makeup brush holder diy.

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i first came across these inventive makeup brush vases when they were published on free people’s blog. they were so beautiful and seemed like such a great idea. i wondered why i did not think of diy-ing them myself! well now i did.

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you can use almost anything to hold your brushes. jars, bottles, pots, they will all suffice. be creative. have fun! :-)

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  1. Great idea! I use so many random pots to hold my makeup brushes/eyeliners

  2. Great DIY. Love it.

  3. These would also be good for holding thing like knitting needles :)

  4. Mum

     /  10/23/2013

    Well how clever and cute. Lets paint them in gorgeous talavera colors and we have a deal.

  5. They look great. I clean out my glass candle holders once the candle has burned down and use them to store my brushes, eye pencils etc.

    • that sounds beautiful! i swear, everyone who is clever and creative thought of this before i did. :-)

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