Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Hemp Oil is a food safe product that can be used as a finish for Milk Paint or as a treatment for wood, metal and so much more! We love to treat cutting boards, cast iron, kitchen islands and anything that needs a little refresh with Hemp Oil.
Today’s tip is all about what to do when the application of tinted waxes goes awry! Hint: clear wax can go a long way toward fixing any boo-boos.
As we start getting our garden beds in order, take a minute to clean and protect your garden tools with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Hemp Oil:
Milk Paint 101 Workshop
12 PM – 3 PM
1/22, 2/26, 3/26, 4/23
Join us for a three-hour workshop where you will learn how to mix, apply and finish Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint and corresponding products. We will make sample boards using several resist techniques, play a bit with the colors and then paint a picture frame for you to take home. All materials provided, $65
Jolie Beginner Workshop
12 PM – 3 PM
1/23, 2/27, 3/27, 4/24
Join us for a three-hour workshop where you will learn six different decorative finishes using Jolie Matte Decorative Paint including: basic, smooth, textured, dry brushed, washed and distressed. Jolie Everyday Guide included in cost of class. All materials provided, $95
Only the after on this one too! Mora is one of our underused Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint colors. I’m pretty partial to Grain Sack or Trophy and honestly forget about Mora from time to time. Really thrilled with how this piece turned out – we mixed together the furniture and antiquing wax to create a lighter antiqued look to finish.
Sign up and pay online to reserve your spot! We had a great August group and already a few ladies signed up for September, hope you can join us!!
After a few weeks of low product, Miss Mustard Seed’s Hemp Oil is back in stock on the website and in our ebay store.
Sometimes I do the “split screen” on these before and after and some of the after gets a little lost in translation. On this piece though, the after really shines through mainly because the before was so bad! It’s oak and was fairly well worn by the time it made it’s way to us. Two coats of Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Trophy followed by clear furniture wax completes the transformation. People will occasionally ask why I choose to use a tinted wax. In this case, I did not want to draw attention to the oak grain of the piece and antiquing or white wax can accentuate the older look as it gets down in the grain of the wood.
Rustic Finish in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint
Our favorite teal is back, this time on a sweet little table/plant stand! Yep, it’s Miss Mustard Seed’s Kitchen Scale for the win. Every. Single. Time. Two coats, no bonding agent and some clear furniture waz complete the look. Order your paint and get started today…
This dresser did not last long – about three days or so in the store! It is a beautiful old piece, very solid, with unique details. We painted it in Miss Mustard’s Seed’s Milk Paint in Layla’s Mint on the outside and Boxwood on the inside. Painting tonal accents is one of my favorite things to do when we paint the drawers. It’s a nice surprise to open the drawers and find a different color and I like to do versions of light green/dark green or light blue/dark blue.
We added a coat of MMSMP antiquing wax to play up all the details and some of our favorite floral knobs from the hardware bin. We hope the young lady enjoys this lovely piece!