So first I took the shadow pans out from their packaging. De-potting those weren’t hard. but I’ll suggest you not to do this with your expensive shadows. because you might break your shadows while processing.
First I placed a paper on the base of the cd palette, used two sided scotch tape to attach that. Here I used a printed paper but you can also use any type of paper (later I used a black paper). The reason behind placing the paper is to hide the back of the pan so it looks nice from the back. Then I simply stick the pans on top of the paper using a hot glue gun. Easy-pesy, isn’t it? 🙂
Later on….. I wasn’t really happy they way it looks so decided to re-arrange it and do some decor 🙂 this is how it looks now (picture below)… I think it’s better than before….
So, what you think? At least all my single shadows are more organized now 🙂
I used CD case because it was available at home and didn’t cost me a penny to do the whole process. If you are ok with spending a few bucks then you can also buy some pre-made empty palette to store your single shadows.