Tidy up the bathroom with a makeover of your plastic storage drawers. Organization has never looked cuter by simply using decoupage, fabric, and some paint!
Age Group: Adult Crafts
Project Type: Home Decor
Fabric: I used fat quarters
Decoupage medium or Mod Podge
Plastic storage containers
Labels of your choice
Americana acrylic paints:
After washing all of my containers, I prepped the fabric with decoupage on some waxed paper. Don’t leave it there too long or the waxed paper will stick! Remove it after about 20 minutes and simply move it to another piece of waxed paper to dry more.
While that was drying, I created templates for my drawer fronts using a piece of paper and creasing it along the edges of the drawers. When the fabric was ready, I traced the pattern onto the fabric with a pen and cut the shapes out, cutting right inside the pen lines.
Once I lined up the fabric on the drawer front and trimmed anything that needed it, I applied a thin coat of decoupage to the drawer front and to the back of the fabric. Then I placed the fabric onto the drawer front, smoothed it out and applied decoupage over the top.
While the drawers were drying, I painted wooden oval shapes with the acrylic paints, each one matching the corresponding drawers. Contrasting the colors would have been cool too! I used a micron pen to write on each oval. With the drawers standing on end, I attached the ovals with white craft glue and allowed them to dry.
This project for Makeover: Plastic Storage Drawers was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/makeover-plastic-storage-drawers/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.