Tim Holtz 4 Oz Crackle Paint ROCK CANDY Distress Clear Ranger TDC31888TDC31888 /4.7
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You asked for it, you LOVED it, you wanted MORE.....HERE IT IS! A HUGE JAR OF CRACKLE!
Decades of Distress in one step!
Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint is a unique, one-step paint that cracks as it dries. It coordinates with Tim Holtz Distress Inks and Embossing Powders. Use on cardstock, chipboard, paper mache and more. After it is dried, you can even use Distress Inks to highlight the cracks! You can control the amount of crackling you want - applying a medium layer makes fine cracks and applying a thick coat makes heavier cracks!
- Rock Candy Crackle Paint dries CLEAR!
- 4 fl. oz. clear jars & lids
- Acid free
- Creates a weathered look
Designed and used by Tim Holtz! Create a time-worn crackle effect over artwork, photographs, stamped images and more. Quick drying, the translucency allows inks, paint, collage and decorative papers to show through. Use with distress inks or any of Ranger's many ink and paint products beneath Clear Rock Candy Crackle as a base or on top to emphasize and highlight the cracks.
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