Tim Holtz New Distress Markers

enhance your papercrafts with a unique way to add color

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Maybe your shrink says distress is a bad thing, but everyone in the crafting world knows that it's hip to get a little distressed sometimes! With the Tim Holtz, easily add vintage coloring effects and many other techniques and achieve the look that you desire with brand new Distress Markers. These water-based coloring inks enhance your coloring, journaling, stamping, and more. With Tim Holtz and you'll feel really good about getting a little distressed!


  • colors included are:
    • evergreen bough
    • festive berries
    • gathered twigs
    • iced spruce
    • mowed lawn
    • peacock feathers
    • picked raspberry
    • ripe persimmon
    • salty ocean
    • seedless preserves
    • shaded lilac
    • squeezed lemonade

About Tim Holtz

Tim Holtz is the Creative Director for Ranger Industries, one of the leading manufacturers of innovative inks, paints, and embossing products. Tim plays an integral part in the development and design of cutting edge paper crafting products. Tim has teamed up with various key companies like Ranger, Advantus,Stampers Anonymous, Sizzix, Tonic Studios, and Core’dinations to bring unique products that work hand in hand with Ranger’s extensive lines. As a well known designer, Tim travels across the country and internationally to educate and introduce people to his world of ink techniques, project ideas, and so much more. His books “A Compendium of Curiosities” Vol.1 and Vol.2 are filled with creative and inspiring ideas for paper crafters and beyond. He truly lives his motto: “In a world where the moments of our lives can be captured and created in art of the everyday, it’s important it reflects our own unique personality. Finding just the right objects, accents, and tools to use are most important. Whatever your artistic vision is, exploring the imaginative is a chance for our creativity to escape understanding. Remember life isn’t about finding yourself – life is about creating yourself…”

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