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  • How-to Create the Chippy-Look on Raw Timber & on Varnished Wood Furniture — Two Fun Projects! October 19, 2020
    Chippy Look Number One: A Varnished Timber Table with Metal LegsThis table has good lines to start with. It's a quality piece that has spent its life easily tucked away into a rarely used room. Tables of this size, shape and style are incredibly useful. They serve as great entryway pieces or bedside tables, they tuck into […]
    Sada Volkoff - For the Love Creations
  • Whitewashed Eastlake Dresser With Mirror October 12, 2020
    Miss Mustard Seed’s White Wax Makes It Super Easy To Whitewash!Whitewashing is a super fun technique that can be achieved in a variety of ways. One of the easiest I have found is to use White Wax by Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint.  Vibeke has the most beautiful photography!  It was the perfect design choice for this gorgeous Eastlake […]
    Jennifer Baker - Eight Hundred Furniture
  • Painting with Orange October 5, 2020
    — MMS Milk Paint in Outback Petticoat & a First Time Milk PainterI’m not going to lie... when the colour Apron Strings was discontinued from the Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint line, I was more than a little devastated.   And when the release of Outback Petticoat was announced, I was excited, but a bit skeptical. I love […]
    Sada Volkoff - For the Love Creations
  • Whitewashing with Miss Mustard Seed’s White Wax September 28, 2020
    White wax – The easiest way to whitewash!There are lots of different ways to create a whitewashed look on a piece of furniture. One of the easiest ways is to use Miss Mustard Seed’s White Wax! This museum-quality wax is spreadable, doesn’t have any harsh odors and is a sealer and tinter all in one!  Photo […]
    Jennifer Baker - Eight Hundred Furniture
  • A Rustic Farmhouse Cupboard Makeover with a Little Help from Ikea September 21, 2020
    What a solid little beauty. It is a piece that spoke pretty clearly to me. Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint, in the colour Bergere, would be involved in bringing him back to life.  BEFORE: a primitive timber cupboard...possibly handmade  A bit worse for wear but the bones are there! Are you able to see past a mess and […]
    Sada Volkoff - For the Love Creations
  • Layla’s Mint Washstand Reveal September 15, 2020
    An Antique Washstand is Refinished in Layla’s Mint Milk PaintWhen I last shared the status of my Layla’s Mint washstand, here’s what it looked like:   I’m happy to share that work is all finished on this sweet little piece, and it turned out just perfect!   Staging the Layla’s Mint WashstandWhen I started going through my staging […]
    Jennifer Baker - Eight Hundred Furniture
  • A New/Old Workbench September 7, 2020
    A month or so ago I walked into an estate sale and in the basement saw this beauty…now at that moment it was covered with tools, tool boxes and a TON of other stuff…but I saw the potential…I calmly walked past several people – hoping no one else saw what I saw and would beat […]
    Chris Hardine - Midwest Cottage and Finds
  • Painting a Laminate Kitchen with Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint August 31, 2020
    I have this awesomely brave client in Western Australia. She's a visionary... Although her builders grade kitchen was lovely, she wanted more. She wanted to put her personal stamp on it. And she decided to do it with Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint.Although she'd never used Milk Paint before, Mrs. S was game to get started and we walked […]
    Sada Volkoff - For the Love Creations
  • Prepping An Antique Cupboard August 24, 2020
    A No-Sand Trick for Prepping Pieces for Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk PaintWhenever you use Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint on pieces that have a smooth or shiny finish, it’s best to scuff sand them to help the paint adhere. Roughing up the surface gives it “tooth” and helps this primitive style of paint stick more easily. Otherwise, […]
    Jennifer Baker - Eight Hundred Furniture
  • Wet distressing painted furniture… August 19, 2020
    A technique I enjoy using when finishing up a piece of furniture is distressing with sandpaper. My go to is 220 grit. Distressing in areas that normal wear would take place – around knobs, or the edges give this a natural – obtained over the years look…To heighten the beauty during this process I use […]
    Chris Hardine - Midwest Cottage and Finds
  • Painting an Ikea Doormat with Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint...It Worked! August 14, 2020
    Sada Volkoff - For the Love Creations
  • two-toned milk paint dresser | part three April 15, 2019
    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 coat of […]
    Marian Parsons - Miss Mustard Seed
  • two-toned milk paint dresser | part two April 8, 2019
    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 some differentiation […]
    Marian Parsons - Miss Mustard Seed
  • two-toned milk paint dresser | part one April 1, 2019
    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 piece was in […]
    Marian Parsons - Miss Mustard Seed
  • Easter Themed Wax Puck Resist Tutorial March 22, 2019
    WAX PUCK RESIST TUTORIAL wax puck, resist, miss mustard seeds milk paint, cover photo 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 […]
    Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Team
  • MMSMP Featured Artisans - Crooked Tree Studio February 7, 2019
      crooked tree studio    crooked tree studio      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 […]
    Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Team
  • RETAILER SPOTLIGHT | Lee Hawn January 24, 2019
       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 […]
    Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Team
  • MMSMP Featured Artisan - Elizabeth Sherman January 18, 2019
    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 sharing […]
    Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Team
  • IN CASE YOU MISSED IT | little black dresser makeover October 24, 2018
    In yesterday's post, I shared how I prepped this piece of furniture to get it ready for painting.  If you missed that post, you can find it HERE.So, this is what the dresser looked like after the hardware was removed and it was sanded to give the surface "tooth" (something for the paint to grip)...  As […]
    Marian Parsons - Miss Mustard Seed
  • IN CASE YOU MISSED IT | prepping a piece of furniture to paint October 22, 2018
      prepping furniture  I intended to get a post up last night and then this morning, but time escaped me.  The mix of work, family, and church stuff has kept me busy.  I still have a few more posts to write about my trip, including our quick stay in Florence.  But today I'm going to […]
    Marian Parsons - Miss Mustard Seed

Milk Paint Whisk

//Milk Paint Whisk

Milk Paint Whisk

£1.99 (Inc. vat)

Want to use something other than a spoon to break up the Milk Paint? Use this whisk to stir your paint, instead of using a spoon.

SKU: 277MPW Category:

Product Description

Our mini-whisks are perfect for manual mixing in small batches and for breaking up any clumps that may occur.

Made of stainless steel.

*Note: do not whisk your Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint like you’re scrambling eggs because you can “over froth” it and create too many air bubbles. Simply stir continuously until a smooth paint consistency is achieved.

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