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How To Use Old Wrapping Paper To Jazz Up Your Drawers And Cabinets
While lining your drawers and cabinets protects your furniture from scratches and dirt, you can also use it to decorate the space, adding a personalized touch.
Luckily, you won't have to spend money on contact paper, as leftover rolls of gift wrap will do the trick and give you various design choices.
This project only requires double-sided tape, scissors, a boxcutter, a ruler, and wrapping paper. First, measure the width and length of the shelf and add 1/2 inch to each side.
The extra room will help with installation and will be removed at the end. Use a ruler and pencil to create a straight outline before cutting the wrapping paper.
Line the drawers with double-sided tape, covering all corners and the center to ensure enough tact to secure the gift wrap.
Apply your liner starting with the bottom corner. After laying the paper, apply slight pressure to seal it down and use the box cutter to trim the sides' excess lining.