Dresser Makeover With Wallpaper and Glue Dots
After simply dusting off my new little dresser and giving it a coat of wood spray, the outside looked wonderful. But there was one more thing I wanted to do.
On the day I scored the dresser at the tag sale, I also picked up these rolls of pretty Waverly toile wallpaper for only $5. One of these can run as much as $35 in the store.
When I brought both home, something just clicked and I decided to use the wallpaper as drawer liners.
Step-by-step tutorial of how I attached the wallpaper to the drawers:
All you need is
- glue dots
- a pencil or crayon
I added some glue dots to the upper edge of one liner and started gluing it down in the first drawer.
Since Don has been complaining that he feels like he’s living in a storage facility lately, with candle-making and gift basket supplies everywhere — he’s right, but I’m gearing up for three craft shows — I decided to store my finished candles in it for now.
Do you have some old wallpaper lying around? Lining the drawers took me only about 15 minutes, and I’m really pleased with the outcome of this little DIY project.