While it IS more of a yellowed khaki color, it is absolutely beautiful and even more vintage-y looking than an off white. I painted some chipboard letters with it today with just a thin layer and they now have the most beautiful tiny crackled effect to them! It only took about an hour to dry completely and the cracked bits don't flake off! I actually tried to rub them off just to see and the paint didn't budge! Overall I'm extremely pleased with the product, just need more! :D
Used in this layout: new house
I don't think there's anything of the Ranger products yet that I haven't liked. Here's another. I tried the 1-2 step crackling finishes that you find in the craft section and they were just meh. Didn't work all that well. This stuff...Wow! The thicker you paint it the deeper the crackle effect. It's just marvelous looking. And no two steps. My other stuff...in the trash.
You won't go wrong with this.
Used in this layout: You're Still the One
I love this stuff. I used it first time today and I absolutely love it. Did I say that before? The only complaint I have is that the bottle isn't very big. We need it in bigger bottles. Did I say I love the paint. I do.
These paints are awesome, easy to work with. But I did notice that the antique white is very yellow/goldon. I thought it would be just off white and its not. But other then that its a great product.
What a great product! Just add a little paint and let it dry...and you end up with a fantastic aged look. Great for those heritage and vintage layouts.
Used in this image: Puzzle Piece for Swap
After reading all t the reviews, I ordered this color. The bottle color of the picture looked like the color I wanted. It was not. The picture is deceiving. this is more gold than linen this was my first time using crackle and after an hour after applying, I am still waiting for it to crackle.
I just got this paint last night and already I know that I will need to have many more jars. It's a very thick paint, almost the texture of honey or syrup. The thicker you put it on, the bigger the cracks. It does take a while to dry, but the results are well worth it. I've been using it on not only my scrapbook pages, but home decor projects as well. I can't wait to get more colors.