While lamenting to my mother-in-law about having the worst time finding a desirably dresser for the baby as well as my husband she mentioned she had a dresser out in one of her sheds. Free is pretty much always the right price so my husband and I went out and looked at it.
Getting the dresser to our house from my in-laws house was a minor battle but finally, the dresser was here.
Adding something to the drawer to protect from any possible yuckies leftover was something I felt compelled to do.
First, I pulled out a bit of wrapping paper I had. This was some limited edition, retro printed wrapping paper I had to order from England. I bought rolls of it around a decade ago. You really don't get very much paper in a roll, just a couple of sheets. I sat the sheets out with some items to weight the edges before I began.
I carefully cut the wrapping paper on my cutting mat using my rotary cutter and a ruler.
Before you get down to any gluing set the piece you've cut inside the drawer to make sure it fits.
I was really going to need more wrapping paper and something that would allow me to be able to continue lining this drawer with the same paper I preferred to use.
The wrapping paper was buried in our cavernous shed. I did my best to look one day but got nowhere. Then I sent my husband in to look where I thought it might be, I have no idea how far he got but he didn't come back with any wrapping paper. A few days later, feeling full of determination I decided to dig as far as I could handle despite the freezing weather, my being dressed inappropriately for said weather, and being 9 months pregnant. The wrapping paper ended up being on the opposite side of the shed than I remember it initially being put in, but it was, of course, all the way in the back. I cleared a pathway that usually I would be able to fit into to get to the paper but wasn't able to get in. I tried using a shovel to knock down the paper and bring it closer - this too failed. Finally, I went next door and borrowed my neighbors slender daughter and she was kind enough to get it out for me and put it into my house while I put things back into the shed.
Finished measuring, cutting, and modge podging your paper into drawers and allow them a fair amount of time to properly dry.
Then you're free to just go fill up those dresser drawers!