All Posts from ‘Miss Mustard Seed Hemp Oil’

top of a vintage dresser with lots of scratches
Some of my favourite things to recreate are vintage dressers.  You can find them easily at thrift stores and yard sales usually for a reasonable price.  Because they were typically built out of solid wood, they hold up really well and are very stable.  I found this one last month at a thrift shop. ...

stroage table/bench with checkerboard
When I was on holidays back at the beginning of September I spent some time hunting around for some pieces to work on this Fall.  (check it out here)  One of the old pieces I found was this little end table.  It was in really rough condition and had glue stuck all over its...

vintage hardware
I found this vintage secretary desk at a thrift store on my last road-tripping-for-treasures day and instantly loved the lines and design of this solid wood piece.  I loved how unique the style was and how different it was from other pieces I had done so snatched it up and loaded it in the...

blue shelves of a bookshelf
Remember this thrift store dresser from my last post?   I picked it up for next to nothing and turned it into a great piece for our cottage.When I was done, I had 4 drawers left over from the bottom where I had made the cubbies and wanted to make something unique and not waste...

a Queen Anne dresser updated with Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint in Bergere
When I saw this Queen Anne dresser sitting in my sister’s garage several months ago my heart did a little flip.  It. Was.  Gorgeous.  The lines.  The hardware.  The fact that it had never been painted, stained or coloured in any way.  It was swoon worthy!As my heart went pitter patter, I tentatively asked...