Saturday, September 24, 2011

Makeup brush storage

Happy weekend! It's been rainy and a bit on the chilly side here this week....definitely feeling like fall has arrived!
I was inspired by a picture I found on a blog and pinned on Pinterest...I'm always loving storage of practical items that looks artful.

The photo I pinned was of makeup brushes stored in a jar of coffee beans. The added benefit there would be the aroma of coffee beans to accompany you while you put your face on.

Do coffee beans smell? Or just ground coffee beans? I have no idea.

Well, I had on hand a square glass vase and some rounded pebbles....I happen to love these pebbles from IKEA. I use them to grow paperwhites in the wintertime and cover the soil of houseplants with them. And.....suspend makeup brushes in them.....


I love the look and the accessibility. How do you store your makeup wares?


Linking to these parties....
Time Travel Thursday at The Brambleberry Cottage
Fridays Unfolded at Stuff and Nonsense
Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage
Show and Share Day at Just a Girl
Simply Creations Link Party at Simple Home Life
Addicts (not so) Anonymous Addicted to Decorating
Flaunt Your Flowers at Tootsie Time
Sunday Showcase Party at Under the Table and Dreaming
Project Parade at The DIY Showoff
Creative Bloggers' Party and Hop at Homemaker on a Dime
Tip-Toe Thru Tuesday at Crayon Freckles

13 comments:

Lindsay said...

Oh, I really like this idea! Looks super cute AND is easy to access your items! Very creative!

Mrs.Sparks said...

Super cute idea!! Love it.

Xuan said...

That looks so nice and I bet cleaner than stuffing them into a brush bag.

Sam @ The Junk House said...

Great idea! Mine are just tossed in a drawer...

Tulip and Turnip said...

Looks so chic! Like a spa!

BunnyBlueEyes said...

Ok I am going to make one for my granddaughter. This is so clever.

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