Thursday, October 3, 2013

Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint at Fresh

Fresh has added MMSMP to our shop and we are excited to share this awesome product with our customers. There are plenty of informative tutorials online on how to use this wonderful paint and the finishes. So please go and check them out. I painted a small side table/washstand with Lucketts Green. I left the top of the table unpainted and freshened it up with a little walnut stain and then waxed it real good. The milk paint comes in a powder form and you just mix it with a little water. The question we get asked the most since we have the chalk and clay paint is "what's the difference in the two paints"? Basically they are two different mediums - so there is really no comparison. We love both of these natural products and finishes. We are working on a website to sell our products online and hopefully that will be up and running very soon. Saturday we will be open with a few vendors in our yard with wonderful items. One of our dedicated painters Donna Davidson will be setting up with her painted furniture and other antique finds. Mill Creek Glass Works will be back with all of their beautiful stained glass and gifts. I can't wait to shop their booth! We also have Della with Dove Cove Finds setting up with us again with wonderful handcrafted floral designs and her altered artwork. There will be festivities around the square so if you don't have any plans for Saturday stop by and visit our shop - we would love to see you! I plan to demonstrate the Milk Paint and answer any questions you may have about both of our paint lines.

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous makeover! Thank you so much for sharing at Redoux.

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