Friday, April 12, 2013

Organizing Distress Ink Pads

I finally had some time to organize my Tim Holtz Disress Ink Pads. 

Ranger had made it easy by providing free PDF files: Ranger Ink Pad Label Sheets Template


They are designed to work with Avery brand 5267 labels (or other brands that have a similar size label–one and three quarters inch by one half inch, 80 labels per sheet).

I used the Avery 8167 labels and the template was still compatible.
I printed off the labels, then used my ink blending tool to stain the labels.
Then, I attached the label onto the side of the ink pad. I store my ink pads upside down which makes them last longer, preventing the ink from drying up.


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3 comments:

  1. Wow! You inspire to higher level of organization! What a great, simple way to keep your inks catalogued.

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  2. I do not know why, but every link I find for these labels doesn't work. Even right from the Ranger page, it doesn't work. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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  3. I do not know why, but every link I find for these labels doesn't work. Even right from the Ranger page, it doesn't work. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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