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Old 07-10-2015, 08:24 AM
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Super tutorial, AQ. I've had good results using these. http://cutexshop.com/product/25-cotton-ball
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You could use clothespins or these; http://home.myfairpoint.net/smallife/Spring_clamps.jpg
Although those could work, I really wanted something with more of a round feature. I had considered PVC pipe, but didn't have the funds for the purchase. There is a tutorial on using clothes pins, but again, that's not what I had on hand.
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Super tutorial, AQ. I've had good results using these. http://cutexshop.com/product/25-cotton-ball
A very clever idea to be sure!
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Old 07-11-2015, 05:27 AM
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These look good, AQ. Do you mean you want a way to store the daubers? I have a piece of Styrofoam that someone melted holes into. They hold all of my sponge daubers nicely.
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What a clever idea, melting Styrofoam. I have quite a large quantity of Styrofoam from when we purchased our gazebo. I wonder how they managed to melt the holes into it without getting fumigated.
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I don't know how they did it, except that maybe my friend's husband had a fume mask. He is a metal worker and has a shed where he magically produced my holder for me without me witnessing the process
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