1. Choose your paper- make it fun! 2. Measure the area where your paper is going to go and use a paper cutter for straight edges. 3. Once you have the size you need, apply the Mod Podge to the back of the paper and position it where you want it on the surface (I chose matte-medium because I didn't want super-glossy cabinets, but you can use whichever suits your project). When you have the paper placed, give it a little time to dry underneath and then apply a coat on top of the paper, let dry, and repeat. You can put as many layers of decoupage medium as desired.
Tip: If you get some air bubbles in your paper while the Mod Podge is drying, take a small pin or thumbtack and lightly poke the bubble and pat to get the air out.
4. Enjoy your new cabinets! Remember that Mod Podge IS water-soluble so you may want to apply a sealant to the top once everything is completely dry. But if not, this means that you can change the themes when you get tired of the pattern or if it gets icky. Now I am on the hunt for the perfect knobs to go with my new funky kitchen!
As always, Mr. Jasper is on hand to help...
I hope you will try this technique on something in your home! It's so easy and the results make for a personalized touch to your space- and a great conversation starter. Have a great day!