Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint
It finally came! I got my milk paint yesterday and couldn’t wait to try it out! This is not a tutorial… Miss mustard Seed has an amazing set of video tutorials that I just can’t compete with. cialis no prescription
I tackled three projects in about an hour with this stuff. Here is a little side table I started with.
The paint is easy to mix and goes on pretty smooth.
As it drys, it starts to bubble.
She suggests using a metal trowel- I had a wall paper remover laying around so I used that. I just scraped off where it was peeling and I was done distressing! It was so easy!
I also did the base of this dining table.
It peeled so nicely and it really looks like the paint has been on there for 100 years. I still need to sand and stain the top, but couldn’t wait to share it with you! Both of these will be at the market!
I love the way the back of this stool turned out.
Like I said, all three of these projects were done in less than an hour. I still love Annie Sloane paint. I think I will use this when I want it really distressed and Annie Sloane when I want just the edges distressed.
Linking up at Miss Mustard Seed & DIY Dreamer.
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