You all know I am older than dirt right?! Well, not dirt, but certainly older than most of the "up and comers" in the blog world. I actually remember helping my Grandmother white wash an old building with milk paint back in the 60's or 70's. I was familiar with the properties that make it both great, and kind of difficult to deal with. It's probably what has drawn me to try and fall in love with Annie Sloan Chalk Paints, and CeCe Caldwell's Clay and Chalk Based Paints. Now there are more new products to try! Yeah, for all of us that are eager to experiment with all these options on our projects. Miss Mustard Seed has developed her own line of colors in Milk Paint, Absolute Vintage (Sisters of the Wild West) have a new milk paint line also. And those are just the bloggers that I know of out there with the milk paint lines. If you google Milk Paint you are met with a plethora of options out there. I tell you this because I am not a spokesperson for any developer or supplier, just a great consumer of all kinds of products old and new. An equal opportunity consumer as I remind my long suffering spouse all the time!
All that to tell you that I finally got around to trying out MMS new line. I was feeling green that day I guess because I ordered both Luckett's Green and Boxwood. I've only got the Luckett's on anything at this point, and here's my experience.
Now, I'm off to complete a custom piece and another in the works piece. I have several custom pieces in line to work on and I've got tons more that I have picked up to keep me busy and out of trouble for a while!
Have a great, great week!
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