1.02.2018

RGB Codes for Distress Oxide Inks!

Good morning!
I searched the internet, like I usually do for a new idea I had, that I was sure someone else had thought of first! Low and behold, I could not find it! Let me explain.

I came across Shari Carroll's Distress ink combo sheets that she created for Simon Says Stamp blog. I had miniaturized them, and printed them out a while back. I taped this sheet on my craft wall above my distress inks, and refer to it often. Then I came across Justine's blog where she has some AWESOME distress OXIDE combos that I had to try, so I wrote them down on my combo sheet. Then realized, I wanted to record them as Shari had with the little watercolor circles and the name next to it.

SO.....needless to say, I wanted to add one to Shari's idea, to include all the oxide inks, and then make a combo sheet of my own of my favorite combinations! I wanted to share it with you!

First, I needed all the RBG codes for all the distress Oxide inks. I searched all over the ranger site, but to no avail. Then I searched blogs, and pinterest, and found one hit, but it wasn't quite right. Then I thought, if ranger already chose the colors in their swatches, (which I had in my files) then I can use the eye dropper tool in inkscape, and get the codes myself. With a little elbow grease, and a bunch of patience, I could make them!

I wanted to make the swatches in word so that I could copy and paste them as I needed to make new combos on a separate combo sheet. Take a look:
Here is the word document: click here. I might go forth and create a sheet with all the distress color on it. (I have 24 of them done already) Why not? I'll add to this post if I do. Enjoy!

Labels: distress oxide ink RBG codes, Ranger, Tim Holtz inks, 24 Oxide ink colors. 2018
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8 comments:

  1. Thank you for all your hard work.

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  2. WOW! This is awesome. I know this took a lot of time. Thank you!!!

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  3. Thank you for the work you did. I think you know about the Twisted Citron from someone on Splitcoast Stampers. Still a great chart.

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  4. Great work but the color for twisted Citron isn't right.

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    1. Thanks for the comment, I will fix it.

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  5. Wow. A lot of work. Thank you so much.

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  6. Thank you so much for your work. It is very useful!

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  7. Thank you this is truly a great help for me.

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