Organizer for cosmetic brushes and pencils
Each thing has its own purpose. Therefore, you need to store things carefully and carefully. So, cosmetic brushes and pencils are conveniently kept in a separate place. You can use various cosmetic bags and jars as storage, but special organizers are best of all. Such organizers are convenient not only for storing brushes and pencils, but also convenient to use. Organizer can be made independently of scrap materials.2. With the help of putty we close the junction of the cylinder and the bottom. When the putty dries, scrape all the irregularities. 3. White acrylic paint primed surface of the organizer, both outside and inside. Apply the paint with a sponge. If necessary, primed in 2 layers. 4. We start decorating the organizer. For this we use a decoupage napkin. Cut a rectangle from the napkin, the size of which will correspond to the size of the cylinder. Also, we cut out a circle that will decorate the bottom of the organizer. 5. Glue the napkin using the “file” method.To do this, lay out the napkin face to the file, moisten with water and carefully lay out the picture on the workpiece. Smooth the napkin and cover it with glue. First, glue the bottom of the organizer.
MaterialsFor work you will need:
- Cardboard tube.
- Thick cardboard or plywood.
- Acrylic paints.
- Knitting yarn.
- PVA glue.
- Brushes, scissors, sponge.
- Cloth for decoupage.
- File, water.
- Acrylic lacquer.
The process of making an organizer1. We cut the pipe height of 9.5 cm.From cardboard or plywood we cut a circle with a diameter equal to the outside of the pipe. We glue the cardboard circle with the help of PVA glue to one of the sides of the cylinder. We get a cylindrical organizer.
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