Crackle paint adds so much dimension and texture when paired with the Blueprints masking stencil. Check out these amazing results.
Don't you just love how crisp and clean the edges are and all that wonderful crackled goodness?
Grab some Blueprints papers, the mask and some crackle paint, and I will show you how it's done.
1. Lay the masking stencil down onto brown paper. Paint over the stencil with the crackle paint.
|I used a complimentary color of brown - Distress "Vintage Photo" Crackle Paint from Ranger.|
|Note: You don't have to use the entire image when painting on the medium. I chose to highlight certain words.|
|Run the masking stencil under warm soapy water immediately to remove the excess paint.|
Our daughter Shannon had fun helping us build this dribble sandcastle over the Labor Day weekend. Fits the theme quite nicely, don't you think?
Stamp a gold photo mat, Kay Williamson style!
Let's get cracking on those layouts!