Trick Out Your Drawers With Scrapbook Paper

This DIY is a simple, versatile project that I’d recommend to solve any number of home issues.
It brightens up a dark interior like a kitchen with a lack of natural light, provides an easy change of décor in months that beg for cheerful colors, and allows for a practical upgrade in a rental home, where minimal renovations are allowed.
What You Need:

12×12” scrapbook paper in matching prints (I chose an aqua honeycomb design)

Measuring tape or ruler

Paper cutter

Tape or glue
Simply measure, cut, tape, and place. Make sure there aren’t any excess pieces hanging from the sides or it will wrinkle and tear when shut.
Add a sealant to the sides if you’d like it to be more seamless. Feel free to play with different patterns by mixing printed papers or going for a solid look that makes a statement. Or, if your kitchen already has plenty of color, choose a neutral that anchors the design.
Laura Trevey
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