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Saturday, June 7, 2014

Let's Paint




It is all the craze.
The thrift store "re-do"

Find it cheap, fall in love, paint it and make it your own !

I know I can't get enough.
The problem is, you can't find it cheap any more because everyone is doing it.

NO problem.
 As I look around my house I see 5 things I could re-make, and I have not even left my stool.  
If you are going to paint it, YOU must try Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint.  
You will absolutely love it.  

It comes as a bag of powder so you only mix what you need.
Perfect for those small projects.


I'll show you some of the hot sellers this spring.
All you need is warm water and a container to mix it in.



The end result gives you the appearance as if the paint is the original.


Everyone who has come to the Barn and bought the product, has not only loved it, they have returned numerous times for more.


This is the prettiest shade of blue you will ever find.
I especially love it with some white accents and the white wax top coat.


We carry three shades of white.
Ironstone is the whitest of the whites.


... and then there is Trophy grey. .. LOVE


Right now, I have three small pieces of furniture at the Barn in this Yellow.
As fast as we get them in, they are out the door.
Fabulous accent for the porch, entry or bedroom. 


As I said, it comes in powder form...
... clay, limestone, pigments etc.
All natural
No POV's



The white wax is my new favorite.
It goes on like butter.
I can't wait for you to try it.


So gather your Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint at the Barn today and get Your Paint On !! 

I will also ship to any of my Blog friends out there.
Just give us a call or email me 


Reminder: As of Memorial day we have gone back to our Summer hours.
Monday - closed.
Sunday 12 - 4 pm
Tue - Sat 10 - 5 pm

Later hours and large groups by appointment.

3 comments:

Kari from Meadowview Farm said...

Oh so inspiring...may just need to try out some of these lovely colors!
Kari

time worn interiors said...

I love the gray color!
tot

Lori Miller, Round barn Potting Co. said...

There are 18 colors ,but so much more when you start mixing your own