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  • Carol McBride

    When painting something, use a few push pins in the back of the object to lift it off of the table. No more sticking to whatever its painted on. (Do I own any pushpins?)

  • Danielle Aaronson

    In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks When painting something, use a few push pins to the back of the object to lit it off the table.

  • Anne Stupp

    Hope I remember this on my next painting project - When painting something, use a few push pins in the back of the object to lift it off of the table. No more sticking to whatever its painted on.

  • Rett Rett

    Genius! Eliminate sticking when painting by putting thumbtacks or push pins in your wood projects to hold it up above the surface.

  • Chanel Newman

    great idea- paint won't stick to the paper!

  • Lenna Brock

    DIY Crafts Painting Tip: When painting something, use a few push pins in the back of the object to lift it off of the table. No more sticking to whatever its painted on.

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