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I’ve decided that my dresser drawers are too plain, so I am on the hunt for a graphic print to line the drawers with. As a scrapbooker, I am much more familiar with paper as a medium, so I think I’ll stick to a paper print rather than fabric. And because I have to cover six drawers that are wider than a standard 12″ piece of scrapbook paper, I have narrowed my search to specialty gift wrap (since they generally come in sheets of 18″ x 24″ or larger).


If only there weren’t so many choices, this would go a lot faster! It’s wonderful to have a plethora of options to choose from, but making a decision is all the more difficult when I have fallen in love with 16 different prints. This is both a blessing and an obstacle, because I’m once again having a pull-the-trigger moment and am falling short.
Take a look at these pretty wrap papers, and you will understand my dilemma:
Snow & Graham
This site has me drooling over nearly every. single. one. of its prints. Before I found this site, I was thinking I would match the inside of the drawers to the accent color of the primary bedroom – turquoise – but after seeing the beautiful oranges and yellows, I’m not so sure.
Clockwise from top left:  Grace, Sola Flora, Pom Pom, Hydrangea
Clockwise from top left:  Birdies, Aster, Golden Cherry, Zinnia


While I love, love, love most of the prints on this site for other paper crafts, I didn’t find as many that I would consider good candidates for lining the dresser. That’s not to say I didn’t find a few, though!
Clockwise from top left:  Mums – Orange, Greyhounds, Linen Bird, Interlock


Erin Ruth
This etsy shop is on sale, which I may otherwise have skipped if not for the discount! We are talking about six drawers (and six sheets of paper), after all.

Clockwise from top left:  Charlotte, Tori, Alecia, Jacqueline


Wooster & Prince
Most of the prints that caught my eye from this designer would work wonderfully as pillows. I just love the exotic influences on some of the pattern and color choices.

Clockwise from top left:  Bohemia, Lattice, Artichoke, Mandala

And various other designers from sites like Paper Mojo and Paper Studio had my heart a-flutter as well.

Clockwise from top left:  Denise Lynn – Boquet, Pastachio – India, Orange Spirograph, Waste Not Paper – Wildflowers

Which ones do you like best? I have plenty of drawers, so I think I may narrow my choices down to at most three, then go from there. Maybe I’ll forgo making them matchy-matchy and mix the prints? I’m not entirely sure. But what I do know is that if I go with every piece that I like, I’ll wind up having to construct a paper display of my own – these are too pretty to store away!

Image:  Wooster and Prince


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  1. Thanks for posting these great sources for wrapping paper. There are too many nice ones to choose from! I think my fave is Birdies by Snow & Graham. Good luck choosing.

  2. Pop Pom and Hydrangea are just gorgeous! I think I'd be tempted to put them on the outside of the drawers as well.