1. that’s me!
2. you will need mod podge and paper for this project. i used patterned scrapbooking paper.
3. don’t cut your paper to the exact size yet, just make sure you have enough.
4. put a thin layer of mod podge on the shelve. i wanted the paper to show on the lip of the shelve, so that is where i started to glue first. then i just folded the paper over the shelve and applied mod podge to the top of the shelf.
5. if you paper has patterns, line up the patterns after you have put mod podge down for the next section.
6. it took three sheets of paper to cover the shelf, but there was so extra paper on the edge.
7. take an exacto and trim the excess paper off.
8. repeat with however many patterns or colors for however many shelves you have.
the project is “some-what finished”. i still need to get the decorations and/or baskets the way i want them, but i really like the way it looks thus far! where the “desk” is under the shelves is where the baby’s changing pad is going to be. i still need to get one of those…i got time i think 🙂 hope you like the “process” because it may change every time you see it.