Decoupage is easier than you think. The only way it becomes complicated is if you pick an ornate dresser. There is some hope for that vintage dresser you are considering donating to your thrift store. Vintage modern dressers would be very practical pieces to decoupage, because the lines are boxy. French dressers such as the ones from Moissonnier retail for thousands with this look.
Some of the most beautiful designs are those from wallpapers instead of cut-outs. Consider buying a "lot" of wallpaper from ebay, working within the design of your child's room. You could even wallpaper the walls where the dresser disappears into the room.
Here are some practical tips below to great looking decoupage DIY dressers:
Some basic tools are needed. These tools are glue, glue stick, paintbrushes, sponge paintbrush to even out the glue, scissors, and the pattern you intend to glue.
1. Carefully cut out your pattern. This will be the most time consuming process. Perhaps you plan on layering a pattern, or (Read More.....)