Using a Wax Puck or Hemp Oil as a Resist – Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint

Tutorial Video

In this tutorial video, I want to show you how you can create a two tone layered paint look for an authentic aged patina.

You can also use this method over stained wood furniture pieces, for example, just like I showed you in this blog post on this rustic washed farmhouse look on this storage box:

IKEA Box Typewriter Ironstone C 3

In this video I use an already painted piece of sample wood to show you how you can layer an aged look with a couple of colours, using either a wax puck like Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint wax puck here …wax puck


Or by using Hemp Oil (MMSMP) …

hemp oil

Here is my tutorial video, so that you can see in a practical way, how I use both of these products to create what we call “resist” in order to get a great layered paint effect on your piece of furniture:

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If you are in the Brisbane, or Logan area and would love to come to a hands-on workshop, you can find more info about workshops on the tab “Workshops” here on my website.


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