May is turning out to be a rather hectic month. My daughter’s 3rd birthday is just around the corner, not to mention she is about to start pre-school for the first time next week. At the risk of sounding cliché, time is flying by and filled with things to do, forms to sign, and errand filled lunch breaks. Despite this, I have been busy working in the background on a few projects though at a slower pace than usual. One of these projects was resurfacing my craft table and organizing the space. Despite my best efforts, my craft room has become a cluttered nightmare of various holiday decorations, toys and kids clothes which never made their way up to the attic. I was once again determined to clean it up and work on the craft table.
This old desk top computer table had seen better days but worked well as a crafting table. Of course a table used for this purpose is going to bare the scars of crafting, but I had a lot of left over fabric from an old bed skirt that I had used for a few previous projects. The pattern and color scheme also happened to match the room nicely. I cut two pieces of fabric to fit over the table surface. I applied Mod Podge generously with a foam craft brush. I carefully applied the fabric to the table surface creating a seam to connect the two pieces together. I then applied Mod Podge to the top of the fabric.
I applied several layers of Mod Podge allowing it to dry clear between coats. I painted the areas I could not decoupage black. Once it was dry it created a workable surface that was much more attractive than before.
Table Before and After
Craft Room Shot featuring “On The Upcycle” Projects
Getting better with organization Lets hope I can keep it that way-Finally!