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Re: Loading up your fatmax

Post by barbb919 on Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:25 pm

i got the foam from the forum i had to trim the corners off to fit in these cases. and when im done painting I put a sheet of paper on top of the paints then stack the paint on top of the paper...then close the case...i open the paints back up when I get home clean them and let them dry before putting them back in my case
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Post by Erica's Funny Faces on Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:32 pm

So your saying the close fine with paints in the foams on both sides but only without lids? That's not bad, they don't look like the ones from the container store that Vegas Mom suggested. Where are yours from? My dream case would allow for me to line both sides with paints and foam but still keep all the lids on as well...I just don't like leaving them open.
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Post by barbb919 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:05 pm

these cases i use are from sterilite and I don't think they make them any more...i can get paint on both sides with the lids on. i just choose to leave them off...when my paints dry i close the case with construction paper on the top...i will get some pictures so you can see...
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Post by barbb919 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:10 pm

this might work for you

http://www.stacksandstacks.com/scrapbook-case
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Re: Loading up your fatmax

Post by Erica's Funny Faces on Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:19 pm

That looks like the same one Vegas Mom suggested except it's way cheaper here.... http://www.containerstore.com/shop/toyStorage/boxesCases?productId=10027113&N=80471&Nao=20 thinking I'm just gonna order a few. Very Happy Thanks guys!
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Re: Loading up your fatmax

Post by vegas mom on Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:06 pm





Sorry the pics are sideways, but you get the idea... I open and unload one into the others top. without the foam insert you can put a bunch more paints. you also can stack the 30 grams on top like I mentioned towards the center since it is a thinner plastic and has my leeway... I hope this helps...
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"Girly" fatmax big picture ...sorry

Post by monna on Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:22 pm



Here is the Fatmax i have and painted and am going to get rid of!
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Post by Erica's Funny Faces on Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:36 pm

Thats beautiful Monna Smile why are you getting rid of it?
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Post by monna on Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:42 pm

I stand up...and it is hard for me to load it in my car...i don't have a van...and i have to pick it up and lay it down in the back seat...and...(i know i know i don't look almost 62 ....but ) lol Shocked i am getting toooo old to lift heavy things...and lifting me takes all i can do... Crying or Very sad I painted on a DR Pepper awning too... painted over the dr pepper labels... withthe same rose design and my director chair....Love the fat max thou
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Post by Gretchen on Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:28 pm

I just got mine recently and have only used it for 3 gigs, but I love it! I'm still trying to get the hang of where to put what, and don't have a great shot of it yet. But here is one from the latest Christmas gig I did. I set the tray on the lower front part to hold my business cards, tip jar, etc...stuff that I want customers to touch. Above that I set a cute, colorful tray I got in the Target One Spot and set my mirror-slash-design board on top. (this one just has cheek art around the mirror. I got the mirror frame at a garage sale) That also serves to block view of some of my supplies and rinse water for the customers. I set my paints on a tray on my lap while painting and use the inside of the lid for towels, StarBlends, liquid bling, gems and adhesive. The ribs in the lid are great to create little divided sections for those small things. Then inside the top part is where I set my Brush Tub (rinse water), my glitters, hand mirror, etc. The trays and mirror/board all fit in the base with my other bulkier stuff.

So far I am loving it. The only downside is hauling it up and down my spiral staircase, and fitting it in my little VW Beetle!




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Re: Loading up your fatmax

Post by Sarieka on Tue May 20, 2014 12:01 pm

Thank you everyone for posting pics, can't wait to set mine up!
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Re: Loading up your fatmax

Post by SmileyBee Faces on Tue May 20, 2014 2:44 pm

No reason that wouldn't work - I took a "C" clamp and two of those adjustable plumbing connectors that is a ring that you tighten close with a screw and I use them with tent poles (you can fasten just a couple of the shock cord ones together with elastic if you pull it tight, tie the knot, then pull it out again to cut it shorter) to hold signs or if I'm using the old round metal tube ones (or copper pipe) a light.  I have so many pieces of various types of tents around (Mom was a group camp leader for years) that I just find whatever works for what I need (I have a tent pole that is two right angles that I use with my black stand shelves to make a top bar to put fabric over).  When Mom and Dad and I do a trade show (another life besides painting events), we have the whole setup assembled with these clamps, poles, and even elastics (to join shock cord tent poles at right angles to the stronger "light" poles that are fastened to the table).  Hardware stores are very useful - I spend more time in mine than I do in makeup stores.....[/quote]

I am like yeaRs later. but I was wondering if you have a picture of it? I still have yet to find a easy way to set up my board
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