While the suspense is KILLING me, I do believe the idea of releasing a new (surprise) Distress color each month is a wonderful idea. I love this presentation from Tim Holtz and Ranger for so many reasons:
- gives us (the consumers) just one color a month to think about and/or consider adding in some form to our collections
- lets us pick which products we want to add – no more waiting months for the spray or the marker or whatever item wasn’t offered at first!
- gives store owners a wonderful opportunity to make an event out of the reveal each month, as well as a lovely little display for their stores
- gives us all something to watch for each month!
I just love that from every aspect as consumers (or store owners!) Ranger has made this a really fun way to make 2015 the year of Distress Ink. I have several ideas rolling around my head for ways to showcase this and future colors – stay tuned! They’re keeping future colors VERY secret until reveal – so no I don’t know what else we’ll see!
Note for mini ink pad fans – they’ll release after four months (Example: Jan > April) in a set of four. All the existing/older colors of distress? Those are available in mini individually now!
My personal hope – and yes I want to go on record with this in case I’m right – is for some kind of an orchid color between pink and purple. Oh how I’d love to see that presented in a special month… May!! 😉
January’s Cracked Pistachio is now available for pre-order at Simon Says Stamp as a set and should be shipping soon. Ranger promises a color each month – but there is not a set reveal or shipping date at this time. I don’t know if they’ll change that or if we will simply have to stay tuned each month for the surprise…
3 thoughts on “CHA 2015: Tim Holtz and Ranger Present the Distress Ink of the Month”
would love to see this color in real…
Thanks for reporting on all the great stuff at the CHA. I wish very much I could have been there but maybe one day I can afford to go and have a friend to travel with. But I really appreciate you sharing on all of this paper crafting goodness and creativity gives me a better look into the CHA than just pictures I find on Pintrest. Thanks. : )
I love this first colour … and I hope there is Navy and Grey on the list. And I think this is such a great idea!
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