Welcome Paint Lovers to this week’s Power of Paint Party… a party about paint and only paint!
This week I’ve been doing some crackling. I had purchased a bunch of plastic fruit at Dollar Tree a few months ago and had given them a creamy makeover with some white spray paint. I wanted to change it up a bit so I thought I’d try the cheap crackle technique I used on my laundry sign.
This technique is SO cool and SUPER cheap, especially if you stock up on white glue at Back-to-School time.
Once you have your base coat of paint on and it’s dry, load up a foam brush with some white glue and make single strokes to cover your surface well. You want to try to not brush back on top of where you’ve put the glue as it will start to pull it off and make sure you have plenty of glue on your brush, replenishing as needed.
Let the glue sit for 5 minutes… that’s all.
Then load up your brush with the top coat paint color. I used a shimmery silver acrylic paint. Using the same technique as with the glue, brush on top of the glued surface.
As the glue and paint dry… the magic happens!
So what have you been painting?
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