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Post by gorjessfaces on Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:36 pm

Hey all,

Do you have montains of face painting products just hanging out in every spot possible around your home?... well i did!! in the kitchen, laundry, dining room, bathroom, craftroom. it was getting a little out of control i needed a home for my facepainting products...

I now have an organised desk in my craftroom that holds all my facepainting products a place for me to sit, relax & Paint cheers

over the next few days ill post a tutorial of how i have organised my things.. Starting with my brushes.Hope you enjoy and i would love to see your ideas too Very Happy

ORGANISING MY BRUSHES...



Step 1:

I Purchased a cutlery tray (found this one at a discount store for $3)



Step 2:

I made a template using Word to make the long rectangle shapes i needed. I also added the descriptions. Round No. 1,2 & Fine liners. Round No 3,4 & 5. Round No. 6, 7 & 8. Filbert Various sizes. Flat Various Sizes. Then i printed them out onto pretty paper and cut them out.

Step 3:

I then Placed the cutouts in between a piece of laminate sheet and laminated them. if you dont have a laminater handy you could always use clear contact, just something thats water proof Smile



Step 4:

Cut them out Smile



Step 5:

Put some sort of adhesive onto the backs. I used sticky dots, but you could use glue.



Step 6:

Place Them into the trays Smile



Step 7:

Organise your paint brushes into their sections and your Done! cheers



P.S: Just incase you ask these are old brushes i wash my brushes with goats milk soap and they come up brand new!
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Post by sammie star creation on Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:50 pm

thank you for telling and showing us how you organise your brushes, it great idea Very Happy
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Post by gorjessfaces on Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:03 pm

No worries at all Sammie Smile
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Post by amylady222 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:04 am

that is really pretty! Nice!
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Post by l!zzie on Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:36 am

That looks great!!

I read the last lines a bit to fast and wondered how someone can get the idea of rinsing her brushes with gaot milk! What a Face
Somehow skipped the word 'soap'....
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Post by gorjessfaces on Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:13 am

Hahaha yeh soap lizzie!
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Post by lala on Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:54 am

ooo so nice!! love this idea, shall have to give it a go!
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Post by Kammy on Fri Feb 01, 2013 4:29 am

Great idea. And I SERIOUSLY want some of that soap if it makes your white taklons come up that white! Which brand do you use?
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Post by SummerFun on Thu Feb 07, 2013 4:23 pm

yes i noticed also the brushes look brand new and very WHITE. Target sells liquid goat milk soap in pump container. How did you get the cute pictures using WORD on the labels. The roses and all are very cute.

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Post by gorjessfaces on Thu Feb 07, 2013 10:17 pm

hey! these are my home brushes so they are clean becasue i get to wash them straight after i use them, my ones for gigs arnt as clean becasue they sit in the kit for a while before i get to scrub them. the goats soap i use comes from a natural organic shop thats locally made it dosent have a lable. i use the same for washing myself Wink im sure your local natural shop will stock them too Smile
@sheilainaz i printed the font straight onto the fancy paper Smile the paper already had the super cute roses on them Smile
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