For this project I decided to try the ironstone white. I didn't use the binding agent because I wanted the paint to flake off so my caddy would look like it had aged naturally. In the following photo you can see what one coat of the paint looks like as opposed to the wood in the middle that already has two coats of paint applied to it.
The next photo is my caddy before I applied any paint at all.
You can see by the finished product that the paint flaked away nicely leaving me with a chippy painted finish which is exactly what I wanted.
If you would like to try Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint, contact Miss Flibbertigibbet. She carries the complete line. As always, thanks for visiting.
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