Introducing ... Starter Kits!

Introducing ... Starter Kits!

A lot of times, wanting to do something and actually doing it are two very different things. Just ask the weeds in my garden! Ha ha!


I know other people feel the same way because I often get comments like "I'd love to try my hand at milk paint, but I don't know where to start!"

Trying something new can be daunting. You want to feel prepared and confident and make sure you have the supplies and information you need. Maybe you need a little dose of confidence too!

I don't know if I can help with that last item, but if you want to give milk paint a try, I'll do my best to arm you with everything you need to get started.

Here is where my new Starter Kits come in. When trying something new ...

Rule #1 is KISS (keep it simple sweetie)

Rather than load you up with all kinds of paint, topcoats and tools, let's stick with the basics for now. 

I've put together five Starter Kits with different paint colors and topcoats. Each kit comes with two sample size milk paint colors and a topcoat from Miss Mustard Seed's MilkPaint™.

See Starter Kits


This will give you enough to do a small project so you can get the feel of this before you tackle a large or more complicated item because ...

Rule #2 is START SMALL

Don't put a lot of pressure on yourself by making your first project Aunt Edna's prized heirloom. This is supposed to be fun!

Are we having fun yet?

Each kit also has a sheet of sandpaper to prepare your piece and to smooth it or distress it after it has been painted. Also included is a paint stir stick and a disposable paint brush.

Last, but not least, are instructions on how to use everything to create your first masterpiece. You'll also have access to lots of tutorials to start thinking about the endless possibilities when it comes to milk paint! Click HERE to see why I love milk paint

Confident Woman

Hmmmm, maybe I was wrong. Maybe having one of my new Starter Kits WILL give you the boost of confidence you need to give milk paint a try!

Happy painting!

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