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Yesterday I showed y’all my newly organized craft area. Today I want to share the details on how I organized my craft paint using recycled cans. This is one of my favorite parts of the entire area!
Just look at all of that organized craft paint! Just lay down various cans, cookie tins, metal canisters, etc. I used enough cans to almost entirely fill my area. Then I laid in my craft paint in roughly a ROYGBIV pattern. The trick is to face the BOTTOM of your craft paint out. That way you can see at a glance what colors you have. As y’all can see, I am apparently a craft paint hoarder. I think the problem was I never knew what colors I already had so I would just buy new. Not any more!
Time to paint something don’t you think? What about you? Have you jumped on board the 2013 organization train?
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