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Look Book Two was created to feature the six colors of the Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint European line, but the end result offers so much more!Articles include mixing waxes, beeswax resist tutorial, the many uses for Tough Coat, milk paint in the raw, color + texture, and more.Over 100 pages of inspiration and information that will make you want to mix up some milk paint, pick up a brush, and change something in your home!

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The newest addition to the MMS collection, Aviary is a smoky blue/gray with green undertones. Like many of our colors, it’s a chameleon. It looks gray next to blue and blue next to gray. It looks light and soft next to darker colors and rich and smoky next to whites.

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Trophy is a warm, rich gray with yellow undertones. Unlike Shutter Gray, which is very blue, Trophy is a truer gray reminiscent of tarnished silver found on antique trophies. Marian loves to layer Trophy under Grain Sack and Ironstone for a faded, Swedish finish.

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Mora is named for the famous curvy clocks made in Mora, Sweden. It's a whisper of a color - a neutral with gray, blue, and green undertones. Part of the Miss Mustard Seed European Collection.

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Milk paint is not new. In fact, it’s one of the oldest forms of paint. It was found in the pyramids and cave paintings. If you’ve seen, or are fortunate enough to own, an antique piece (100+ years old) with the original paint on it, that paint is almost certainly a form of milk paint. It’s called milk paint, because the base ingredient for it is casein, which is the protein found in milk.--Simply mix this powder with water- it’s that easy! A Milk Paint finish is unique and can range from a…

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Eulalie's Sky is a pale greenish-blue named after the color in the sky of a cow painting by artist Cindy Austin. Marian named the cow Eulalie and she has hung happily in her home for several years and has become a trademark of Marian's style. This color pairs well with Linen and Kitchen Scale.

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The newest colour to the Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Line, Outback Petticoat, is rich, earthy and full of fire — like the Outback settlers and pioneers. It’s a gorgeous shade that is warm, classic and bold, and makes reference to the stained hems of petticoats worn by women in the 1800’s and early 1900’s

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Milk paint is not new. In fact, it’s one of the oldest forms of paint. It was found in the pyramids and cave paintings. If you’ve seen, or are fortunate enough to own, an antique piece (100+ years old) with the original paint on it, that paint is almost certainly a form of milk paint. It’s called milk paint, because the base ingredient for it is casein, which is the protein found in milk.--Simply mix this powder with water- it’s that easy! A Milk Paint finish is unique and can range from a…

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Shutter Gray is another one of Marian’s favorites. It’s a French blue/gray that has a faded quality about it. It’s named for a pair of antique gray shutters Marian found at an antique store. For a pale blue gray, mix Shutter Gray with Grain Sack. It pairs well with Mustard Seed Yellow and Linen.

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A warm, minty green that is subtle but striking. Part of the European Color Collection. MMS Milk Paint Description: Milk Paint is an ancient paint containing just five simple ingredients – milk protein (casein), limestone, clay, chalk and natural & non-toxic synthetic pigments. When absorbed into the surface, Milk Paint will never chip or peel when applied to a raw wood surface. It is suitable for both interior and exterior applications and is naturally mold resistant. Milk paint provides a…

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