I was sick of my nail polish being unorganized in a bin. So I made a nail polish shelf.
I found a shelf at the thrift store for $4.00, bought a can of 90cent black spray paint and used scrap fabric to line the back of the shelf.
Step 1: Spray Painting Shelf
I used black spary paint on the shelf to match my black bathroom cabniets.
I usually spray paint in my garage. It's well ventilated and I don't worry about over spray. I laid newspaper over the bench and sparyed the shelf. (This is the longest part of the craft.) Might take a few coats to cover the shelf.
Step 2: Staple Fabric to Shelf
Once the shelf was dry and well coated I laid my scrap fabric over the shelf and cut it to fit.
Then, I stapled the fabric to the back of the shelf. I held the fabric taunt as I stapled. Starting at the top and working my way down oneside then the otherside and finished with the bottom.
Step 3: Organizing Nail Polish
After hanging my shelf up, I added my nail polish by color. The shelf even had 2 peg hooks perfect for my daughters hair towel wraps.
Now when I need to paint my nails my nail polish is easily accessible and organized!
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