Get Inspired…

Happy Friday!  We have some beautiful pieces to inspire you today!  See what others are doing with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint!  It’s also time for our May color of the month giveaway!

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In love with this adorable Apron Strings dresser!  Jeanne (Bees Knees Bungalow) mixed Apron Strings with Bonding Agent.  See more HERE!

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Loving this Mustard Seed Yellow dresser by MIT Student Furniture Exchange (the FX)!  See more HERE!

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This vanity by Darrielle (D.D.’s Cottage and Design) is beautiful!  I love the chippy goodness on this Ironstone vanity!!  See more HERE!

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It’s also time for our monthly giveaway!  We’re giving away one bag of Eulalie’s Sky and one bag of Linen, bonding agent, hemp oil, furniture wax, antiquing wax, white wax, 2 brushes and one extra milk paint color of your choosing.MAYpinterest images

 

HERE’S HOW TO

Leave a comment on the blog letting us know if you did any/all of the above.  This will end at midnight (PST) on Sunday, May 31st and a random winner will be announced the following next week.

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One entry: leave a comment on the blog telling us your favorite way to mix MMSMP!

ADDITIONAL WAYS TO WIN
Second entry: subscribe to the blog (on the right hand side of the blog, there is a subscribe field – input your email here.)
Third entry: like us on Facebook and let us know your favorite way to mix MMSMP!
Fourth entry: follow us on Pinterest
Fifth entry: follow us on Instagram and let us know your favorite way to mix MMSMP!
Sixth entry: follow us on Google+ and let us know your favorite way to mix MMSMP!
Seventh entry: follow us on Twitter and  let us know your favorite way to mix MMSMP!

59 thoughts on “Get Inspired…

  1. MIT FX

    Thank you so much for including us on the Inspiration Party! Love MMS milk paint (i use a hand blender to mix).

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  2. Ellen

    I have never used this paint, but I want to try it ever since I saw the beautiful pieces at the Chapel Market. I already subscribe to your blog and follow on Pinterest.

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  3. teresa

    I subscribe to the blog and follow it on google+. I’ve yet to use your products, but have a couple of projects that i’d like to try using it. Thanks again for the chance.

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  4. Laura W

    I mix milkpaint by putting water into the container first, then the powdered paint and mix with a ‘frother’ battery powered mixer.

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  5. Chanel

    I like to mix my milk paint by adding all the ingredients in a mason jar and shake!!!

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  6. Delilah Gillio

    I love your paint! I have a little tin bucket that I use to mix my paint. Since I do small projects at a time, I use a tablespoon to measure my powder and water. I mix it with a spoon! 🙂 Love the chippiness of the paint and when I want a cleaner look I add the bonding agent!
    I followed you on instragram, pinterest, twitter & facebook!
    Please pick me!!! I’d love to win all the goodies!!! 🙂

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  7. Sue@Serendipity

    I use MMS milkpaint but I don’t have these colors! I mix it with a popsicle stick at present but I’m going to try a fork next. I find it helpful to use my paintbrush to smoosh it as I paint too.

    I subscribe to the blog, like you on Facebook, follow you on both Instagram and Pinterest so hopefully this gets me five entries into the Giveaway – hoping to win!

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  8. Wanda

    Love your paint. Great to work with. I have the cool little mixer and really like that.

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  9. Kim

    I like to mix in a jar by shaking the heck out of it!! I subscribe to your blog. I also follow on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram.

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  10. Julie

    I shake the bejesus out of it in a mason jar! I like you on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and subscribe to your blog 🙂

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  11. Ansley

    I use the MMS wisk.
    I subscribe to the blog.
    I like you on FB Insta and Pinterest!

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  12. Erin Hurt

    I follow you on Facebook, Instagram and subscribed to your blog! I like to mix MMSMP in a wide mouth mason jar with a small whisk in small batches. What I don’t use can easily be sealed and stored in the mason jar! I can’t wait to try some new colors on some projects waiting to be transformed in my garage.

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  13. Paola Norman

    My Favourite way to mix Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint is to give it a good shake in a mason jar and then finish it off with a small whisk. I subscribe to the blog, follow on pint rest, left a message on Facebook (and follow) as well as Instagram. Have a great day and happy painting 🙂

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  14. Sandra Fiffy

    I like you on facebook, follow you on instagram and pinterest and I subscribe to your blog and I like to mix in a mason jar with a spatula!!!

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  15. Renee Phillips

    I have yet to use MMMP but have taken a class and am so excited for my first project!

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  16. Debi

    I use a paint stir stick from Lowe’s that I cut in half and a plastic cup. I’m not a big fan of a lot of chippiness, so I use bonding agent to give me the control I prefer. My first project was so amazing I’m waiting for my next order to come in so I can do the armoire!! 🙂

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  17. Sofia

    I subscribed to the blog,
    I followed you on Pinterest,
    I liked you on facebook!I love mmsmp and I like to mix paint with a hand mixer!

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  18. Karen Martinez

    Normally I use a whisk but I have used a tongue depressor. I follow you on FB, Pinterest, IG & blog. I’m very interested in becoming a retailer.

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