As you can see, this is not the next T-shirt yarn project. Since I need a large amount of white T-shirts for that, I have to wait for the next flea market before I can continue. Meanwhile, I kept myself busy with a find of my last flea market. This beautiful old drawer has once belonged to a Singer sewing machine and now contains my makeup (for the photo I only used a couple of products as an example). What I would like to show you is how I made the little partitions. Even if you do not like the idea of a makeup drawer, this idea is also great for your pens or craft utensils.
Tools and materials
Triangle ruler, sharp knife, pencil, cardboard, paint and putty
These dimensions are off course specific to my drawer, depending on how your drawer looks, you have to change the length and width of your templates.
First I cut the two large and the six small separator sides out of cardboard.
In the hope that the edges of the separator sides don´t look so much like cardboard afterwards, I’ve filled them with putty.
At last I painted the partitions white and after drying put all parts together. In retrospect cardboard was maybe not the best choice but for now it is okay and I’ve finally got a bit of order in my cosmetic chaos.
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