Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Before & After Thrift Store Headboard redo with The Primitive Life Organic Milk Paint!

I was lucky enough to find this King Sized headboard at the thrift store for $30! I used The Primitive Life Organic Milk Paint in "Skillet" and transformed it into this picture perfect headboard for our new bedroom!








It was very simple! First I cleaned the headboard with warm soap and water and a sponge, just to get any germs off, I sprayed with Lysol...then lightly sanded it with medium sandpaper,wiped it down and painted. It took about 15 minutes to paint. After I let it dry for a couple of hours, I sanded it lightly in areas where I wanted it to look "distressed". That's it! Total time about 3 hours. If I can do it, anyone can!

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

City Farmhouse Pop-Up Barn Show...The Primitive Life Milk Paint will be there!

 
Sooo excited to be joining our friends at The City Farmhouse Pop-Up Barn Show! We will be there fully stocked with our 12 gorgeous colors of The Primitive Life Milk Paint! Find us under the
When Pigs Fly tent There will be special guests, entertainment and seminars! Go to CityFarmhouseFranklin.com to find out all the details and to see the FANTASTIC list of vendors participating in this show.
See you there!
 

Monday, August 19, 2013

Before & After using "Cotton" by The Primitive LifeMilk Paint

Designer, Patty Dando, Zen Cowgirl, shared this chair project with us. She used The Primitive Life Organic Ilk Paint and we love the results! She even painted the fabric with our paint...looks great Patty!
 
 
 


Monday, July 15, 2013

Did You Know??

This is the EASIEST way to mix The Primitive Life Milk Paint!
Yes! Just take an empty, lidded jar ( Mayonaise, Spaghettei Sauce, Pickles...whatever!)
Measure out your milk paint powder, add water to desired consistency , replace the lid and SHAKE, SHAKE, SHAKE!!
No mess, stores unused paint and recycles your jars!

Our New Color Sample Boards!


Some examples of The Primitive Life Milk Paint projects that some happy painters have shared with us!
Cute as a button!

What a great beachy, coastal look!


You would think that this prim piece was right out of the barn!!
I am amazed at the different finishes this paint can acquire! These primitive pantry boxes look amazing!