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.
This is what painting on the porch at @paintedtabledesign looks like! Thanks to shop owner, Brenda, for the snapshot 📷 . I had a blast with one of our sweet customers, painting wooden lanterns with @mmsmilkpaint and connecting over our love for Maryland, relived furniture, and teaching. . Sign up to be notified of upcoming MMS Milk Paint workshops in Painted Table Designs! The shop is open Monday – Saturday 👏🏻 . . #mmsmilkpaint #mmsmp #iheartmilkpaint #mmsmpworkshops #paintingontheporch #paintedtabledesignshome #elversonpa #mmsmpretailer
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.