Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Crackle Paint - Faded Jeans




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Product Description & Information

Decades of Distress in one simple step! Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint is a unique one-step paint that cracks as it dries. With a convenient, built-in applicator brush, add instant aging to cardstock, chipboard, paper mache projects and more. Coordinates with the fabulous palette of 24 Distress Inks and Distress Embossing Powders.
  • Easy-to-use, one-step crackle paint
  • Convenient built-in brush
  • Varied look based on application
  • Coordinates with Distress palette
  • 1.1 oz.



  • SKU: pp-tdc23715 UPC: 789541023715

    Product Reviews and Ratings

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    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      Perfect product...by itself or with the distress inks!

      I just used this for the first time last night on a lo and I love it! On one piece of blank chipboard I used a fine layer of paint and got fine cracks, on another I put it kind of thicker and got more noticeable cracking! The paint was so easy to apply, went on smoothly. I love that the applicator brush is right inside, the coverage is very nice! I put the Faded jeans distressing ink over the top, it darkened the color of the paint just a bit and made the crackling stand out more...gave me the perfect result for my page! I can't wait to collect all of these with the matching inks!

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    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      BEST CRACKLE PAINTI

      I love all Tom Holtz items but this crackle paint is my favorite. I do a lot of beach/water themes and this color is great for that. I was a little apprehensive at first because I have never used this technique but is was easy and it looked great. I can't waint to get more colors!!

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