Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

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       When I saw this color I just knew...

Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

It was going to be every girls new favorite color! 

Repurposed Cure-iously Pink Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

Take it from this mother of 4 girls... I know! 

I set out to try this new color CUREiously Pink from Fusion Mineral Paint not only because it is pretty but because I have a gift in mind for a special friend. 

I began by gathering my supplies:

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I glued the feet to the bottom of the drawer using E6000 glue. 

The feet were originally unfinished candle taper cups. 

DIY Repurposed Pink Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

I painted the piece with CUREiously Pink then added a decorative paper liner to the drawer. 

DIY Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

The cute little size of this drawer is just perfect for a nail polish organizer. 

I filled it with nail polish needs and that's it!

Pink Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer

Pink Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer for a Cure

For every jar of CUREiously Pink purchased in the month 
of October Fusion Mineral Paint will donate a portion 
of the process to breast cancer awareness. 

Important to me because my mother has been a breast 
cancer survivor for 30 years and I have 4 daughters!

Repurposed Drawer Nail Polish Organizer for a Cure


I made this nail polish organizer for 
a little 9 year old friend of mine who 
is fighting a hard battle with cancer herself. 



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