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This was my (well my boyfriend's) version of the magnetic makeup board. I didn't have a frame, metal sheets, a way to cut them or anything else. My smart boyfriend suggested using these metal letters. Once I discovered they were half price at Hobby Lobby I was sold!  Here was the end result!  Loved the idea and am enjoying this more personalized version!!  Thanks to my hero!!

Maximizing space is important in any home. But, making a tiny bathroom feel bigger can change the way you feel about your house!

My Magnetic Makeup Board! This would be perf because my new bathroom has NO DOORS! (desk organization diy makeup)

My Magnetic Makeup Board! This would be perf because my new bathroom has NO DOORS!

Use a sheet of metal, cover it with fabric, glue the fabric in place and glue magnets to the back of your makeup products to make them stay on the metal.

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Goodbye Makeup Clutter! Create a Magnetic Makeup Board in 4 Steps - News - Modern Salon

Goodbye Makeup Clutter! Create a Magnetic Makeup Board in 4 Steps - News

Keep makeup clutter to a minimum starting now! Spruce up your bathroom or salon station with this inexpensive and easy DIY project that turns an ordinary piece of sheet metal into a classy magnetic makeup board.

Magnetic makeup board I made using a cookie sheet, duct tape and magnets for less than $15.00

Magnetic makeup board I made using a cookie sheet, duct tape and magnets for less than $15.00

Southern in the City: DIY Magnetic Makeup Board I like that she used a dollar store baking sheet instead of a metal sheet wrapped in fabric inserted into a picture frame. way easier.

This would be the perfect thing to hang over the toilet in the bathroom, since we have that awkward empty wall space & can't install shelves.

$12 Magnetic Chalk Board from Ikea, and a $5 pack of sticky magnets and I made my own magnetic makeup board with brush holders. (Huge Tip: Make sure the magnets are strong enough to hold to the board and superglue them to your makeup because the adhesive isn't always dependable. Also, if you need to travel, just take the same kind of material as the board and make a bottom in your makeup bag, then your makeup will remain organized when traveling.)

$12 Magnetic Chalk Board from Ikea, and a $5 pack of sticky magnets and I made my own magnetic makeup board with brush holders. (Huge Tip: Make sure the magnets are strong enough to hold to the board and superglue them to your makeup because the adhesive isn't always dependable. Also, if you need to travel, just take the same kind of material as the board and make a bottom in your makeup bag, then your makeup will remain organized when traveling.)