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Weathered Wood

by DecoArt

Weathered Wood is a crackling medium which, when used with Americana Acrylics or Crafter's Acrylic, will achieve an aged, cracked, antiqued, or distressed wood finish on most hard craft surfaces.

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Weathered Wood

by DecoArt

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StevesHouse by Paula from Phoenix, AZ says:

I do mosaics and use pieces which I find at Goodwill and other thrift stores. These pieces can frequently be in pretty bad shape and in need of a lot of work to refinish them. Sometimes no matter how...[more]

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How can I use this with Crackle?

- Asked by judi on 05-Nov-13

Using a craft acrylic, pick one color as a basecoat, and paint the wood with it. Let it dry, then do a coat of Crackle medium and let that dry. After that, apply a second color of acrylic, not the basecoat, to finish. (For example: basecoat with black, Crackle, and then topcoat with blue. This would allow the Crackle to show the black breaking through to the blue.)

- Answered by MisterArt on 06-Nov-13

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Rated by: StevesHouse by Paula in Phoenix, AZ
I do mosaics and use pieces which I find at Goodwill and other thrift stores. These pieces can frequently be in pretty bad shape and in need of a lot of work to refinish them. Sometimes no matter how much I do, the wood not covered by my mosaic designs still needs something to make it a treasure. Then I will do a weathered wood "crackle" finish and this product works very well to give me the effect I want. I have found that I need to use a thicker layer of the medium with this product than others I have used, but the finished result is much more consistent and uniform so it is well worth it. I will definitely continue to use this product in my work. And the price can't be beat.
Rated by: Bonnie M. in Katy, TX
Love this stuff. Just finished a mirror that was made of resin and now it looks like aged wood. I have been using for about 10 years.
Rated by: Merrill M. in St Augustine, FL
Good effects and prices, allows for aging of pieces with little trouble and time. MLM

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