I've used MMS Milk Paints on 3 different pieces so far, and it totally blows my mind how different the results were each time. The first time I used Lucketts Green, a GORGEOUS color, with amazing results. Not that much chipping actually, just a bit of gentle aging. Loved it. So fun to work with paint that has the ability to age itself.
Boxwood, an AMAZING color, with beautiful results. It chipped, and chipped, but looked so very perfectly worn. Wow, I actually wrote a disclaimer on the sales tag so that a buyer would know that it was perfectly safe paint and not something left to poison their children! It had that much patina to it. Loved it.
Have a wonderful week!
P.S. My blog seems to have been hijacked with those weird link words that take you to ads. I'm sorry, I'll have to see about how to address this EXTREMELY irritating issue.