To attach the fabric with Mod Podge: Apply Mod Podge to the drawer with a paint brush or foam brush Lay fabric, already cut to size, across the drawer panel Smooth out any bumps Apply another coat of Mod Podge over the fabric Let it dry ( I left mine over night.) I only gave mine one coat on top as that seemed to do fine, but because of the heavier texture of my fabric, Give each drawer panel a pretty generous coat. Woven fabric doesn't trap air bubbles.
I love when the lighting is built into a headboard! It adds warmth and a more customized look to your bedroom. DIY Distressed Headboard from salvaged wood pallets. Gorgeous, shabby-chic headboard with step-by-step tutorial instructions and pictures!
Basic Script Lettering 101 by Tosha Seeholzer on atly.com This class is for anyone and everyone who has ever wanted to learn the basics of lettering. More specifically, script lettering! Learn a little bit about typography, the best tools to use, and a few tips and tricks I've learned along the way.