Saturday, 6 June 2009

Sunday Crafting

More crafting this Sunday!

A quick little project I have been wanting to do.

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An Ikea storage solution

Some gorgeous papers (including Amy Butler)

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Some mod podge and a lick of paint

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Voila!

I also found the lovely bird labels over at LollyChops The papers were already sitting on my desk when I pulled these labels out from the printer, the colours all just sung.

Lolly also has some gorgeous embroidery patterns here.

11 comments:

Kylie said...

Oh that looks great - I wish that we lived closer to an IKEA - love the colours

Missie Krissie said...

Just beautiful. Love the colours, it looks so handy for storing all sorts of trinkets :)

Belinda said...

I've been wanting to do this for ages. Must pick up some drawers next time I'm out at Ikea.

Violet & Rose said...

Oh my goodness! Freaky really! Today, yes Sunday, I did EXACTLY the same thing to EXACTLY the same set of Ikea drawers. Except I used vintage wallpaper. We must have been sending each other "vibes".

little birds fly said...

wow, that looks really great! You are inspiring me!

Polka Dot Daze said...

Yay - would love to have you join my swap.
Please go back to my blog to get all the details you need to sign up so I can add you to the list :)

edward and lilly said...

That looks fantastic! What a difference it makes. Thanks for popping by my blog, I'm glad we found each other because I just love your blog!

Eva's House said...

Lovely! Good Sunday job!! I also love the colors of that pencils ;)

The Girl in the Rainbow Heelz said...

That just looks perfect - thanks for the lollychops link - great downloads! Did you use modpodge to stick the paper first and then over the top - never used it before - complete paper newbie!

Bronwyn said...

That last comment was from me - not girl in rainbow heelz - how did she get there?

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