Be sure to scroll all the way down to see my finish project.
I started out with a scrap piece of wood that was about 5.5 x 5.25.
Then I covered it with DecoArt Gesso
When the Gesso dried I brushed on some Primary Cyan Fluid Acrylic Paint
When the paint dried I followed the directions on the Crackle Paste and covered it with Matte Medium before I used the Crackle Paste.
When the DecoArt Matte Medium dried I added some of the Decoart Dioxozine Purple to the White DecoArt Crackle Paste to make a light Purple color for my Crackle Paste.
This is what the DecoArt Crackle Paste looked like right after I covered the surface.
Here's what it looked like about an hour later when it was dry. Awesome!! You could see the blue color beneath it.
Then I added some script from a The Crafters Workshop Stencil with DecoArt Black Media Mister.
When the words dried I sprayed the whole piece with the DecoArt Media Primary Cyan Mister and the DecoArt Media Turquoise Shimmer Mist.
I wanted to show more of the background so I sanded it so the purple would show through. Then, I added some dots through a Dylusions Stencil using DecoArt Silver Metallic Paint and Turquoise Shimmer Spray and Turquoise Interference (which adds an iridescent quality).