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OFMP cosmic coffee table


Inspiration is everywhere and I am inspired to try some blending. Why not try it with Old Fashioned Milk Paint? I picked up a very simple styled coffee table that would be perfect to try it on. I chose pitch black, driftwood and federal blue for this look.


TIP~ Did you know that once opened, milk paint will last indefinitely if stored in glass containers? I peel off the label and cut the color swatch off the bag and use packing tape to affix to my recycled glass salsa jars.

To set the stage, the table was cleaned well and sanded smooth.

 Then it was time to let the fun begin.

 I wanted to try with all the colors wet but not sure this was the best method.


 Once it finally dried I added more colors to the blended top colors.


The base was painted 2 coats of pitch black. I used pitch black in the safe paint formula so it would adhere well. Did you know safe paint can be used for walls??

good bye old orange stain color!

Seeing coffee tables are well used I sealed the paint with 2 coats of poly and then for a bit more dimension and depth I put a coat of wax mixed with pewter shimmer paint. More cosmic love.








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  1. Came out beautiful great combination of colors.

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  3. greenhills12345@ gmail.comNovember 20, 2016 5:58 pm

    love the jar tip for storing the paint!

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    1. I loved learning it, so easy now so had to share!

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