This is what the milk looks like when it is separated into curds and whey before you strain them (looks like what I found in a sippy cup today after it fell behind the couch last week!).
This is how it looks when you add the pigment to it. Add as much or as little as you like until you get the desired hue.
Paint your item within a few hours before it spoils (wait, isn't it already spoiled?). Don't worry, the smell will disappear once the paint dries.
Try a milk paint wash on a cheap thrift-store piece to liven up a room, or on a smaller item like this board for a sweet, soft look.
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