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Using a Wax Puck or Hemp Oil as a Resist – Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint

New Tutorial Video Out NOW

In this very first of our new look tutorial videos (refer to my post about going to a new level in this area HERE), I want to show you how you can create a two tone layered paint look for an authentic aged patina.

You can also use this method over stained wood furniture pieces, for example, just like I showed you in my last blog post HERE on this rustic washed farmhouse look on this storage box:

IKEA Box Typewriter Ironstone C 3

In this video I use an already painted piece of sample wood to show you how you can layer an aged look with a couple of colours, using either a wax puck like Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint wax puck here …

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Or by using Hemp Oil (MMSMP) …

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Here is my tutorial video, so that you can see in a practical way, how I use both of these products to create what we call “resist” in order to get a great layered paint effect on your piece of furniture:

Thanks for watching. You can also subscribe to my Youtube channel by clicking the “Subscribe” button while viewing on Youtube, to receive new videos whenever they are made, straight to your inbox.

If you are in the Brisbane, or Logan area and would love to come to a hands-on workshop, you can find more info about workshops on the tab “Workshops” here on my website.

 

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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