The two-toned milk paint dresser in Layla’s Mint is finished and she is a beauty. Well, in my opinion, anyway! Before we get into the details of the finish, if you missed the first two installments of this dresser makeover, you can find them here… Part 1 – Prepping the piece & applying the first […]
As I shared yesterday, I prepped this piece and painted it in MMS Milk Paint Lucketts Green… I wanted a two-toned look with some subtle variations, so I decided to layer Layla’s Mint, a softer green, on top with a rub of our Wax Puck in between. The Wax Puck is perfect when you want […]
A couple of weeks ago, I took advantage of a nice day and sanded down the pieces I found at a local consignment shop. You can find a tutorial on prepping a piece to paint HERE. Once sanded and prepped, I brought this oak dresser with a mirror into the studio to paint it… This […]
Have you seen these beauties on Instagram?? We’d love to see what you’re doing on Instagram. Don’t forget to use #iheartmilkpaint #mmsmilkpaint #mmsmp on Instagram so we can find your lovely piece! View this post on Instagram Ring […]
WAX PUCK RESIST TUTORIAL Our Wax Pucks are made from 100% beeswax. These handy little discs fit perfectly in the palm of your hand and are very versatile. Wax Pucks create a resist in between layers of Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint and are also great for rubbing along stubborn drawer runners to get them […]
Have you seen these beauties on Instagram?? We’d love to see what you’re doing on Instagram. Don’t forget to use #iheartmilkpaint #mmsmilkpaint #mmsmp on Instagram so we can find your lovely piece! View this post on Instagram We spy […]
Have you seen these beauties on Instagram?? We’d love to see what you’re doing on Instagram. Don’t forget to use #iheartmilkpaint #mmsmilkpaint #mmsmp on Instagram so we can find your lovely piece! View this post on Instagram Absolutely […]
We are so pleased to introduce you to February’s MMSMP Featured Artisan. Everyone, please meet Jodie of Crooked Tree Studio! Jodie specializes in creating gorgeous woodscapes using salvaged lumber and Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. We first saw her work on Instagram and we just had to know more about her and her business. Jodie’s […]
My name is Lee. I live in a historical little town called Port Perry with my amazing and supportive husband, two step-daughters and my beautiful daughter. I also have an Aussiedoodle named Autumn who is super cuddly and sweet. Summer is definitely my hobby! I love to lie out in the sunshine, have BBQs….even paint […]
Happy January, everyone! We hope you had a lovely holiday break and are dreaming of all the possibilities that await you in 2019. As you are getting back into the swing of things post-Christmas, we’d like to introduce you to our latest MMSMP Featured Artisan! If you follow us on Instagram, you’ve probably seen us […]
When added to Milk Paint, the bonding agent allows milk paint to be used on non-porous surfaces. Milk paint can now be used for many different surfaces such as painted walls, latex paint, oil paint, varnish, glass, metal etc. Contains no VOCs.
Shake well before using. For optimum adhesion, clean the surface to be painted with T.S.P. and sand lightly to roughen the surface. Always test adhesion before applying to a large area. To use with Milk Paint: Mix one part of bonding agent to two parts of milk paint already mixed. For an even stronger grip, mix in equal parts. Mix the bonding agent with all coats of paint for optimum adhesion. Wait 2 hours between subsequent coats.