This wallpaper dresser is so easy to do with Mod Podge! Pick your favorite pattern and simply decoupage to the front of the drawers.
Skills Required: Intermediate. It’s harder to manage larger pieces of paper with decoupage. You’ll need some Mod Podge experience before tackling this project.
I’m so proud of Misty – and I’m such a bad craft blogger. Let me explain. First, the reason I’m proud of Misty is because she sent me photos of her wallpaper dresser re-do, and look what she did! She turned this dresser below into the dresser above. Isn’t it amazing?
A little paint, wallpaper and Mod Podge and this dresser turns from “ughs” to fabulous. That brings me to being a bad craft blogger. Awhile ago (meaning September) I featured this filing cabinet and said I was going to do something with wallpaper and decoupage.
I meant to do a dresser. All done with wallpaper and Mod Podge.
And I haven’t done it yet. I hope you will forgive me, forget about my slacking and be inspired by Misty.
She doesn’t yet have a blog, but I’m encouraging her to do so. And I bet she will keep her promises, unlike me. Just remember, dear readers, that I do care. I’ll do better.
The wallpaper featured on her wallpaper dresser is from the Daydream collection by Julia Rothman for H&W. You can typically get scraps of fancy wallpapers from local shops, just as a tip.
I’ll leave you with the second project that Misty did, a keyholder with a different colorway of the same pattern.
What do you think about these Mod Podge projects with wallpaper? I’d love to know in the comments!