Visit site
  • June

    This is the dresser that will be the family heirloom. Decoupaged with family photos DIY instructions from seekatesew. Start collection those photos now; thank goodness for printers.. make certain your photos are smudge proof and the ink permanent. (Dishfunctional Designs) cute idea but just cover drawers instead of whole piece.

  • Diana Russell

    21 Fun Things To Do With Your Holiday Photos! | One Good Thing by Jillee

  • Nora McManus

    From "see kate sew", Mod Podge dresser DIY tutorial. Dress up old furniture with some (or all) of your favorite photos!

  • Orlando Johnson

    DIY Family Photography Dresser DIY Decoupage #Furniture #furniture arrangement #Furniture inspiration #Furniture idea

  • Emilie Driggers

    Covering one of your dressers with family photos is a very cool way to decorate it. Even though you need a lot of such photos and some time to glue them all up the result is very rewarding. Instead of looking at an ugly dresser you’ll look at a family history gathered in one place.

Related Pins

dresser decoupaged with sheets from Under Construction

Do this for a yard sale dresser I find for apartment next year

ok, so this is kind of what I'm thinking for my new idea for the entry way

Chalkboard Dresser. Did you know that 3 coats of Annie Sloan's decorative paint, Chalk Paint, will give you a chalkboard in any one of her fabulous colors!

DIY: Dress Up a Wardrobe Decorating Project! Liking the way a bold graphic treatment gives a dresser an urban edge. Chosen here an oversize Warhol poster, but any poster you adore will do. Or visit your local photocopy center to enlarge your favorite photo. Large patterns are simpler to match than busy patterns, especially on the drawer fronts. Keep clicking to see how we did it.

reface a dresser with of the moms I nannied for did this and I loved it! I've always wanted to do it

This is adorable, and I currently have 2 dressers in the basement that I wish would magically grow up and turn into this.

idea for guest room: Paint dresser all white and leave a sharpie for guests to "sign"....

DIY this Boho- Folk Style Dresser. You don't need to have handpaint skills to make a Dresser like this! You can use Pretty Vintage Pictures from Art (download, old postcards, posters) and Glue On, to get the same scenery and boho feeling! ;-D

Love this idea, just use a marker! Or better yet, make it dry erase and then you can change it whenever you want.