Discarded to Distinguished
The sides and bottom shelf were then coated with Delta's Crackle paint, and again, brown paint was washed over the corners to make it looked aged. See, once the crackle dries it creates small cracks, the brown paint is then washed over those cracks settling into the crevices. It's different then regular Crackle Paint, which is a 3 step process (base coat, crackle, top coat) and allows the base coat to show through the cracks. This is just like a glaze. If you use a blow dryer it makes the cracks even finer, which once washed over, looks like aged porcelain.
I loved the finished product!
Posted by Mary Mollica, Owner & Artist of The Decorative Paintbrush at 8:26 PM