Fabric on wood!    1. Thick coat of Mod Podge  2. Apply fabric  3. Let dry  4. 3 coats of polycrilic (recommends Verathane)

Mod Podge fabric dresser drawer fronts - so doing this to my daughter's dresser! now to find some cute vintage fabric

She used fabric and usable web ... but Fabric Mod Podge will do the trick I think better! cw

Maison Douce: Fabric dresser tutorial and cool finds!---I had no idea you could do this, awesome idea! Want to do it for the girls!

A vintage drop-leaf table was too short to serve as a fabric cutting station.  Pair it with an old dresser, lengthen the legs, add a few coats of paint, and we have a great cutting table with storage. Details on my blog

A vintage drop-leaf table was too short to serve as a fabric cutting station. Pair it with an old dresser, lengthen the legs, add a few coats of paint, and we have a great cutting table with storage.or kitchen island!

Use Mod Podge and your favorite fabric pattern to create these unique fabric dresser lined drawers. You'll love this DIY! Use the same method with wallpaper - or to line shelves.

Fabric lined drawers with Mod Podge

Use Mod Podge and your favorite fabric pattern to create these unique fabric lined drawers - I love the special surprise every time you open one!

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