More Ranger U photos…

Just some more shots to share from my fun at Ranger U this past weekend…

Grungeboard flourish + Shabby Shutters Distress Ink + Antique Linen Distress Stickles = Gorgeous.  The Antique Linen Distress Stickles are a new must-have.  When you smear it around and let it dry, it looks like flakes of fool's gold.  Not shiny and tacky, but very subtle and lovely…

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Here is a pile of goodness.  Hero Arts and Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz stamps.  Yummmmmmm…

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An odd shot here.  This is a cookie cutter sitting on a piece of collage paper.  I then poured in some hot UTEE from a melting pot.  Once it cooled, I ended up with a clear butterfly with a collage backing.  Fun…

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And I have gotten lots of emails.  Yep, I will be sharing the techniques I learned.  I promise.  I have something up my sleeve. πŸ™‚

And, if you are interested in the camera I used for these shots, it is a tiny cheap one that I love.  HERE is the link.  I love love love it!  It has a great macro setting.

More soon!  I am exhausted tonight.  Night!

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35 thoughts on “More Ranger U photos…”

  1. Thanks for more shares… can’t wait for you to teach us what you learned. πŸ™‚ Hey, when are you up for a week on the HA blog? I know you’ve been busy with traveling and all… but I’m looking forward to a Jennifer week. πŸ™‚

  2. Jennifer – thank you so much for sharing photo’s of the cool things you made – i am LOVING that butterfly with collage paper – your blog is the bestest and I can’t wait to see more πŸ™‚ Zoe xo

  3. Jennifer

    Love the butterfly and the other project. I hope Connie will carry these stickles too.

    I have a question. Can you reuse the cookie cutter? If so, what did you use to release from the cutter? Either way I just love the way it turned out.

    Sleep well and have sweet dreams.

    Sandi N.

  4. Hi Jennifer,

    On the first of May Tim will be in Johannesburg (South Africa) giving classes at our convention. He is the only reason I jut had to convince my husband to let me join in the workshop. I am super excited, and you just made me jump in one place looking at all you have made. Thank you, I now know I will not regret spending alot of money to be able to attend his classes. Jayme from MM will also be a teacher. Can’t wait.
    Have a great day.

  5. That butterfly is wonderful! I have to try to make one. What do you use on the butterfly to make sure the UTEE doesnΒ΄t stick to it once it is cold?
    Thank you so much for sharing your ideas. I live far away in Sweden and will probably never be able to attend either yours or Tims classes, but through your blog I get a good glimpse of them!

  6. Hi Jennifer,
    Thanks for posting such great blogs, I love reading them here in the UK and you are such a lovely, warm person, it comes across so clearly on your posts. I smile a lot when reading what you write and seeing your gorgeous work!

    I met Shari at the UK Stitches show in Feb and she said you and her were best of friends and how wonderful (and tiny) you were in real life!!! She is a really sweet and lovely too!!

    Best wishes,

  7. Oh MAN! That is soooo cool Jennifer! Kay you’ve fired up my Mojo for the day…off to create!

  8. Beautiful things! I love the distress stickles. I can not wait to see all the techniques that you learned.

  9. I just love your butterfly project. I’ve been meaning to try the cookie cutter/utee combination after watching Suze’s video awhile ago but after seeing yours with the collage paper I really want to make one. But first I have to get a butterfly cookie cutter. Thanks for sharing…you’re awesome.

  10. OOOhhhh, love that UTEE trick. have never used it before but I may have to start. Can’t wait to see what you’ve got planned!! πŸ™‚

  11. Welcome back – it was fun to live vicariously – Tim! How fun! The thing with his style is there are so many layers, steps, whatever, you can’t take it all in at once. thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

  12. Wow!! You are right — lots of goodness to share! Thanks for the photos, they’re cool in themselves!

  13. Jen- Thanks for sharing the Ranger U experience. I loved seeing all your projects! The Hero arts stamp with Distressed ink was my favorite. Simple- but so cool. Can’t wait to see what you have “up your sleeve”. Yes- I am envious of the Tim Holtz pic, Lucky!

  14. I am thrilled you are – and will be sharing more, Ranger stuff. Like I said in your last post – my two fav things. HA and Ranger! Thanks Jennifer. You rock!

  15. Thank you for all the great pics of your Ranger U experience. I can’t wait to see more and learn how to use all the cool new Ranger stuff. I bought all the new Distress Stickles at an Expo recently, and haven’t even tried them out. But now you have inspired me, thank you! Also, I just ordered the Canon camera that you love! I was in the market for a new compact camera, so thanks for the recommendation and link!!

  16. oh how i dream of attending Ranger U! so fun! it’s been so cool seeing your pics while there. love love love that butterfly, WOW! looking forward to what you have to share w/ us next πŸ™‚

  17. Jennifer, thank you for sharing all the great photos of your Ranger experience. It’s obvious you had a wonderful, creative, intense 3 days! We all want to take the class! Fortunately I got to see samples of all of the projects at Ranger U from Sandy and Richele who also attended Ranger U. Can’t wait to try the Antique Linen Stickles. I have all of them! The butterfly cookie cutter was so cool! Bring on the pictures.
    Shirley L.
    Roseville, CA

  18. Jennifer, These are all so beautiful will you be doing a class at SYAO on these techniques anytime soon?

    Debby O

  19. I have the Canon SD600 — a couple of generations before the one you mention, but still AWESOME. Love this camera. One day I’d love to get an SLR, but for now this one is just perfect for me!

    Ranger U is something I’ve always wanted to go to. I look forward to hearing more about your experience there.

  20. Jennifer, more, tell us more!! I’m hoping that I get your class at StampAway this year. Between you and Tim, you’re all we crafters need. Oh yes, and of course, lots of Hero Arts stamps. Thanks for sharing. Jan in Tucson

  21. LOL – I was just reading the other comments here and wanted to chime in that I HAVE ALL OF THE DISTRESS STICKLES, too! Isn’t that funny? Not that we are obsessed or that we hoard or anything, huh? Seriously, I think we all know and love Ranger products so much that when they come out with something new, we don’t just try it, we buy the whole line! Ranger and Hero Arts put out such innovative, QUALITY products that I trust them 100% of the time. I will happily buy all the goodies I can, knowing they will be top of the line and serve me well. That says A LOT about those companies, doesn’t it?

  22. please someone tell me how you get the distress inks to show up on the grungeboard. Because of the grey color, all my inks look the same??? Am I doing something wrong? I wish the grungeboard was a cream color? anyone else??’Love the photos Jennifer! thanks!!

  23. Hey Jennifer, I love your videos!! I am new to scrapbooking and card making , I have learned so much from you! I look foward in seeing your new techniques!! By the way, you have a great looking family! Rhonda

  24. Awesome….enjoy CHA and glad you had fun at Ranger U. I would love to get an invite and go. Just the opportunity to learn from everyone. Loved CKU and am sooooooooooooooooooooo sad that thats been discontinued. I looked forward to it in the Midwest the last couple of years and had so much fun.
    Looking forward to your creations…Kim

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