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Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint in Australia! Workshops coming soon.

I am so excited that Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint has reached Aussie shores!
If you aren’t familiar with this amazing furniture and decor paint, click on the picture showcasing MMSMP’s range of colours (above), and you will be taken to the Australian distributors site (www.refinished.com.au) where you will find lots of great information on using the paint along with info on becoming a retailer of the paint here in Australia.
You can also go to Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint website HERE (based in USA).
If you’ve been following my blog, you will have seen many pieces of furniture painted over the last year using MMSMP. I will re-post some pictures throughout this post, so you can click on them and see the full blog for each piece I’ve restored.
Sideboard in MMSMP Kitchen Scale
See full blog post HERE.
I love using this paint along with other furniture paints. Each have their own unique qualities and uses. So don’t panic! I will still be posting PLENTY about all my other furniture painting and craft projects.
I used MMSMP Artissimo on both the basket and the stool above.
Read about this makeover HERE.
I learned to use MMSMP following some great tutorials, but also with a bit of trial and error, as there were no workshops available here in Australia to go to.
Here’s some GOOD NEWS!!
If you’re in the Brisbane/Logan area, I will be holding workshops in the new year, so stay tuned for more info.
Meanwhile please register your interest by emailing me at
sharonhankins3@gmail.com with the subject title “MMSMP Workshops”
I will also be selling MMSMP at my workshops and online when I get my online store up and running.
Meanwhile, you can order through www.refinished.com.au
and Veronica will be able to help you with samples and product.
This desk – MMSMP Typewriter
Read about this makeover HERE.
MMSMP French Enamel chest (with custom colour panels)
Click HERE for this makeover.
I also have a number of video tutorials on my Youtube channel.
Here is one video I show you how much you can paint with just a two tablespoon sample sachet of MMSMP. So if you want to buy just a sample to try it out, this is a great way to go.
In this video I’m using MMSMP Luckett’s Green.
You can see more of my painting video tutorials HERE.
Happy Painting! And don’t forget if you’d like more info about Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint or want to take part in a workshop, please ask below or email me at sharonhankins3@gmail.com. 
Or head over to www.refinished.com.au and Veronica will be happy to help you.
I’m excited about getting the word out on using this paint, so to keep informed, please subscribe to my blog to make sure you get any updates. Or click the Like button on my I Restore Stuff Facebook page.

We are authorised retailers for Fusion Mineral Paint and Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint in Australia. This blog post may contain affiliate links.

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  • Reply
    bryan flake
    January 8, 2014 at 1:34 am

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