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January Colors of the Month – Ironstone and Bergere

Welcome to January 2018, everyone!  In our opinion, January is a special month because it’s filled with new beginnings and fresh starts.  It resets the calendar and surges forward with exciting possibilities.

Let’s get 2018 started off by featuring two wintery colors in our line – Ironstone and Bergere.

These two shades pair well together and remind us of soft Scandinavian palettes.  It’s appropriate that they represent the featured colors for January, as this time of the year is quite cold here in the United States!

Ironstone was the purest white we had in our collection until Farmhouse White was developed.  It was named for the earthenware that Miss Mustard Seed loves to collect.

Ironstone is a fresh and cool white that obviously pairs well with everything!  It’s a must-have in your MMS Milk Paint collection because it can be mixed to lighten other colors in our line.  Laura of The Ironstone Nest did a great job explaining the differences between all of the whites in our collection on this blog post.  Here’s how Ironstone and Farmhouse White compare side-by-side.

Photo via The Ironstone Nest

Ironstone is a cooler white while Farmhouse White has warmer undertones.  (Did you know that Farmhouse White is actually a 1:1 mixture of Ironstone, Grain Sack, and Linen?  If you ever run out, you can mix your own!)

This beautiful buffet was painted in Ironstone and is featured in Look Book One.

Photo via 12th and White

It was painted by Abbe of Doll Design Co. for Courtney of 12th and White.  Abbe used Ironstone and our Bonding Agent to achieve this full coverage look.

Back in 2014, Miss Mustard Seed painted this $10 cabinet for Kriste of Rosemary & Thyme.

Miss Mustard Seed painted a base layer of Trophy gray first, and then followed with two coats of Ironstone, using some vaseline as a resist in between.  This photo shoot was actually the first one in the old Mustard Seed Studio in PA!

Here’s a closer look at those layers:

It’s only fitting that this piece was staged with…you guessed it…lots of ironstone!

Bergere is a lovely complimentary color to Ironstone.

It’s a smokey blue/gray that is a member of our European Collection of colors.

When properly pronounced, the name “Bergere” rhymes with “air” and “there”.  We’ve heard everything under the sun, including “burger”!  It’s actually the name for a specific style of French chair that Miss Mustard Seed loves.

Bergere is an idea color choice if you want to add some blue to your home decor, but you want it to be soft and muted.  It’s not as intense as some of our other shades like Flow Blue or Kitchen Scale.

It reminds us of snowy days, icy skies and Nordic winters.  Visit our Pinterest Color Focus Board to delve more into the mood of Bergere.  When Miss Mustard Seed first introduced Bergere, she painted this empire dresser to feature it.

This pretty piece started out with a very dark stain, so a layer of Tough Coat was applied followed by a few coats of Bergere Milk Paint.  The final topcoat was our luscious Hemp Oil.

The muted color of Bergere plays well with warm and cool tones.

Miss Mustard Seed herself describes it as a chameleon color because it can lean in different directions, depending on the light its in and its surrounding decor.

So are you feeling the vibes for January yet?  You can pick up your own pouches of Ironstone and Bergere at your local brick and mortar retailer or online.  We’re sure you’re going to love these two shades just as much as we do!

Make sure you share your Ironstone and Bergere pieces with us all month long by tagging @MissMustardSeedsMilkPaint on Facebook and @mmsmilkpaint on Instagram.  We love seeing what you’re creating!


Meet Our New Color, Aviary!

If you missed our announcement on social media, we have a new color in the Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint line!

Everyone, meet Aviary!

Aviary is a smoky, blue gray color that Miss Mustard Seed custom mixed to match the original patina on an antique French bird cage she purchased at the end of May 2017.

She found it on her last shopping trip before Lucketts and decided she couldn’t part with it.  The gorgeous shape and the crackling paint won her heart.

It’s pretty clear why Miss Mustard Seed fell in love with it!

And it’s easy to see how this birdcage inspired our newest color, Aviary!

Aviary is darker and smokier than Shutter Gray and bluer than Trophy, and we’re sure you’re going to love it!

Our retailers have been busy getting ready for Aviary’s official release by painting some fabulous pieces with this new hue.

Sharon of I Restore Stuff in Australia painted these two lovely pieces.

And Jenn of Eight Hundred Furniture used Aviary on this mini Jacobean buffet.

Chris of Midwest Cottage and Finds used Aviary on this chippy stool.

Aviary will be available soon, so keep your eyes open at your local brick and mortar retailer for its arrival!  We’re sure you’re going to come to love it as much as we do!

Hemp Oil on an Antique Footstool

If you haven’t tried our Hemp Oil Wood Finish, we’re hoping that this post will encourage you to pick up a bottle sooner than later!

This little footstool was picked up by Jenn of Eight Hundred Furniture.

The top was sporting a fabric that didn’t quite match the beautiful wood on the base.

Jenn completely reupholstered the top including new padding,

and a lovely piece of antique homespun.

When it came time to work on the base, she decided not to paint over the wood – it was simply too pretty!

Instead, Jenn turned to our Hemp Oil Wood Finish.

The hemp seeds that are used to make our Hemp Oil are grown and pressed in Ontario, Canada without the use of herbicides and pesticides.  It doesn’t contain any solvents, VOC’s, or chemicals.  Hemp Oil is food-safe so it’s idea to use on breadboards and wooden salad bowls.  It provides a breathable finish that’s easy to apply with a brush or rag.  Jenn used a brush to apply her Hemp Oil to the base of her footstool.

The transformation was immediate!

Hemp Oil on an Antique Footstool

The wood on her footstool was so dry that she didn’t need to wipe off any excess – there wasn’t any!  Every bit of Hemp Oil was absorbed by the dry antique wood.  With a fully hydrated base and a freshly upholstered top, Jenn’s footstool is looking simply lovely!

Hemp Oil on an Antique Footstool

Hemp Oil on an Antique Footstool

So how about you?  Can you think of any projects around your home that are in desperate need of some of our Hemp Oil?  You can shop in person at any of our fine brick and mortar retailer locations or online!

December Product of the Month – Wax Pucks

Maybe you’ve seen these little guys on our website or at a local retailer…

Have you ever wondered what they are?

They’re wax pucks, of course!

wax puck | miss mustard seed

What are they made from?

Our wax pucks are made from 100% beeswax, so they’re an all-natural product (and just one will last you for years of painting!)

How do I use one?

Step 1 | Rub the puck over a surface prior to painting it.  It can also be applied over another layer of milk paint (or another kind of paint), raw wood, stained wood, etc.  Pretty much anything!  In the photo below, Miss Mustard Seed rubbed it over the surface of a jelly cupboard.  She painted it in Artissimo first, then rubbed the wax puck in the places where she wanted the Artissimo to show through.

Step 2 | Paint the piece, including the areas where wax was applied.  It won’t appear different as the paint is being brushed on or as it’s drying.  When you distress the finish, though, the paint will easily wipe off the areas where the wax was applied.  It acted as a “resist”, preventing the paint from sticking.  On her jelly cupboard, Miss Mustard Seed painted over the Artissimo and Wax Puck’d spots with Flow Blue.  Then, she sanded away!

As she finished up, the results were gorgeous.  She achieved an authentically aged finish, just as if it had been like that for decades.

Why would I want to use the wax puck instead of the 100% Beeswax Finish as a resist?  

Even though they are both made from 100% beeswax, the Beeswax Finish is softer and needs to be applied with a brush or cloth.  The wax puck is solid, so you can just rub it straight over the surface.  It’s a little easier to apply and requires less “elbow grease”.

The end result also different.  When Beeswax Finish is used as a resist, the resulting look is more chippy and patchy.


The wax puck gives you a softer and more subtle distressing that emulates paint that has worn over years of use.

marzipan-1583You can also rub it along the runners of sticky drawers to help them slide in and out more easily!  If you love working on old pieces as much as we do, then you’ll thank your lucky stars you have a fix for that problem.

Photo via Eight Hundred Furniture, LLC.

Though they are small, they’re mighty and incredible useful for creating an authentically aged finish.  This December, we salute the might Wax Puck!

December Colors of the Month – Marzipan and Boxwood

December is here and so are holiday preparations and traditions.  It’s a month to celebrate being together with family, and we’re so pleased to highlight two more of our gorgeous colors.

Drumroll please…

December’s Colors of the Month are Marzipan and Boxwood!

Marzipan is the warm almond shade from our European Collection.  It’s reminiscent of the almond paste from which Marzipan cookies are made.  If you’re on the lookout for a delicious light beige color to use in your home, then Marzipan is just the right shade for you!

Here’s how Marzipan compares to the other neutrals in our line:

As you can see, it has more of a brown undertone than Linen, which runs a bit more yellow.  It looks absolutely fabulous when paired with our bright Farmhouse White!

Miss Mustard Seed used Marzipan as the main color on her “Book Page Decoupage Dresser” as well.  Get the full scoop on how she did it here:

Is your mind spinning with ideas on how you can use Marzipan yet?  Let us help them turn even more by showing you what Marzipan looks like with all of our various finishes.

Photo via The Golden Sycamore

Seeing it with our Antiquing Wax makes our hearts beat a little faster!  It’s such a perfect color to use with that finish.

Now, because December is the month for Christmas, we would be remiss if we didn’t feature our beautiful Boxwood green!

Boxwood gets its name and color inspiration from the preserved boxwood wreaths that Miss Mustard Seed loves to use in her home.

It’s the prettiest darn shade of green we’ve ever seen, and we know you’ll love it too (if you haven’t tried it yet).

Boxwood can be mixed with our navy color, Artissimo, to make the loveliest shade of Forest/Hunter/Jewel green.  It’s easy to mix – use 3 parts Boxwood and 2 parts Artissimo to make the famous “vintage chalkboard” mix (discovered by Allison of The Golden Sycamore”) and finish to your liking.

Chelsey from Shop a Cozy House used it on this adorable antique dresser, and we fell in love with it!

Or, use it straight with any of our fabulous finishes.

Photo via The Golden Sycamore

As you can see, Boxwood gets its deepest and richest shade by using our “liquid gold” aka Hemp Oil.  That’s probably our favorite look!

Pair Boxwood with Tricycle red for a classic Christmas duo, like Stacey of Embracing Change did on this adorable holiday sled.

However you use it, Boxwood is a rich and stately color choice for any occasion!

We hope you’ve been inspired to give Marzipan and Boxwood a try this month.  For more inspiration, visit our Color Focus Boards on Pinterest.  You can find your local MMSMP retailer here or shop online here.  Make sure you’re sharing all of your Boxwood and Marzipan projects with us all month long on social media too.  We love seeing what you’re creating!

November Colors of the Month – Curio and Schloss

Over here at Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint, we feel as if we blinked and October was gone!  Since November is now upon us, we’re so excited to feature two of our dreamy and comforting shades with you to warm up those cold November nights!

Everyone, say “hello” to Curio and Schloss:

Don’t they remind you of hot cocoa and warm fuzzy blankets?  Well, they should because both of these lovely colors have comforting warm undertones.  Let’s dive into Curio first.

Curio got its name from the rich warm brown color you often find on curio cabinets.

It’s an incredibly versatile color to have in your MMS Milk Paint collection because it can be used as a toner, stain, and a full strength color.

To use Curio as a stain, mix 2 or 3 parts water to 1 part milk paint powder.  Use it to stain raw wood on the tops of dressers, buffets, console tables, and photo frames.  Here are a few of our favorite Curio-stained projects:

This church pew bench was painted by Abbe Doll of Doll Design Co.:

This upcycled chicken coop coffee table by Jenn of Eight Hundred Furniture was stained with a mixture of Curio and Typewriter:

Annie of Simply Chic Furniture used Curio to stain this southwestern hat rack:

My Painted Door shared this sweet dresser that is proudly sporting a Curio painted top and a Trophy/Ironstone body:

You can even mix in some Curio to tone down other colors in the MMS Milk Paint collection.  Mix it with Tricycle to get a lovely muted barn red.

If you want more color inspiration for Curio, you can visit our Color Focus Pinterest Board by clicking here.

Curio is lovely to use as a full strength color.  Here, you can see how it takes on different personalities with our various finishes.  (Thank Allison of The Golden Sycamore for this graphic!)

However you use it, Curio is a must-have!

Next, let’s chat about our deliciously warm gray, Schloss.

As most of you know, Marian grew up in Germany when she was a little girl.  Her love for the culture and German decor is still with her today, and it manifests itself perfectly in Schloss.  The word “Schloss” is actually German and it means “castle”.

Marian wanted a warm gray in her European Collection that would mimic the faded stones that one would find on the old castles scattered throughout Germany.  It’s THE perfect “greige”!

It’s an ideal color to use if you want gray, but your decor leans warm.  Here, you can see Schloss nestled up against our cool gray, Trophy.  Can you see how Trophy is much cooler than Schloss?  Trophy has more blue undertones, while Schloss has more yellows and browns.

Schloss looks absolutely divine when topped with our Antiquing Wax (which happens to be November’s Featured Product of the Month).

Thanks as always to Allison of The Golden Sycamore for this graphic showing how Schloss looks with our various finishes.

Marian first featured Schloss on this gorgeous caned-back sofa.

She painted Schloss on the frame and allowed Milk Paint to do its thing.  Click here to read the full featured post on Schloss.

For more Schloss color inspiration, visit our Pinterest Color Focus Board here.

We would love to see how you are using our cozy and warm November colors this month.  Tag “@mmsmilkpaint” on Instagram and “@MissMustardSeedsMilkPaint” on Facebook so we can see your creations!

November Product of the Month – Antiquing Wax

We’re all about warm colors and cozy shades this month here at Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint.  November is upon us and it has come in with blustery days, chilly winds, and rainy days.  If you’re like us, and you’re craving some warmth and comfort, then you’re going to love our featured product this month!

Our Antiquing Wax is based on an old family recipe.  It’s made from beeswax and has a little bit of carnauba wax added in for superior workability.  If you have ever struggled with applying wax, then you should try ours!  It’s not stiff at all and it has the consistency of cake frosting or face cream.  Our Antiquing Wax has been lightly tinted to a rich brown, which is perfect for creating an authentically aged finish on a piece of painted furniture.  Best of all, it doesn’t have a harsh odor AT ALL!  So if you’ve ever opened a stinky tin of furniture wax, you can rest assured that will definitely not be the case with ours!

Antiquing Wax can be a wee bit intimidating to apply if you’ve never done it before.  It looks dark, scary, and overpowering.  Don’t worry!  We have lots of tips and tutorials to help you realize how easy it is to apply!

First, we recommend applying it with a wax brush.  This allows you to work it into any cracks, crevices, or carved details on your piece.  If you don’t have a wax brush, grab one of ours!

Work the Antiquing Wax all over your piece, again paying special attention to cracks and carved details.

Then, take a clean lint-free cloth and wipe away the excess until you’re happy with the look.  You’ll notice that the Antiquing Wax will settle into the recessed areas of your piece, giving you an authentically aged finish.  Can you see how it settled into the nooks on Marian’s Bavarian Bed?

Here, you can see how bright her bed was before, and how much the Antiquing Wax toned everything down and gave it a soft aged patina.

Here’s the before:

And the after:

Here’s a super helpful tip – if you apply Antiquing Wax and the look is a bit too strong, rub a bit of our clear Furniture Wax over the heavy areas and it will “erase” the Antiquing Wax for you.  How about them apples, eh?

Here are some of our favorite colors paired with Antiquing Wax:

All of these lovely images are courtesy of Allison at The Golden Sycamore.

Which color combination is your favorite?  We’re partial to Tricycle, ourselves.  If you’d like to see Antiquing Wax in action, click the video to watch Marian apply it to an adorable Tricycle dresser.

Not so intimidating now, is it?  We’d love to see your pieces that are proudly wearing Antiquing Wax this month.  Share them with us by tagging “@mmsmilkpaint” on Instagram and “@MissMustardSeedsMilkPaint” on Facebook.  Show us your handiwork!

MMSMP Bespoke Colors

We love each and every one of the colors in the Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint palette.  They have been carefully chosen and formulated, and Marian has lovingly named them based upon things that inspire her.

While our colors are gorgeous to use right out of the bag, they’re even more fun to mix together to create new bespoke colors!  We have found a few lovely combinations from some of our retailers and regular users that we wanted to share with you.  Maybe their Milk Paint mixture will inspire your next project!

Let’s begin with Sharon’s beautiful French Blue.  Sharon is the owner of I Restore Stuff in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  Sharon mixed equal parts Farmhouse White and Bergere to get a gorgeous French Blue.

The subject for her makeover were these sweet nightstands.  Didn’t they turn out fabulous?

Sharon’s recipe is different from our Eulalie’s Sky in that it’s not as aqua and it definitely retails the smoky blue quality of Bergere.  And let’s face it…that’s why we love that color, right?

Here’s what Sharon’s tables looked like before:

Quite the transformation, eh?

When you mix two or more Milk Paint colors together, Sharon has some wonderful tips to help you in the process.

Our next custom color example is one that you’ve definitely seen before.  This is the vintage chalkboard mix that Allison of The Golden Sycamore developed.  It’s 3 parts Boxwood and 2 parts Artissimo.

What you may not have seen before is the gorgeous dresser that Chelsey of Shop A Cozy House painted using Allison’s Chalkboard Mix.

Isn’t her staging so simple and sweet?  This color combination looks fabulous on small chests of drawers and tables.  It’s incredibly versatile too because you can “season” the piece to be a chalkboard, like Marian did on this one:

Or you can seal your piece with any of our finishes and enjoy the gorgeous color as-is.  It’s to die for during the holidays!

Next is a beautiful Swedish Blue that Goedele of Dala Muses mixed up for an adorable chest of drawers.  To get her bespoke hue, Goedele mixed equal parts Mora, Grain Sack, and Trophy.

Here is the resulting color:

It’s soft, sweet, airy, and simple.  Can’t you see all of the colors showing a bit?  We can and we loved it!

Finally, we’d like to share a divine neutral combination that Jenn of Eight Hundred Furniture mixed up.  Take equal parts Marzipan and Schloss to create a lovely “putty”.

Jenn painted it on a round oak pedestal table with empire legs and a vintage china cupboard.  Sometimes it leans gray and other times it leans beige.  Either way the light shines, we thought it’s a lovely neutral to add to your palette.

We hope these bespoke mixtures have inspired you to try your hand at mixing your own custom color.  If you discover one you fall in love with, share it with us!  Tag “@mmsmilkpaint” on Instagram and “@MissMustardSeedsMilkPaint” on Facebook.

MMSMP Featured Artisan – Olive Branch Woodworking

If you follow us on Instagram, then you’ve probably seen us sharing adorable milk painted children’s kitchen play sets like this one.

They are the workmanship of our newest featured artisan, Olive Branch Woodworking!

The faces behind Olive Branch are Chris and his wife Helen.  They actually named the business after their first son, Oliver.  Helen had his name picked out years before he arrived.  They both love the solid vintage feel to it (and you know we highly approve of all things vintage).  It reminded Chris and Helen of newsy caps and suspenders!  The underlying namesake of an “olive branch” also struck a cord with them.  In a time seemingly filled with hatred, bigotry, and intolerance, they view the olive branch as a representation of all that is good, peaceful, and loving in the world.  And of course, the obvious fact that a branch comes from a tree was also not lost when they named their woodworking business.

We asked Chris and Helen how they got into making children’s play sets.  It came back to Oliver, just like the name of their business. When he lost interest in plastic toys and wanted to play with Chris’ power tools, Chris had an idea to build Oliver the original “Kids Workbench”.  It was a huge hit, and when Chris posted a few photos of it on his Facebook page, he had friends immediately asking him to build one for their children.  Helen had the idea to launch a side business, so they gave it a shot and set a few goals to test the waters.  A college friend commissioned Chris to build a craft table for LEGO’s.  That, combined with a few workbenches and commissioned Christmas gifts tripled their initial goal for the year.

We asked Chris why he and Helen prefer to use our non-toxic Milk Paint over any other type of finish for their products.  Being an environmental scientist by trade, Chris is acutely aware of the chemical exposure risks brought into the home from mass produced toys.  Together, they researched the most kid-safe and eco-friendly paint and sealer options on the market and landed with our Milk Paint!  From there, they found their local MMSMP retailer, Annabelle Rector of Reinvented Vintage, in their hometown of Little Rock, and she introduced them to the MMSMP product line.

The non-toxic aspect of our Milk Paint is at the top of Chris and Helen’s list of favorite things about our products.  They can pronounce all five of our simple ingredients too!  They love how our Milk Paint absorbs like a stain and becomes part of the wood.  It allows the beautiful grain to show through and it won’t ever chip or peel.  As an added bonus, their burned-in logo comes out crisp compared to typical craft paints that just bubble and melt.

Tricycle, Farmhouse White, and the lighter blues and greens like Eulalie’s Sky and Layla’s Mint have been unbelievable hits with Olive Branch’s customers.  They create that vintage heirloom quality that Chris and Helen strive to achieve with their work.

As a husband and wife team, Chris and Helen balance one another out perfectly.  They both felt it was important to have a woman-owned small business to promote their belief in shattering stereotypes and the glass ceiling.  Helen works miracles every day, managing Olive Branch, running her own business with Young Living, and corralling their two boys all day every day.  (Can any of you relate?)

From a logistics perspective, Helen runs the business administratively and financially, Chris builds the toys, and they both have late night painting parties!  Oliver and his little brother, Elliott, are both great at testing out the toys for quality assurance.

Helen is also a hobbyist photographer, which is immensely helpful in their product photography.  Their business partnership stems from a driving force to secure financial freedom for their family, doing what they enjoy.  Chris absolutely loves creating heirloom toys and gifts that will hopefully be passed down for generations, and they are both passionate in creating a safe and healthy home, free of toxic chemicals.  Together, they feel they are on a path to success and they can’t wait to see what new adventures they will share together.  We’re pretty excited to watch them grow too!

We asked Chris and Helen if they had any advice to share for folks who may be new to using our Milk Paint.  Chris emphasized the importance of a good mix.  When he first started using Milk Paint, he wasn’t mixing the water and powder together well enough and ended up with a speckled appearance on a Lucketts Green piece.  It took one phone call to his local retailer, and she suggested all sorts of tips, like using an old mixer for large batches, keeping mixed paint in the fridge, using a small mason jar (or something with a flat bottom) and mixing often when painting.  They haven’t had a single problem since!

Chris reports, “the [Milk Paint] retailers are extremely knowledgeable about the MMSMP product line so absolutely reach out if you have any questions!”  We quite agree with him!  Regarding the price of the products, he views everything from a lifecycle perspective, cradle-to-grave.  When he paints with MMSMP, he never doubts that the child playing with his creations on the other end is safe from toxic chemicals.  He can’t put a price on that.  Health benefits aside, Chris says, “the quality of this paint is superior to anything else on the market.  The bonding properties of the milk paint to raw wood are really incredible, and for painted furniture, the MMSMP Bonding Agent works amazing – no sanding or prep necessary!  Plus, the sample size bags offer a great way to test the waters with Milk Paint.”

To see more of Chris and Helen’s creations, visit their Etsy shop here.  You can also follow them on Instagram and  too!

Are you a fabulous artisan who is using our Milk Paint products in unique and creative ways?  We want to know about it!  Do you know someone who is wildly creative with our Milk Paint?  Share them with us!  Send an email to [email protected] with their information so we can feature their beautiful work.  We’re all about helping you and others move mountains in your homes!


October’s Product of the Month – Aprons

Hello fellow Milk Painters!  I’m Jennifer Baker of Eight Hundred Furniture and I’m so pleased to be sharing October’s Product of the Month with you.

Before we begin, I have a question.  How many of you are messy painters?  If you’re anything like me, you’re probably raising your hands in agreement!  (And they’re probably paint-covered too, right?) Well I have good news for you fellow messy painters.  Here at Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint, we’re featuring our MMSMP Aprons for the month of October!

Aprons are an essential part of my day-to-day operations as a retailer and as a professional furniture painter.  I keep them handy for my workshop participants to wear, so they don’t get any paint on their clothes.

I also wear them when I’m doing Milk Paint demonstrations.

Each apron has 2 deep pockets which perfect for storing screws, rags, cell phones, and any other goodies you want handy while painting!

Seriously…those pockets are life savers!  I’m always removing hardware or extra nails from old furniture pieces and sometimes I forget where I put them once they’re needed again!  I know I can always dig in the pockets of my MMSMP apron and find them safely stored away.

The aprons also have an adjustable neck strap, making it easy to customize it to fit your body. You want to be comfy while you paint, right?

And with the MMSMP logo printed boldly on the front, everyone will know you heart milk paint!

My aprons take a beating throughout the day and I can easily toss them in the washer to freshen them up. I like to hang mine up to dry, but you can tumble dry them on low if you like.

So join the cool kids and pick up your own MMSMP apron from our brick and mortar retailers or online!