I used some large pieces of scrapbook paper, but if you have a larger piece of furniture, use some pretty wrapping paper for this technique.
1. Clean out your drawer
2. Measure and cut your paper to fit your drawer
3. Apply the Mod Podge (it is basically paint that drys clear) on the inside of the drawer (where you are going to line)
4. Lay the paper down, starting at one edge and smooth it down slowly (while rubbing it down with your fingers so no bubbles get underneath the paper).
5. Once the paper is down, apply a coat of Mod Podge on top of the paper. Make sure to get the corners really well so they don’t curl up.
6. Let dry (for a couple of hours)
|This stuff runs around $10, for the larger size|
If you look close, you can see the bubbles in the bottom drawer. I learned my lesson on that one, and fixed it for the top drawer. Be careful when you are laying the paper down.
I love Mod Podge! There are so many great ideas out there for Mod Podge projects including: