Ranger Embossing Powder, Copper, Super Fine Detail, 1 oz. jar

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EP36661
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Easily add unique dimension and shine to your hand lettering, art, and craft projects with Ranger Embossing Powder in Copper for Super Fine Detail.
$4.99
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Easily add unique dimension and shine to your hand lettering, art, and craft projects with Ranger Embossing Powders. These powders are available in a variety of colors and textures for use with stamps, mixed media art, lettering, doodling, and more!

Simply draw or stamp a design using slow-drying embossing inks, sprinkle on the fine powder, tap off the excess, and melt with heat for elegant additions to your projects.

Ranger Embossing Powders are acid-free, non-toxic, and come in a clear 1 oz. screw top jar.

Super Fine Detail - Use Super Fine Detail powders, available in select colors, for highly detailed stamps or drawings that need a finer powder to capture delicate details.

More Information
Brand Ranger
Series Embossing Powder
Color Copper
Color Family Metallic
Size 1 oz.
Style Super Fine
Format Jar
No. EPJ36661

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