What has homemade chalk paint and fabric on top?
Well it’s something that my Newbie in The Spotlight did!
Meet Laura from
She did something that I’ve been thinking about doing!
She used Mod Podge to attach fabric to a dresser!
She also has a tip that I needed to know about, go see what she said 🙂
I love the color of paint that she used!
She also created this awesome outdoor space (she had a little help).
Laura, please grab the Newbie in The Spotlight Button and put it on your sidebar:
Please go visit Laura and the other Newbies in the Spotlight!
and remember if you’re a newbie,
link up each week at Debbiedoo’s Newbie Party so we can find you!
7 thoughts on “Fabric on Top”
How cute Debbie! How did I miss her. Now I must go over and say congrats and thanks for joining me. Thanks Debbie for the spotlight!
I love the pick Debbie!! That dresser is so cute and the fabric is totally FUN 🙂
Great pick Debbie!! Those are some awesome projects and I’m going to hop over and visit her! 🙂
I’m so flattered to be in the spotlight! Although I prefer to be seen by candlelight – it hides so many imperfections 🙂 Thanks for this opportunity and for the positive comments.
I think a person could make some great “fabric” mementos with this technique, using items of fabric near and dear to the heart in a whole new display way. Makes my wheels turn…
I just bought that fabulous fabric to create an apron for my best friends birthday! She picked a great choice, great post title, and love the project.
What a cute dresser! The fabric suits the lines of the dresser perfectly!
Thanks for sharing, Debbie!