We can’t help but get nostalgic about the old days when we could buy eye bags and carry them around with us on our wrists or inside our bags for a simple purpose.
We remember our time in the ’90s when we used to carry our bags everywhere we went, and we would find ourselves picking out the eye bags we wanted to carry in our bags, and then just putting them all together and using them to make our own DIY bags.
But while we’re on the topic of DIY bags, here’s a tip that you might not have thought of, especially if you’re a woman.
Make your own eye bags You can’t buy eye bag bags, but you can make your very own DIY ones by filling them with eye bags, plastic bottles, and even a few old-fashioned toothbrushes.
A good rule of thumb for what to buy is that if you can get it, it’s worth it.
It’s a good idea to have at least one eye bag with you at all times.
Here’s how to make them, using a simple paintbrush: 1.
Get some paint and some brushes You can make a number of different eye bags with different colors and materials.
I usually use a mixture of acrylic paint, polyurethane foam, and wood.
I find that acrylic paints tend to be more opaque, but they do need to be a little thinner to work properly.
For the eye bag, you’ll need:A paintbrush, a paint mixing container (or paint bottle, if you prefer) and some paint.
Here are some basic instructions on how to get started: Using the paint brush, start by mixing some of the paint with some of your paint and then let it sit for about 30 seconds.
Then add a bit of your own color.
Next, add a couple of drops of the color you’re adding.
Then add some of that color and mix it in with the paint.
You can mix the mixture on your hands or on a sponge.
The mix will be thin, but will be thick enough to fill the eye-bag you’re creating.
Once you’ve finished mixing the paint, add the other color to it and let it set.
Now you’re ready to add your eye bag.
You’ll probably want to do this at the very beginning, because if you mess up, the paint will start to chip off and you won’t be able to see your eye.
Tip: Don’t use the same paintbrush for multiple eye bags.
If you end up with a mess on the paintbrush and it doesn’t clear up, just wipe it off with a towel and try again.
Mixing the paintMixing paints in a paint mixer will allow you to make a color and then add that to it.
Paint mixing containers are great for making eye bags for small projects, but if you want to make larger ones for more complex projects, you can buy a paint container.
This tip applies to paint mixing containers as well, but since the paint mixing can be a bit messy, you may want to try mixing your own instead.
If you have a paintmixer and you’re looking for an easy way to make eye bags without a paintbrush or mixing container, check out this tip for how to use a paint mix container.
Cut some fabric into a bunch of shapesThe eye bag you’re making is a great idea if you have the time, or if you’ve just made a bunch for your kids or other family members.
Here are some simple directions to get going: Take a piece of fabric and cut it in half lengthwise.
Make sure you cut this fabric at the right size, and cut the lengthwise of the pieces in half, and place the folded pieces in the bottom of the eyebag.
Using a fabric knife, cut two long pieces of fabric.
Start with the left side, and take the right side.
Cut two long strips of fabric, and fold them into one long strip.
Take one long piece of the folded fabric, fold it in the middle, and make a triangle.
Fold the triangle down and fold it again in the opposite direction.
Put the triangle together.
When you’re done, you should end up looking like this: Now it’s time to cut a strip of fabric in half and place it in your eyebag, starting at the bottom and working your way up.
In my photo above, I’m using the bottom one to make the eye and the top one to cover the bottom.
To do this, I cut a piece from the bottom to the top of the triangle, and sew them together.
Once you’re finished, take the triangle and fold the two pieces of the fabric together into one.
Place the two triangles in the eyebags. With the