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CHA2014 – The Ranger Designer Challenge

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

To show the versatility of Tim Holtz Distress Paint, Ranger challenged all kinds of artists and scrapbookers create something in their own style using Distress Paint as a main form of medium. See works from Anna Dabrowska, Ali Edwards, Dyan Reaveley, Jenn McGuire, Dina Wakley, Amy Tangerine, and so many more!

Distress Paints: Product Review and Ideas for Scrapbooking

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
So Typical - Background made with Distress Paint

So Typical – Background made with Distress Paint

Have you been wondering whether Tim Holtz Distress Paints are worth getting?

In January we brought you an exclusive demo video by Tim Holtz. I got to see it in use and feel how smooth it is on the paper (yes, it’s wonderfully smooth and not chalky!). But it’s another thing to actually buy and use the product.

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Tim Holtz Full Demo of Distress Paint and Rock Candy Dry Glitter at CHA 2013

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

This is a longer, more extensive video than the private one Tim did for us the first morning. Ranger invited us to join a small group of their biggest retailers before the trade show opened on the second morning, and that’s what this video is.

So if you want to see and learn even more about the Distress Paint, check out this video! You’ll also see how to color the Rock Candy Dry Glitter!

Tim Holtz Demos Distress Paint from Ranger – CHA 2013

Saturday, January 12th, 2013


The videos from the Craft and Hobby Association Trade Show for winter 2013 start now! First off is one I know will generate tons of excitement! Tim Holtz’s Distress Paint is awesome and Tim demonstrates what you can do with it in this video.

I have a huge drawer full of paint already but Tim let me try these paints after we shot our video and I love how easy it is to get this paint all over a large surface in no time, especially if you use a Blending Tool to spread it. And it spreads so smoothly, and that’s really nothing compared to the other great features that make Distress Paint so unique!