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Post by anniel on Mon Sep 12, 2011 11:16 pm

Got it on as an avatar, but can't find how to post a pic here where you can see it better...
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Mon Sep 12, 2011 11:35 pm

Funnyface and Geekophile, I sent you an e-mail w/pics. If Suumer4Seasons & Monna PM me with an e-mail address, I can forward it..or if one of you braniacs can post the pics, that'd be cool!
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Post by Geekophile on Tue Sep 13, 2011 12:48 am

I didn't get the email! Have you not learned to upload an image yet? Here, let me walk you through it... Look at the little squares on top of the text box.
Click the 6th one over from the left- looks like a little disk. It should pull up a little box.
click browse and find the photo on your computer that you want to share. then click on the box on the bottom that says "host it"
This should pull up a new box that has 3 lines of text. COPY the middle box and paste it where you would normally type your message. (if the pull up box wont go away, re-click on the 6th icon with the little disk)
That's it. hope it works- I know we're all anxious to see.
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:13 am

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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:15 am


Closed and ready to roll out...sized it next to my chair for you...[img][/img]


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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:18 am

Thank you so much for the walk-through....still I needed help on this side, but never could've done it w/out you!!
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:21 am

Gotta tip your head...hehe, sorry!
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by artyfacesbyluz on Tue Sep 13, 2011 7:28 am

OMG, that case is so cool, I can't believe the imagination and creativity of the artist mind's in this forum.
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Post by Geekophile on Tue Sep 13, 2011 9:40 am

cheers No Anniel, thank you! Because now I know exactly what I'm getting for my anniversary this month.

Now, if you'll excuse me everyone-- I've got some shopping to do!
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:20 am

I put exercise matts (black) cut to size (from Walmart, $12) in there, secured the paint on with velcro strips (soft on the matt, small stiff cut squares on the paint bottoms) I cut into the matt for a depression to stabilize my water tub, and an ice cube tray (Bed,bath & Beyond, silicone) to hold my glitter bottles (Basic colors--for glitter tatts outside/extra spice past iridisescent at slow parties). I covered the back matt with black vinyl when it started looking really tired this fall. I stash my signage under that for safekeeping & so I don't forget it, and keep a little zipper pouch in it with various agents cards , so I always have it at hand, rather than in my purse or at home, as used to happen). (My brush holders I got at Michaels on clearance last week for $2.50 each---or cheapjoes.com is good combined w/ retailmenot.com)

It has lowered my stress level soooo much!!
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Post by a face painting mom on Tue Sep 13, 2011 12:43 pm

Thanks for putting the pics up. I have to look at Geekophiles step by step on the pics, I still have not figured that out either Embarassed

I love that...I have a fat max, but I put it to my left, and it houses the glitter for the tattoos, and all our other stuff, my daughter sits to it's right, and has the compressor to do airbrushing and glitter tatoos, then I was setting up a small table to my right, and had to take all the paint out, set it up, and get it all to fit, and I just can't ever seem to get it right before someone comes to sit down and get painted. I would gladly pull one more case with wheels on it if I could just open it and have my paints ready to go. Do you put the lids on, or leave them off? I am still not crazy about leaving my lids off.
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Post by Monna (sounds like Donna) on Wed Sep 14, 2011 6:29 am

I pm'd you ...before I kept reading.... your picture is awesome...and I too need to read the instructions and learn how to post pictures...I just have been busy right now...I sub teach, face paint, and sell avon, along with pick up two of my grandkids after school to watch for a couple hours...so when i sit down...i sometime don't have the energy to get back up...lol... and i didn't even have to cook for 8 to 10 people this week x 2 or 3...lol...
I have the fat max ..and love it...but always looking for a better idea. is it heavy to lift?...i also love the camping table idea...was wondering if i could store most items in the sink part...i need to just go browsing and keep and open mind Question ...BUT who would think to look in the "rifle" section... Rolling Eyes Laughing so a big cheers cheers to all your creative Minds!!!! and a Big Thanks!!!!
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:10 pm

FP MOM, I don't lid (you could, but I am trying to de-busy myself). I spray my paints w/a disinfectant when starting, and then w/water--so they are not rock hard. I cover w/a black terry-cloth towel when I pack up to prevent any little drips migrating.

Monna---It's probably (not sure, never had a fat-max) similar in weight, but an easier configuration to lift.BUT...if you don't pack as much as me...I just hate trying to track down things to get out the door & prefer the inconvenience of a heft into the car and later onto the table. (At 57 & more grandma than svelte, it's really not so bad.) I can do my chair bag on one arm & drag this) (And I often have gentlemen volunteer give me a hand.)
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Post by Geekophile on Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:07 pm

Love the gentlemen!
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:07 am

Oh yes...
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by Geekophile on Mon Sep 19, 2011 6:32 pm

Woo-hoo! Found one at a pawn shop for 50 bucks! ( a rifle case not a gentleman Shocked )
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by funnyfacesofct on Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:53 pm

Annie - you spray your paints with a disinfectant before putting them away? What do you use that is face safe? Thanks

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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by daffyv on Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:35 pm

Tash wrote:Here you go - these are what I drool over ...... feel free to have a drool yourself!
http://www.makeupart.net/makeup/studio-makeup-case-with-lights-and-mirror---unfilled.htm

OOh man, more stuff I wanna buy. My honey is going to kill me. What a Face
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by scgilland on Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:05 am

For those looking for a cost effective way to store paints- I got a rolling stanley tool box from walmart for $20! I just love good deals! So far it has done pretty well! It has a normal 2 layer tool box on top and then a large open bottom that slides down to open which works great for my palletes, books, and larger things in general!




My box is a mess, sorry should have cleaned it up a little before, but oh well!!
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Re: Looking for a carrying case for all my supplies.

Post by anniel on Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:29 pm

I use "beautysoclean" pricey (I thought) but lasts forever as it mists out very fine. It's paid for itself many times over by the fact that it sits in view and impresses...(I think I'd personally be fine with just a watered down vinegar solution like I use for cleaning at home otherwise...) I usually spray before I start, when I finish and sometimes between kids...(to look busy while I wait for the next kiddo to be helped into my chair/or maybe I had a little one with a sniffy nose, etc.)
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