Try this organizational tip: Store extra paint in squeeze bottles to free up storage space and make it easier to use. Perfect for crafts, paint touch-ups and small spaces.
How to touch up wall paint
Touch up scuffs and marks on walls and baseboards. No paintbrush needed - reusable paint storage!
Easy Tips for Painting Baseboards and Trim
Painting baseboards and trim with touch-up paint is one of the best ways to refresh a room and make it sparkle before big events or preparing to sell - or just to enjoy your home. Click for DIY tips to make it easier! AD
How to Touch Up Paint on a Wall
How to Touch Up Paint on a Wall (with Pictures) | eHow
Melted Crayon Art
I LOVE THESE. just need princess silhouettes and contact paper!!!! :D I am going to make one of these...It's official!!
How To Touch Up Textured Ceiling Paint
Learn How To Touch Up Textured Ceiling Paint in just a few minutes. Fix water stains and paint drips quickly and easily!
13 Handy Tutorials Every Homeowner Should Pin Right Now
Artist brushes make painting around even the most difficult household items (doorknobs, outlets, you name it) a breeze. Use 'em to touch up knicks and marks on your walls, too. Get the tutorial at Live Love DIY » - GoodHousekeeping.com
A recent study by Rubbermaid found that 63% of Americans have at least two cans of paint stored in their basement or garage. The leftover paint is kept to handle small touch-up jobs, until people move away; but 70 percent of those surveyed say they touch up scuff marks and nicks on painted surfaces just once per year, or less. Rubbermaid Paint Buddy makes it a snap. Just fill the remainder of the paint can into paint Buddy to make the touch ups easy.