You can buy the wrapping paper with this floral print here. Quick and pretty organizing idea for your desk. I bought about 10 rolls at Target the day after Christmas.
With vintage, practical usually means beautiful too - who can deny the appeal of the wooden ironing board with its lovely old floral cover! Grouping together a variety of…. Recipes, Crafts and Activities. Get pretty pattern in your home style without covering your walls with these crafty projects. Paint the outer and inner sides of a dresser along with some pretty wrapping paper as a bottom. Sewing Machine drawer has been chalk painted in a deep rose color.
It has been lightly distressed and waxed. Inside has been decoupaged with floral and French script napkins. It has been finished with dressmaker's tape inspired ribbon. With vintage, practical usually means beautiful too - who can deny the appeal of the wooden ironing board with its lovely old floral cover! Grouping together a variety of….
Design on This Old House. I'm finally organizing my desk! I'm not brave enough to show you what my drawers looked like before today but take my word for it when I tell you, it was scary. I wanted to get in organized with some drawer organizers. Memories too!
Thanks so much for sharing. We just did this very project a couple of days ago and posted a how-to on our blog. We wanted the durability you get from Modge Podge, but the flexibility to change our minds. The solution: wrapping paper like you , covered with clear Con-Tact paper. Wrapping paper, but the flexibility to change it if we need to. How exactly did you do this?
Looks great! I liked the results but maybe the shiny finish would be nicer? We did use a matte finish since that was the Podge we had on hand. Hope it helps! My mom has always been a nut about lining drawers. Awesome dresser you guys! I sometimes find with mod-podge that even after a thorough drying time, if it gets warm things stick to it.
I usually coat all my projects with a thin coat of polyurethane. It keeps if from getting sticky. Thanks for the tip Kate! We did use the matte finish over the glossy which we think is a lot less sticky and has already cured up to be very solid so hopefully that helps. I love Mod Podge! Thanks for linking to that paper store too!! They have gorgeous stuff and their prices are totally reasonable. I love the papers you choose to line the drawers. I love how detailed you both are!
It surprises me that you guys did this. I absolutely hate when people do that. It most be a cultural thing, as I am from another country. I just do that roll of anti-slippery stuff. Did you have the same problem? Maybe I used a different type of MP? Ours is actually the matte kind, which we always think dries a lot more crisply and never gets sticky.
It seems to have cured up really well for us, but perhaps also choosing the matte finish over the glossy will help with that? I just wanted to say I love the little touches you all take the time to do on projects like this. This looks incredible and adds so much fun pop! Great idea! The regular old briquettes are treated with lighter fluid and are a fire hazard.
Gotta tell ya, this dresser re-do has been one of my favorite projects you guys have done, fo sho. Very cute! As you let the mod podge on the bottom of the drawer dry, does the paper liner not adhere to the drawer at all? Or does the mod podge applied to the top of the paper soak through somehow? In other words, are the drawer liners removable? I love the dresser make-over! We did the same thing in our nursery last year, and now our little Stella is 9 months old.
It goes by so quickly! We used 2 different rolls of wrapping paper and just laid them in the drawers. Your little one is going to have a great nursery!! I bought about 10 rolls at Target the day after Christmas. Used plain silver to line the back of a TV cabinet because the doors broke.
Also, just wanted to say that I just bought my first house in December and have been mining your blog since to find inspiration for my own transformation.
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