The nursery is coming along! One piece that is in the room is a vintage tall boy dresser. Hubby painted it Lively Coral from Kelly Moore paints, and I couldn’t be more happy with it! It looks amazing against the blue walls! Final pics to come as soon as its completed, but we did come across one issue, the inside of the drawers. Because they are old, the wood is a tad rough, and I didn’t want any of Miss Charlotte’s darling clothes to get snagged!
We cleaned out the drawers really well, but I didn’t want them painted. So today I whipped up a few fabric drawer liners! Such a fun and colorful way to line your drawers with out plastic and paper, and you could use any left over or extra fabric scraps that you have.
I picked up this super cute teal mermaid fabric to go with the theme on sale at Joann’s the other day. Measure your drawer and add a 1/4″ for seam allowance. Cut two pieces of fabric and a piece of low loft batting. Place the batting on the bottom, then your first piece of fabric, print side up, then the other piece print side facing the first. Stitch with a 1/4″ seam allowance and leave an opening to turn your liner.
Turn, press, and top stitch, and there ya go! Darling and easy drawer liners!!