveal a 4" x 6" waterfall feature. I had to get creative to make this work...and I'll show you how in the video tutorial.

So grab a cuppa and a snack, and let's get our craft on!

Thanks so much for sharing your Saturday Morning with me! I hope you have a lovely weekend, and find some time to get crafty!


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Friday, June 7, 2019

Our Giveaways are Back!

That's right! The Funkie Junkie Boutique will be starting monthly craft box giveaways again. There are four different ways to enter. All you have to do is check out our social media pages. Get extra entries by sharing the contest information with friends. Easy peasy, right? Here you go!

The Funkie Junkie June Giveaway!

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Guest Designer - Adrijana Knez (aka Paper Beauty AK)

Please welcome our Guest Designer for the 'Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims' challenge - Adrijana Knez (aka Paper Beauty AK). Adrijana was the winner of our 'Spring is in Full Bloom' challenge.

"Hello dear crafty souls. My name is Adrijana (Jana) aka Paper Beauty AK. I’m 45 year old and I live with my family in a small country – Slovenia. I'm married to a graphic designer and we have three beautiful children. We love nature...mountains, sea, forest and animals. And I love gardening.

I’ve dabbled in a variety of crafts, and my true passion has always been card making: book cards & exploding boxes, albums... until recently (2 years ago) when I discovered the world of mixed media! Now I just can't stop myself from making a mess!

I love making 3D projects with a lots of layers, embellish and different papers collections. I started blogging in January 2014 (my old blog: Janin ustvarjalni vrt eng. Jane’s Creative Garden). My new blog (start January 2018) Paper Beauty AK is virtual happy place to share some paper projects with step by step photos tutorial. I am continually inspired by the amazing people I’ve met in blogland (workshop by Dorota Kopeć 2016, 2017 and 2018) and the wonderful friendships I’ve made. The crafting community is filled with such generous and talented artists.

In 2018, I was invited as a teacher and I had two workshops in Maribor called "6. Creative Week with Art Maribor 12.3. - 17.3.2018", where we created an exploding box and dream catcher.

Thank you so much to the Frilly and Funkie team for inviting me to spend the day with them. I’m thrilled and honoured to be here with such a talented group of artists."

"This week we have a very interesting challenge, it’s called “Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims”. So I decided to created an album with Stamperia paper collection “Alice”, which is perfect for vintage look combined with watercolor paper. I really love this collection that are just calling to create a paper story with them. If you know my work, than you know that I love to use a lot of different embellishments: paper flowers, chipboards, art stones... On my album, I used a lot of chipboards “Wonderland”, that fit nicely with design papers. I then added some mechanical pieces, charms, flowers, laces and ribbons. Come and join us, we can’t wait to see your gorgeous creations! Please take a cup of tea or coffee and enjoy the photos."

Adrijana is very active on her social media so make sure to check out her project and all of her other fabulous work here;

The 'Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims' challenge can be found HERE and runs through 11:55 pm EST on Tuesday, June 18th so make sure to link your projects and join in the fun.

On Saturday one of our designers will be here with a new Saturday Showcase and then the gals on the Funkie side of the team will be here next Wednesday with more inspiration for the challenge.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Saturday Showcase -- Stamperia Lilac Flowers Mini Album Tutorial With Tim Holtz Crochet Thinlits

Hello and welcome to Frilly and Funkie's Saturday Showcase! Today I'm sharing a step by step tutorial for building the mini album I created for the current  Frilly and Funkie challenge, Mother May I? My album features the beautiful Stamperia Lilac Flowers Paper collection and Tim Holtz Crochet Thinlits die set.  The Funkie Junkie Boutique offers a huge selection of Stamperia papers, but I chose the Lilac Flowers collection to make my album; the striking floral images brought to mind my Mom and her treasured lilac tree back home. I'll also be sharing some ideas for using up every bit of these gorgeous papers and getting the most out of your Distress Oxide Sprays to make additional elements for the album.

I start by making three signatures and build my cover around it. The design of the signatures is not my own;  I referred to this video tutorial by Cristina Radovan where she builds a beautiful album from scratch in no time . She uses a single sheet of 12 x 12 paper to make a two page spread. While I did use her video as a visual reference, I don't understand her language and don't know how to translate videos--is that even possible? I thought it would be helpful to do a detailed interpretation of  the signature portion of her tutorial with specific measurements.

Build the Signatures:

1. Choose your paper and determine which way you wish to orient your paper, keeping in mind what designs will be showing on the outside. You also don't want your designs to be upside down when you're done folding this, so check twice. (It helps to use a paper that doesn't have words or images that might look funny if upside down! Ask me why I know this!) ` For demonstration purposes I'm using a cheap white paper, so you can see where I score and cut better. The reverse side is navy, which I will consider to be my 'right' side of the paper, with the white being the 'wrong' side. Note this tutorial is for use with 12 x 12 inch papers.

 Click on any photo to enlarge.

2. With your paper oriented with top up, score at 5 7/8 inches and 6 1/8 inches.

3. Turn paper so top is to your right and score at 5 3/4 inches and 11 1/2 inches. You will see your paper now has 4 equal quadrants with a 1/2 inch flap at the top and two central score lines. Crease your score lines with a bone folder.

4. With top facing up, cut on the 5 7/8 and 6 1/8 inch score lines to the 5 3/4 inch score line, and discard this piece. Do the same with the center score lines on the 1/2 inch top flap. You will now have 2 separate equal sized 1/2 inch tabs at the top and two equal sized square flaps on the bottom with a scored section in between them. The 1/4 inch scored portion between the two upper quadrants will become the spine of your 'signature'.

5. Mark and cut the right hand bottom quadrant at 2 1/2 inches from the bottom. Reserve this piece.

6. Mark the left hand bottom quadrant and the top 1/2 inch tab at 2 3/8 inches and 3 3/8 inches and cut just to score lines as shown in photo.  This will give you three strips at the bottom left and three tabs at the top left side. I will refer to them going forward as the left, center and right strips and left center and right tabs.

7. Cut triangles off each of the three 1/2 inch tabs as shown.

8. Flip the center strip and tab to the reverse side and crease folds with a bone folder, so you will be left with two tabs at the top and two strips at the bottom. Blend the right side edges of the two bottom strips with Frayed Burlap ink at this point if you wish to ink your album's edges.

9. Cut a strip of vellum 2 inches by 5 3/4 inches and adhere to the inside edge only of the left strip, leaving the right side of the vellum strip free. Flip this strip up and adhere to the corresponding left tab at the top. The vellum will not be adhered, and the right tab will fold over the top of it to hold it in place. This will make a left side loading deep pocket that runs the width of this page. (Pictured below) Note: I later decided to make a thumb notch using a circle punch in the pockets,but it would be easier to do this before adhering this strip to the tab. Cristina used a punch to cut decorative edges after she assembled her pages, so if you have a decorative edge punch that is an option.

10. Now we're ready to finish up the left side by applying glue along the right side of the left quadrant, along the spine and on the top right tab.  Fold up the right strip and adhere, leaving the left side free. This will make a second, shallow pocket as shown above.

11. Glue reserved piece from step 5 to the 1/2 inch tab of the upper right quadrant. I used a corner rounder to finish off the corners on these right hand side upper and lower flaps. My preference is to blend all the remaining edges that will show with Frayed Burlap Distress ink at this point.

12. Turn your signature over and apply glue to just the tab at the top and adhere the center strip to it, making a belly band that you can tuck your tags under.

I made three signatures (pictured above), and decided to reverse the design on the last one just for fun, which, brings to mind the question "what was I thinking?".

Fill the album:

I found it helpful to complete my pages before building the cover, to determine how wide to make the spine.

Decorating the pages is so easy and one of the most fun parts of putting together a project like this, especially when you have a paper collection with captivating designs that flow so effortlessly from one to the next. Stamperia's paper collections are famous for their impeccable mixed media details, so much of the work is already done.  I especially love the stitching and weathering on the ephemera; it has a dimensional quality and the details look authentic. All you have to do is fussy cut, blend the edges with your favorite ink (I used Frayed Burlap and Ground Espresso throughout.) and stick things together.

While I don't have room to include every feature here, (it would be an incredibly long post!), I'll share a few quick ideas and tips. You can visit my post HERE to see all the pages and inserts in detail.

Tag Stops, Tuck Spots and Tabs

A fussy cut butterfly from the collection adhered by just one set of wings stands in as a tag stop. The belly band further secures a folio and is decorated with a pair of Tim Holtz Crochet Thinlits die cuts, faux rouched ribbon and paper flowers from my stash.

This Crochet die cut serves as a place to tuck in a top hinged flap. A tag cut from the cover art is an easy interactive element that pulls out from under the lined panel.

While the Crochet die cut embellishes a belly band, the paper lace and pearl border to the right cut from the Lilac Flowers collection serves to stop the lined panel. Glue down just the right edge of the strip to the signature leaving about 1/4 inch on the left free.

 In the photo above you can see I die cut the belly band embellishment from the back cover art. Nothing is wasted!

The fussy cut blue butterfly serves double duty as a place to tuck a few tags and also pitches in to hide the workings of one of the closures pictured below.

This somewhat hidden tuck spot serves a second important function, which you will see below.

Flap Closures

I tried three different closures to secure the flap pages in my album. Some worked out better than others. Again, "What was I thinking?"!

To make a figure eight closure for the first set of flaps, I punch out two post mark images from the paper. I measure to find center of the upper and lower flaps and use an adhesive pop dot to attach one to each of the flaps. Simply figure eight a string around to fasten.

I constructed a swivel tab closure on the second signature.  I dabbed Picket Fence paint on an Ideaology Story Stick and brad and let them dry while I find and mark center on the bottom flap only. I  use a pokey tool to start a hole, insert the brad through the hole in the Story Stick and then through the hole in the paper.  I apply a strip of tape to secure the prongs on the wrong side of the paper.

The blue butterfly that acts as a tuck spot for tags mentioned in the section above hides the prongs.

You can see how the Story Stick swivels to catch the top flap and hold everything in place. The secret is the added length of the top flap, created by the fussy cut 'lace' strip.Without this overlap of the bottom flap, the swivel clasp will not work; as I learned on my third signature pictured below. I guess it was a happy accident that I added that detailed border strip; because I sure wasn't thinking of swivels when I made the signature.

 For the last closure,  I initially poked my hole and added my brad and Trinket Pin to the bottom flap as outlined above. After it kept falling open, I had to come up with a quick alternate plan. I thought surely it would work if I let gravity help and attach the Trinket Pin to the top flap. To correct my failed attempt, I covered my hole from the front with a fussy cut butterfly. On the inside of the flap, a scrap adhered just at the bottom covers the hole and works as a tuck spot. I proceeded with adding the Trinket Pin mechanism to the top flap.

Well, guess what? My second idea didn't work either for the same reason as the first idea. Duh! (This is why we don't craft on 3 hours of sleep!) Luckily,  I had just enough room to adhere a magnet in the tuck spot I had just created. Next time, I'll just do the figure eight closure; it's quick, easy and effective.

Quick and easy hand colored papers

 I colored some papers with Distress Oxide Sprays to use in conjunction with the Stamperia Lilac Flowers papers and sprinkled them throughout the album as pull out panels, tags and notebook paper.

I've found a great way to stretch my oxide sprays and save time while making batches of papers like these. When I spray something, I place it on my tear off wax paper palette pad to collect the over spray. I let the over spray stay on the palette and store the 'dirty' palette flat to use another time. I guess that's the ultimate in frugality. This particular batch was colored front and back with sprays left over from a project I did almost two weeks ago. All I do is spray the dried spray with water to reactivate it and swipe my papers through the puddles. The colors left over on my palette are Iced Spruce and Faded Jeans. As with everything else, I blended the edges with Frayed Burlap. The three 5 x 5 panels are stamped with the script stamp from Tim Holtz Entomology after giving them an extra spritz of my new Pumice Stone and Shaded Lilac oxide sprays.

Build the cover and add the signatures:

Once the signatures were built, and filled, I moved on to the cover. I followed my talented teammate and friend, Kathy Clement's YouTube video, so there's nothing new here. Kathy's video tutorials are clear, organized and informative, and she doesn't miss a trick!

I cut the chipboard front and back covers slightly larger than the signature. I made my spine the width of my combined full signatures and added approximately 1/2 inch. I used paper from an over sized high quality drawing pad to cover my chipboard and a coordinating paper from my stash to cover the inside of the spine.

I want my pages to cascade when the the album is opened flat. When I tried  Cristina's method, my pages stuck straight up and I had to do a bit of repair work to my signatures. I think she may have used a lighter weight paper.

To achieve my goal, I space the three signatures an equal distance apart on the spine. Apply super sticky double sided tape to the spines, remove the liner, position the first two signatures at either edge of the spine and center the third. Burnishing inside the spine of each signature after sticking them down assures they stay in place. In the second photo in the first collage you can see the two outer signatures are in place, and I've drawn a guideline to place my central signature. Although coming up with this solution was challenging (for me; I don't have an engineer's mind), the results were worth it.

Decorate the Cover:

Choose papers from the paper pack and trim them into 4 panels to fit front and back inside and outside covers. I blend them with Frayed Burlap ink and splash on some water droplets. I splash on watery ink for more foxing. I adhere the two interior panels, and later will adhere the two exterior panels.

I choose to make a simple tie closure for the album. Cut approximately one yard of vintage seam binding and age even more with Frayed Burlap ink. I wad up my ribbon and pounce it on the ink pad, then spritz with just enough water to allow the ink to leach into the fabric.

Mark a center line around the front, spine and back covers, run a strip of double sided adhesive tape over the lines and remove the liner. Find the center of your ribbon, fold in half. Adhere the fold at the center of the spine and continue to adhere as shown. Unfold and  repeat with remaining ribbon on the other side.

I cut a strip of the paper with the script design and adhere it to the outer spine. (Not shown) I cut a piece of rice paper the height of the spine and about 1 1/2 inches wider than the spine. I spread Vintage Collage Medium on the reverse side of the rice paper panel and adhere this over the paper covered spine. You can see the script faintly peeking through in the above photo, but it's a bit less discreet in real life. Next I adhere the front and back panels to the cover and adhere a strip of vintage lace to the lines where the rice and decorative paper meet on the front and back covers.

Now I embellish the front cover.

  I choose one of Tim Holtz Ideaology Lace Baseboard Frames and blend it with Frayed Burlap ink. I ended going over just the inside and outside edges with Ground Espresso ink for more of a contrast with my ephemera. These frames are so detailed and they need little else to bring them to life.

  I select this gorgeous tag from the page of twelve different stunning tags to fill my frame. I cut it out and adhere it to the reverse side of the frame.

  I fell in love with this magnificent lilac stem on one of the pages. The artwork is exceptional on Stamperia's papers, and this looks like it's just been clipped from the garden. I chose to use pieces of it to embellish my cover, along with a butterfly from another page. I fussy cut and blend them with Frayed Burlap.

 Most of my die cut Crochet lace pieces are inked with Antique Linen Oxide. The one I made for the cover was scrunched up somewhat while still damp and allowed to dry. This gives it just enough realistic dimension.

I accidentally knocked one of the pearls off my flowers on the cover so I replaced them all with 1/2 pearls colored with Smolder Alcohol Pearls. Just put the pearls in a plastic baggie and add a drop or two of Smolder for that perfect vintage patina.

 I kept my background ephemera simple, adhering it to the reverse side of the frame along with a panel of corrugated board to add dimension.

I also give dimension to my title by first matting an Ideaology Clippings Sticker to a scrap and then mounting it on a piece of chipboard. Lastly, the butterfly, flowers and title are adhered.

I do appreciate you hanging in there with me through this long post, and I hope you learned some useful tips to use in your own creations. Remember, there's still time to link your vintage or shabby chic project for our current challenge, Mother May I?.

Happy crafting!
Sara Emily

Links to the products used from The Funkie Junkie Boutique: (Note select Distress products are on sale for 40% MSP, including some of these listed. Get them while their hot!)

Stamperia - Lilac Flowers 12x12 Paper Pack
Stamperia Rice Paper
Sizzix Chapter 2 Tim Holtz Thinlits Crochet
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Baseboard Frames Lace
Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Rubber Stamps - Entomology
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Story Sticks
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Long Fasteners
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Paint - Picket Fence 
Mini Glassine Bags
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Pad - Antique Linen
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Antique Linen
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Frayed Burlap 
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Ground Espresso 
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Pad - Shaded Lilac
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Shaded Lilac
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Seedless Preserves
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Pad - Iced Spruce
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Iced Spruce
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Faded Jeans
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Pumice Stone
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Matte 
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Vintage