On NGS group, we're doing a study of Darlene Olivia McElroy & Sandra Duran Wilson's book "Surface Treatment workshop" This week we're looking at the section "All Purpose White Craft Glue". This technique adds a colored, crackled texture over you art work.
Start with a painted or decorated surface, let dry. I choose a piece down with the Rinse Aid technique.
Here's my first sample:
rinse aid background.
Update: I went back and read what I did before in white craft glue crackle. In Julia Andrus' book "Paper Transformed" she instructed us to wait until the glue was tacky before applying the acrylic paint over the surface. I think that worked much better than applying the paint while the glue was still wet.