Repurposed Craft Paint Organizer

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A unique craft paint organizer that keeps my workshop organized and looks adorable...

Repurposed Craft Paint Organizer

This is the BEFORE... a treasure from the thrift store... I wasn't sure what it was going to be at first but I knew it was cool and I could use it for something. 

Repurposed Craft Paint Organizer

The bright orange color was pretty but it was a little chipped up and was in need of a good paint job. 

It is a large piece that stands about 3' tall and turns on a Lazy Susan...

I knew right away that I needed a chalk paint that would adhere without sanding and priming... preferably a paint that needed no sealer because painting inside all these little indentations was enough the first time around. 

I used MudPaint in Manor White. The paint goes on smoothly, sticks to almost everything and is a great paint to use for my repurposed projects. 

Repurposed Craft Paint Organizer

When the MudPaint was dry I was finished... I filled the turning carousel with 2 oz. craft paint bottles that fit perfectly.

Repurposed Craft Paint Organizer

I like to find unique organizers to use in my workshop... I spend a lot of time in here so I want to love everything about my every improving creative space.

The carousel spins to reveal all the paint colors needed for my craft projects.

Repurposed Craft Paint Organizer

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  1. Before I looked I was thinking what it would be. I pictured something with tins, so you surprised me with this makeover.

    1. My daughter thought it should be a shot glass organizer.... hmmmm!

  2. That is fantastic! Great find!

  3. I love using spice racks for paints, but this one... a lazy susan! Love it to pieces! Great find!

    1. Thanks Robin! This one is a cool one that's for sure :) It was a lucky find!


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