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Good morning my dear friends! Can you believe its 2014? I feel like 2013 just flew by, don't you? While this year have been flying by I have been hard at work and whipping up some fun and cool diy project for you. 
Are you one who lives in a stylish office but some of your accessories are getting kind of worn out?
When you live in a stylish home office there are no way you can allow your office supplies to be UN-stylish or made from the basic materials. Why not spruce up some old things and make them stylish and hip again you'll have less clutter, more chances to admire your favorite pieces, and everything within reach. 

Well my friends here is an easy breezy diy project that will help you do just that. Do you have an old file cabinet that is need of some updating? 
 
All you'll need to add to the file cabinet are spray-paint; white glue for making the decoupage mixture and some scrapbook paper of your choice and Walla easy weekend project done.



Tools and Materials:
  • wall mounted file cabinet organizer
  • Craft knife or scissors
  • Scrapbook paper or Wallpaper remnant
  • All-purpose white glue, such as Yes paste
  • Water to mix with the glue
  • Cheap paint brush to wipe the glue on
DIY Wall File Organizer How-To:

1.      Remove all dirt from the file cabinet with wet cloth
2.      Spray paint the file cabinet with spray paint of your choice
3.      Cut your scrapbook paper
4.      Mix the all-purpose glue and water together ½ glue and 25% water less water than glue.



Front and sides of the file cabinet!
File Organizer










You need a towel to wipe down the surface
White glue and water mix
Hands hard at work!
Brushing the white glue and water mix on top of the paper. Don't be afraid after it drys the white glue won't show anymore.

Hey who is that pretty girl? My baby putting in the work she helped me complete this project! Thanks baby.
And you thought it was me doing all the work! Busted!
Good job Mariah
Looking good!
Easy Breezy!

 What a difference a little spray paint and scrapbook paper makes!


Have you ever used scrapbook paper to cover and bring something back to life? Ever think you will try this? Let me know in your comments below. Until the next time
xoxo
Shinay Key

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome before and after...and beautiful little girl!!! Great job as always my friend! -Kristy

Key Interiors by Shinay said...

@Anonymous
Thanks Kristy for all your support.

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