My Painted Furniture

Painted with Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint in eulalie's sky - via My Painted Door (.com)

Wow! Blog posts two days in a row. I am so excited and just had to share a few pictures with you. 

First off, I apologize for the delay in getting the Miss Mustard Seed line of paint on-line for sale. I have the paint in stock but had a slight "mishap" about 9 days ago and ended up at the hospital. Mishap = five very bad cat bites (believe it or not - no way I could make up a story like that!) I had one arm in a half cast and the other arm wrapped up with an intravenous and was going daily to the hospital for intravenous antibiotics. I promised I would have the paint on-line for sale in less than a week and I have failed, but I am working on it now. 

My friend, Dawn, has been painting furniture like crazy and I just had to share some of the pieces Dawn has been painting.

The small side table (shown above) is painted in Miss Mustard Seed milk paint in eulalie's sky. Is it not the most amazing colour? 

Painted with Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint in lucketts green - via My Painted Door (.com)

This side table is painted in Miss Mustard Seed lucketts green. I love the distressing on this piece. 

Painted with Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint in artissimo - via My Painted Door (.com)

And this one is painted in Miss Mustard Seed artissimo. It is the most gorgeous dark blue. This one only has a small amount of distressing along the edges. That is why I love milk paint so much - you can achieve whatever look you desire!

All of these furniture pieces are available for purchase at the newest addition to my website - "My Painted Furniture". I know that not all of you are painters, so this lets you get in on some milk paint action without doing any work. Sweet!

The Miss Mustard Seed line of paint offers some really cool stuff that I have been playing around with. Hands down the wax puck is quickly becoming one of my favorite products. I can't wait to share some of the cool things you can do with it! I will be doing up a tutorial soon and will share the magic of using a wax puck.

If you are not familiar with Miss Miss Mustard Seed milk paint, you need to check out Marion's blog. You can subscribe to her blog posts on her website and almost daily you will receive an email that shares wonderful ideas or tips. Inspiration at it's finest! 

Posted on May 31, 2014 and filed under Milk Paint.