Labour Day in Canada and the U.S. is a holiday to campaign for workers' rights and celebrate the achievements of workers. It has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day movement, which advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest. Some other countries celebrate these rights and other worker-supportive movements at different times of the year.*
We hope everyone takes time out of their busy schedules to reflect and to enjoy the day!
While you're here, why not stay a moment and take a peek at today's Reimagined Monday, featuring a new colour reveal from Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint line:
say hello to “grain sack”
"I don’t know why I left this piece sitting in my basement for so long! It was finished a couple of weeks ago and I finally hauled it up today for a photo shoot. I knew I would have fun with it and I did. It’s definitely a favorite. Say hello to the MMS Milk Paint color “Grain Sack”…
Here’s the piece before…
…and this piece gets better when you start opening it up…
I have a wee bit of a crush on this piece and the play of colors, chippiness and wood. (The interior is painted in Shutter Gray, by the way.) So, why did I call this color grain sack?
It may look white-ish, but it’s more of a neutral gray, like a nubby old European grain sack.
I not only love this color straight up, but it’s my favorite to mix with strong colors to soften them up.
I’m bringing this piece and a van full of milk paint to Lucketts tomorrow!"
♥,Apple Box Boutique
*So says Wikipedia
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