How to Wallpaper a Nightstand

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Create a stylish nightstand using wallpaper! Not just for walls, have fun designing your own bedside table with the wallpaper of your choice.

Project Tools:
Wallpaper (
Wallpaper Paste
Wallpaper Brush
Craft Knife/Scissors
Smoothing Tool
Clear Acrylic Sealer

Step 1: Prepare your surface: clean, sand and fill in holes if necessary
Step 2: Measure and cut your wallpaper to your nightstand's dimensions
Step 3: Apply paste evenly over the top of your surface
Step 4: Adhere your wallpaper and smooth into place, carefully removing any air bubbles or air pockets that occur
Step 5: Remove any leftover paste with a sponge
Step 6: Use a clear acrylic sealer to seal and protect your surface

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