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What you will need:

Empty Drawer
Mod Podge or another all purpose glue
Iron
Fabric
Sturdy cardboard / paper
Ruler


Step 1:
With you drawer emptied, flip over so the open space is face down on a level flat surface. Using your paper, align with the inside of the drawer. With a ruler in hand measure the excess that needs to be cut.

Trim excess, the paper should now line up with the inside of the drawer shelf.



 Step 2:
Set drawer and paper aside. If need be iron out your fabric of choice, this will ensure a clean and smooth surface once applied.


 Step 3:

Once fabric is ironed, take your pre-cut paper and cut off any excess fabric that may hang over, leaving
about 1/2 inch to fold over the back.


Apply Mod Podge to paper and flip over on the fabric.  With hands, or a flat object smooth out so there are no air bubbles or lumps.


Step 4:

There should be the 1/2 inch of extra fabric that has yet to be attached.
In all four corners, cut out a half inch square. 

Using your Mod Podge again apply a light layer of glue to the paper and fold over your fabric.
(They will over-lap in a box pattern.)



Step 5:

Allow the drawer sleeve to air dry before placing into drawer. This can vary depending on where you place it.



Step 6:

De-clutter and re-organize. The drawer sleeve provides a clean space to store pretty much anything you want.

Happy Spring Cleaning!

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