Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Serendipity and Pentart Two Step Crackle Paint with Kathi

Kathi here today sharing with you this adorable altered wooden box with mixed media  products. I used the new Serendipity paper line, which boasts very soft pastel colors with a big hint of spring. The technique that I decided to use was a crackle paint technique. This is one of my favorite techniques.  It's quite versatile and gives such a cute, distressed look and feel.

The finished box.

Applying the crackling system in this photo.

A close up of the finished crackling technique.

I used the crackling system on the front of the box as well, as you can see the paper comes through on the crackling lines.  I layered an element from the layered chipboard collection.

Applied chipboard flourish on the sides of the box,

On this side I place the chipboard flag banner as well as butterflies. This view you can see both the crackling on the wood as well as the paper line. I hope that you will try this technique out, it is simple and fun. The box was finished with blossom flowers an cut outs from the paper line,  sugar glitter paste was placed on the eggs in the bird nest.

BoBunny Supplies Used:

Patterned Paper: Serendipity;  - Love - Songbird

Chipboard: Serendipity

Layered Chipboard: Serendipity

Crackle Paste Primer

Cracking Paint System-Victorian Pink

Blossoms: Wildberry Dahlia

Glitter Paste: Sugar

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