Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Fabric Lined drawers with Mod-hodgepodge

You can use to create a Mod collection and your favorite fabric pattern, this unique fabric lined drawers – I love the special surprise every time when you open!

I’m so excited to share with you my latest Mod-the hodgepodge of project: fabric lined drawers!
It’s funny, this Desk makeover actually started in November when I painted the first one. I always knew I wanted to do something on the inside of the drawer, but wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted to do.
recently, I've been thinking about a bottle of fabric Mod conglomeration, and started ideas that I could do. I had a couple of really good ideas.
Then I went to JoAnn fabrics and found some amazing coastal themed fabrics. As soon as I saw the fabric with the octopus, I knew EXACTLY what I wanted to do with her.
I needed to see not only if the husband was on the same page. I showed him my idea for the fabric drawers are lined and he really likes it.
BUT he thought that some people might think that the octopus looks like an alien creature (I think he mentioned the one from Independence Day).
I know not everyone will love, but at least everyone can get an idea about how to make your drawers and you can fit it all of the patterns that you like.
But I think the octopus is AWESOME. I have a few more projects I plan on doing with it. Okay, back to the DIY-drawer-project.
fabric-Lined drawers
For this great fabric-drawers project that you’re going to:
This Supplies power to Collect

fabric Mod hotchpotch
substance
foam brush
- scissors
Mod hodgepodge brayer
pencil

First steps
Since I just had a trip to JoAnns all the supplies on hand. Now, I have only needed to get the kids ready to go was down for a NAP, and I!!
I’m the nap-time crafter today!!

step 1 – Prep your drawer
Prepping your drawer is super easy, I just got my drawer cleaned and wiped it.
Hopefully,’s all you have to do, as well.

step 2 – measure and Cut fabric
It took me a while to figure out how I was going to cut my fabric. I didn’t want to make any mistakes and mess up.
I finally put the fabric to the back, then used a pencil to keep track of my measurements. I cut the fabric and it fits perfectly. YAY love it when something can be easy.

step 3 – Add your Mod hotchpotch
Now it’s time for the substance Mod smorgasbord!! I added a little at a time, and then laid my fabric on top. My way of working through the entire drawer.
Once I had covered the drawer, I pulled out my “Handy Dandy” scooter, any air bubbles. This is my first time with the scooter and I’t think I’ve waited for so long. It’s awesome!
As per the instructions, you need to, the Mod-hodgepodge dry for 2 hours before the next step.

step 3 – seal in your fuel
Finally, I added a layer of Mod smorgasbord on the top side of the fabric. Make sure that ALL was covered the fabric with Mod-hodgepodge. Then I let dry overnight.

cut
Finally, I can start to use it!!
I think that was really cool and the colors of the octopus really “POP” against the blue on the Desk. It's a fun surprise every time, when I to my Desk.
then I need a few more storage containers for the inside of the Desk. I’ll keep you up to date on those!!
Gotta keep you organized.
I hope you enjoyed these fabric drawers tutorial lined up, as much as I do. The Desk is finally finished! Another project ticked off my list!
It’s really amazing all the things you can do with a bottle of Mod-hodgepodge. I have a few more fabric projects, the publish I plan to, soon.
Stay tuned . . .
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