Boxwood is our rich, dark grassy green. Depending on the finish used on
the piece, it can look bright and bold or subtle – more like a muted
olive. Boxwood is named for the preserved boxwood wreaths and topiaries
Marian uses in her interiors.
Milk paint can be applied to all types of media.
On a non-porous medium, the paint will interact with the medium and
"resist" producing a nice chipped effect. If this effect is not
desired, it is imperative to add Miss
Mustard Seed Bonding Agent which must be mixed with the Milk paint. All
effects are possible: smooth, worn, chipped, overlays of colours, etc.
The paint comes in powder form which can be reconstructed with water.
Standard dosage: 1 part powder to 1 part water. Add more water to see the
transparency of a raw wood.
Milk Paint MixerMixing milk paint to a perfect consistency can take a bit of practice,
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