Monday, May 5, 2014

Hey guys! So...I was debating whether or not to post another DIY, but this one was really fun to do and it's a little easier and more practical.  So here it is...a DIY nail polish caddy! :)

(Supplies:)

glue stick
paper
scissors 
hot glue gun (tacky glue would would fine as well)
small tray
hole puncher 
ribbon and/or fabric 
Mason jar, or other type of container/jar

(It took me about an hour and a half to make this.)

So, first i started out by painting a swatch of nail polish on the paper, and once it dried, i hole punched the colors out, and glued them to the top of each bottle.  That way, once you put them into the tray, you can see what color is which without picking each one out.  



The tray i got is from Home goods and it was only 7$.  Its from the bathroom section and it is glass so it holds the nail polish really nicely. 

So next, you're going to get your jar, and you can either leave it plain or decorate it.  I got the ribbon, and just hot glued it around the jar, and then added a bow.  You can also get some fabric and cover the lid.


Then you can fill the jar with cotton balls, or Q-tips, and you can also stick your nail polish remover on the tray so it's all there for you to use.




I hope you've enjoyed this DIY tutorial!

xo, Rebecca 

5 comments:

  1. Very creative Rebecca! Btw, love your new blog design.

    Peace,
    Ellie(:

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  2. I love the new blog design too! And I loved this DIY post! The pictures are all wonderful and it looks like such a fun project, with a practical outcome. I think the final picture of the completed project doesn't do it justice. It is really sweet looking!

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  3. Just found your blog, it's very nice

    I love the DIY & I might try it myself.

    --Ezri

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  4. I'm REALLY behind in reading this...haha, but this is an awesome idea! I've been trying to come up with a better way to store my nail polishes!

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    1. Hahaha you're good! I'm glad you liked it!

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