Thursday, August 13, 2009

What the Heck is a Stickle?

Recently, I have been marketing and promoting Ranger Inks Stickles and in return I have received the questions, "What the heck is a Stickle?" Stickles is a Ranger Ink product and it is glitter glue and it enhances images and adds sparkle to paper craft projects. I have been using Stickles for over a year now and really like the finished results that have been achieved. Last year I used Yellow and Black Diamond Stickles to enhance an image of a bee that I stamped on to some greeting cards.

Currently, I am working on Christmas cards and you can see the extra sparkle that has been achieved to the tree image. What was extra cool was that last weekend when I was working on my Christmas Trees I discovered that the Stickles that are simply titled Pink, match perfectly with Stampin' Ups Razzle Rasberry in color. I have Pink colored Stickles available and on sale now in my Etsy shop.

A Christmas Tree In Stampin' Ups Razzle Rasberry paper, Whisper White Craft ink and outlined in Icicles Stickles.

Santa is one of Stampin' Ups newest Stamps. (I am a Stampin' Up customer only. If you live in south Chandler and are looking for a demonstrator please contact me and I will be able to give you a wonderful demonstrator's name.) Ink was done in Glorious Green, Choc. Chip, Brilliant Blue and Basic Black. The corner leaves were given extra color using Holly Stickles.

Snowmen and snow balls were filled in using Diamond Stickles. They give off a pinkish tintand is really pretty.

What else makes Stickles so special is the fine applicator tip. Because the tip is small, it is very easy to control the amount that comes out of the bottle. You can write, draw, dot, dash and so much more. If you have any questions on the color or anything else, please contact me @