Richard Young just finished this BEAUTIFUL table. Cream for the tops and mix of cobalt blue, white, and earth green for the base. Real Milk Paint!

Richard Young just finished this BEAUTIFUL table. Cream for the tops and mix of cobalt blue, white, and earth green for the base. Real Milk Paint!

Thank you Marcia C. of Tarnished Treasures. All of the colors have a Parchment base. I added a little Paris Gray to create a pale gray for the body, then added a little cobalt blue pigment for the blues. Then I finished with Dead Flat Burnishing Paste, then went over it again with Espresso Burnishing Paste. Oh yeah, I also used gold Rub and Buff.

Thank you Marcia C. of Tarnished Treasures. All of the colors have a Parchment base. I added a little Paris Gray to create a pale gray for the body, then added a little cobalt blue pigment for the blues. Then I finished with Dead Flat Burnishing Paste, then went over it again with Espresso Burnishing Paste. Oh yeah, I also used gold Rub and Buff.

My gorgeous antique desk in Ella blue. Super chippy. Low sheen burnishing paste and waxed.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10204388759307106&set=o.182937092940&type=1&theater

My gorgeous antique desk in Ella blue. Super chippy. Low sheen burnishing paste and waxed.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10204388759307106&set=o.182937092940&type=1&theater

Tina from Vintage Market & Paint Studio shared this with us "Before and after of this magnificent framed mirror that I painted for a client this past weekend. The molding on this piece was absolutely stunning! I used milk paint fromThe Real Milk Paint Co. LLCC with French Grey over the gold leaf then top coat in Parchment, distressed to bring out all of the beautiful detail and layers of color with finishing coat in a grey tinted glaze.'

Tina from Vintage Market & Paint Studio shared this with us "Before and after of this magnificent framed mirror that I painted for a client this past weekend. The molding on this piece was absolutely stunning! I used milk paint fromThe Real Milk Paint Co. LLCC with French Grey over the gold leaf then top coat in Parchment, distressed to bring out all of the beautiful detail and layers of color with finishing coat in a grey tinted glaze.'

Take a look at Richard Young's beautiful Real Milk Paint Project! The table was 7 ft long and 4 ft wide, the buffet 6 feet. long and 4 ft tall and the side board was 4 ft tall and 2 ft wide. All the pieces were painted cream for the tops, and the body were painted with a mix of Real Milk Paint Cobalt Blue, White and a tad bit of earth green.

Take a look at Richard Young's beautiful Real Milk Paint Project! The table was 7 ft long and 4 ft wide, the buffet 6 feet. long and 4 ft tall and the side board was 4 ft tall and 2 ft wide. All the pieces were painted cream for the tops, and the body were painted with a mix of Real Milk Paint Cobalt Blue, White and a tad bit of earth green.

1 Sand to remove loose scale 2 Use a tack cloth or rag to wipe dust off object 3 Scoop out some powdered Real Milk Paint from bag & add to can 4 Add same amount of water to the powder in the can. Snap on the lid 5 Shake can & allow marble to mix paint 6 Paint Real Milk Paint directly over the rusty object 7 Paint Real Milk Paint directly over the rusty object 8 Allow to dry 9 Top coat with Burnishing Paste or Clear Carnauba Paste was if you desire or just let it alone 10 Enjoy!

1 Sand to remove loose scale 2 Use a tack cloth or rag to wipe dust off object 3 Scoop out some powdered Real Milk Paint from bag & add to can 4 Add same amount of water to the powder in the can. Snap on the lid 5 Shake can & allow marble to mix paint 6 Paint Real Milk Paint directly over the rusty object 7 Paint Real Milk Paint directly over the rusty object 8 Allow to dry 9 Top coat with Burnishing Paste or Clear Carnauba Paste was if you desire or just let it alone 10 Enjoy!

1. Open Can with a flat head screwdriver 2. Remove bag with powdered paint inside 3. Remove twist tie or rubber band 4. Cut off blue tape from bag 5. Scoop out the amount of paint you want to make 6. Dump the scoop full of powder back into can 7. Fill scoop with water & pour into the can 8. Snap plastic paint can lid back on can 9. Shake your Can! 10. You will hear the marble agitator rolling around & mixing the paint 11. Shake for 2 to 5 minutes 12. Open Can & paint , its that easy !

1. Open Can with a flat head screwdriver 2. Remove bag with powdered paint inside 3. Remove twist tie or rubber band 4. Cut off blue tape from bag 5. Scoop out the amount of paint you want to make 6. Dump the scoop full of powder back into can 7. Fill scoop with water & pour into the can 8. Snap plastic paint can lid back on can 9. Shake your Can! 10. You will hear the marble agitator rolling around & mixing the paint 11. Shake for 2 to 5 minutes 12. Open Can & paint , its that easy !

Take a look at this beautiful piece by Clara G of The Painted Sisters! Painted with Real Milk Paint Stoneware with an underlying mix of Gypsy pink, and Stoneware.

Take a look at this beautiful piece by Clara G of The Painted Sisters! Painted with Real Milk Paint Stoneware with an underlying mix of Gypsy pink, and Stoneware.

Cobalt blue milk paint dresser.  Not sure if I Pinned this before but I love it so much!  MakeMePrettyAgain furniture

Cobalt blue milk paint dresser. Not sure if I Pinned this before but I love it so much! MakeMePrettyAgain furniture

We love when our fans share their Real Milk Paint Projects with us! Submit your photos by clicking on the photo!

We love when our fans share their Real Milk Paint Projects with us! Submit your photos by clicking on the photo!

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