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Dresser Revamp We used floral paper to rejuvenate the drawer fronts of a tired dresser. And the lampshade project is a snap. Just cut paper slightly larger than the shade. Adhere, pressing firmly to smooth wrinkles. Once dry, simply slice off the excess paper with a craft knife. Use the same technique to cover artist's canvasses with coordinating papers for instant art
Classy Update:: Transform a dresser with paint and wallpaper. Chic taupe paint and toile wallpaper highlight this dresser's traditional lines. Play with the position of the wallpaper until you're happy with the design, and then cut the paper to fit the drawer fronts. After painting the dresser, apply the wallpaper; protect it and the painted surfaces with an acrylic sealer
Buy a clear plastic sign holder at Staples (I think it's about the size of a regular sheet of 8.5 x 11 paper), then use self-adhesive velcro to make the strips. Cut small pieces of the velcro and put it on each of the Stickles bottles, then voila, we have the holder!