Update on My Kitchen Update
Thank you for all of your input regarding my cabinet facelift! I decided to take your advice (and my daughter's advice) and I used Paper "A" - the scroll pattern.
In case you missed it, I bought four different scrapbook papers at Hobby Lobby last week and let everyone give me their opinion regarding my choices here.
Most of you selected "A," as did my daughter. I really wanted "B", but my decision was MADE for me when I got to Hobby Lobby. They were sold out of Pattern "B" (the bright green with white flowers).
This little mini-facelift cost $5.05 and took less than 30 minutes.
How is that for an economical and easy way to lift your spirits every time you grab a dish?
I papered two cupboards with the scrapbook sheets.
And double stick tape was my new best friend.
I spent a whopping 20 minutes on this project. But I am not picky about seams or anything. If you are the type who notices unmatched seams on the back of a kitchen cabinet, you might want to go with a simpler print. The pattern in this paper did not align with the edge of the adjacent sheet. Overlapping didn't make it match, either. But I don't care - just don't point it out to my hubby.
Terry at Architectural Tourist suggested I change the papers out every season. My daughter and I agree with Terry - and we are really excited about next Christmas season!
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