When I started sorting, I had no idea it would take me so long, but boy did it. I used a tray with raised sides to corral the various goodies, and I used my homemade rhinestone-picker-upper (for lack of a better term) (it's a bamboo skewer with a teeny bit of poster putty on the pointy end) to pick up each individual piece. Keep that in mind when you look at these next photos.
|Image from DollarTree.com|
Once I'd finished that, I realized I had several bottles of the Donna Michelle nail art embellishments that just didn't store well and were a nightmare to try and use as they were. So yes, I added them into the nail wheels as well. Once I was finished, I'd filled all 5 wheels and I realized that I want to buy more- at least 10, maybe 20. I figure they won't stay empty for long! So, feast your eyes on my newly-organized goodies!
|These rhinestones came from my clearance splurge.|
|These are the Donna Michelle glitters and shapes. Much easier to use this way!|
|More goodies I had stashed away. I think I'm more likely to use them now that I can see them easily!|
|Can you see how many studs are in here? I'm so excited to play with these!!|
|And yet more studs and stones to play with. SO COOL!!|
So, to sum up, I managed to get some wonderful, compact, usable storage for a whopping $3.70 and now most of my nail art embellishments are stored in a way that they're both easily accessible and easily viewed. I am SO in love!
If you're interested in picking up some of these nail wheels, you can take advantage of the same deal I did- you can get 5 brand new, unused nail art storage wheels for approximately $3.70 US dollars. It does take a while for them to arrive, but you aren't paying for shipping, so it's hard to complain.
Next time, I'll be sharing a nail design I called Martini Summer. You don't want to miss this one, so stick around!
Til next time!
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