Ranger Ink Letter It

I was so excited to hear from Ranger Ink that I would be getting an early shipment of their brand new product line, Letter It, before it hit store shelves. I am going to share with you a new project, or projects, every day for one week.

So, what is Letter it? According to the Ranger blog, ” Letter It ™ is a carefully curated collection of stamps, pens, embossing powders, pearl powders, mediums, tools and surfaces designed to work together so you can create beautifully personalized cards, tags, gifts, and more for all of life’s occasions! Achieve the look of hand lettering with Ranger’s Letter It™ Clear Stamps. These handwritten sentiments are ideal for every occasion. Each stamp set is 4” x 6” with various sized phrases to fit on standard cards and tags, and are easily customizable for many other sizes. Use with Letter It™ Stamping Inks, Embossing Powders and Perfect Pearls to personalize cards, tags, invitations, and more!”

Ofcourse, I was thrilled to receive the package from them. I love card making! I have always wanted to do hand lettering on my cards, but let’s face it, my lettering stinks! The great thing about these stamp sets is that they give me the ability to have the look of beautiful hand lettering easily. If you would like to see a complete list of the new product line visit the Ranger blog at http://rangerink.com/blog/.

Now onto the fun stuff!

I made this simple but beautiful ivory thank you card with my new supplies. I used a Dylusions stamp and embossed the leaf stamp in gunmetal from the Letter It collection. I then used the Letter It metallic markers set to color in sections of the leaves in a pretty blue. Letter It™ Metallic Markers are opaque, permanent, paint-like markers. But they didn’t bleed through my cardstock! I then used a small section of the grey cardstock available in this new line. All of the surfaces are ideal for use with the Letter It program tools and mediums. I used the sentiment” You’re the best”. I love how this card turned out.


Stay tuned every day for the next week to see a new Letter It inspired project.


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