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Mod Podge Map Dresser

I admit when I found this awesome map, I had no idea what I was going to do with it.

Until I came across the flattest piece of furniture that I had ever seen πŸ™‚Mod Podge Map dresser

The perfect map joined together with the flattest dresser πŸ™‚
A match made in Mod Podge heaven!

Combos like this don’t come around that often!

Have you found any perfect matches?

Sharing: Β Between Naps on the Porch, Miss Mustard Seed


  1. What a fun dresser! Great use for that map.

  2. great idea!! that turned out great!

  3. You go go go girl. this is fantastic.

  4. What a great combo! That is a huge map πŸ™‚ It sure fit well!!

  5. o yes I need a dresser like this…I have some over sized maps too…that I want to …..thanks for inspirations…just need to find the dresser…tomorrow I am doing a one day one day of 50% off some of my stuff…i need room for what I have in the garage and the up stairs where I sell….has filled up with vendors…no room for me in some ways….I made so much space for my boss she got so many new vendors….love love love what your do and think again this will sell fast…

  6. This dresser is so fantastic, besides getting pinned I have one word for it……”AWESOME”.


  7. Debbie,
    Yes indeed…this is a perfect match!!! Looks outstanding and I am sure it will go fast. I really need to try doing something like this. Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.


  8. I have a flat dresser in the girls room that really needs some spunk! I was thinking maybe modpodge with scrapbook paper would be nice…but I have never used modpodge…I might do it this time! the map looks really awesome!

  9. Now I want to make one!
    I’ll put that on my long list of “to dos”
    Thanks for sharing! Always love your stuff,

  10. What a neat idea! I used to have two dressers just like that…wish I had one of them back now! πŸ˜‰

  11. Debbie … you are amazing! That is one incredibly “mod-lodged” dresser. Are you beyond thrilled with how it turned out? I know I would be!

  12. Love the combo! The colors of your map are so pretty and together with the dresser it’s fabulous.

  13. Debbie, this is just gorgeous. You turned a ho-hum dresser into something fabulous.

    I always forget to Mod Podge. Now you have me inspired.


  14. Awesome. It turned out amazing!

  15. This is fantastic Debbie! I just love it! πŸ™‚

  16. Love this project, Debbie! My partner tried this on a dresser, but the edges of the drawers had some curvature that she just couldn’t navigate successfully with the map and mod podge. Your dresser was the perfect choice!
    Hope you and yours have a very happy Thanksgiving!
    xo Heidi

  17. Debbie,

    What a great idea! I love how you continued the detail of the map!

    Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving!

  18. Debbie,

    That is such an amazing project! Now I’ll forever be in search for amazing maps and flat-fronted dressers!

    Hope you have a fantastic Thanksgiving!



  19. Love this! I have a blah Ikea dresser that needs something and this might be what it needs. Now I just need to figure out what to put on the drawers. Oh just love this.

  20. I really love it AND I have a map. What a fun piece. Jo @ Let’s Face the Music

  21. this is seriously brilliant. i would never know this dresser started out looking so humble!

    hope you’ll have a moment to stop by, and i’m hosting a giveaway as well today:

    peace to you.


  22. I have some charts like that my dh was going to get rid of (I snagged them of course!). I hope to MP to a desk top someday – never thought of drawer fronts, brilliant! I’m wondering what paint you used?

  23. As I perused Pinterest today, I came across your dresser. I immediately recognized the geography of the map you used! It’s my home, Hilton Head, SC and the surrounding waters and mainland. How delightful! What a fun project!

  24. I am new to the modge podge seen, but I love doing it. I just had a question for you. I’m assuming the map was big enough to cover the dresser, but what if I have say a picture of a flower that’s approximately 8″ x 11″ and I want it to fit on an entire dresser. How would I do that? I’m assuming I would have to take it to somewhere like Office Depot to have it blown up, but not sure. I know my home printer couldn’t do that because it don’t take paper larger than an 8x 11. Please advise….Thanks a bunch.

    • Yes, you’d have to measure your dresser and go to a pro-printer to see if the size is available. Good Luck! When you’re finished with your project, share it on our FB page, refreshrestyle

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