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Crackle Glaze

Post by WeirdCat on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 12:18

Do you let the glaze dry before painting on the next layer of paint?

If I put paint on Frodo's paw pads will i get the same crackle effect being as the dozy twit has just stepped in the glaze??

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Post by Di Masters on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 12:25

lol @ Frodo - no idea about answer as never used it!

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Post by kt_dragonfly on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 13:55

i would of thought you should wait until it dries... does it not say on the bottle?

gotta love these craft items that come with no instructions!

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Post by WeirdCat on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 14:29

It did come with instructions but i lost them.LOL. Yes it is wait until dry and it looks pretty good

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Post by Guest on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 15:48

Yes, do wait until it is truly dry because then you get better crackling on it. Have you tried the Tim Holtz Crackle Paints too, because they are ace - one coat ... slap on the paint direct from the little pot and then wait for it to dry. If you get a neutral one (Antique Linen, for example) you can then rub other colour distress inks over the cracks once it dries for a two colour effect.

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Post by WeirdCat on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 15:54

No haven't got any of those, might treat myself in the new year

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Post by Guest on Mon 1 Dec 2008 - 19:07

lol at Frodo, I forgot I have some crackle glaze somewhere, it looks great when it's finished doesn't it.

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