How to Make Mon Amour Mini Dresser With Graphic 45

by PL Li

Make a mini dresser with Graphic 45 Mon Amour collection and put it on your desk, how lovely to use it for storing and displaying ink pads or accessories.

Supplies

  • Graphic Mon Amour 12x12 Paper Pad
  • Graphic 45 Mon Amour Chipboard
  • Petaloo Crochet Lace Trim - Cream
  • Petaloo Botanica Chantilly Rangeas - Sienna
  • Petaloo Botanica Blooms - Coral
  • Chipboard
  • Distress Ink
  • Flower Resin
  • Silver Cardstock
  • Punch
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Cut 4 sets of chipboard for drawers, 2pcs 7"x1", 2pcs 4-12/"x1" and 1pc 7"x4-1/2" for each set. Use connecting strips to form into shape.

    Step 2

    Cut 2pcs of 8"x2" paper to cover the front and back of each drawers.

    Step 3

    Cut 2pcs of 5-1/2"x2" paper to cover the sides of each drawer.

    Step 4

    Cut 1pc 7"x4-1/2", 2pcs of 4-1/2"x1" and 2pcs of 7"x1" to cover the inside of drawers, apply Black Soot Distress Ink before adhere. Then apply Antique Linen Distress Ink for all the edges.

    Step 5

    Cut chipboard 5pcs 7-1/4"(W)x4-3/4"(D), 1pc 7-1/4"x5"(H), 2pcs 5"x4-3/4", use connecting strips to form the shape for inserting drawers, use drawers to help position the dividers.

    Step 6

    Cut 1" strips of pattern paper to cover just the edges, apply Worn Lipstick Distress Ink.

    Step 7

    Cut 4pcs of chipboard 1-1/8"x7-3/8" and 4pcs of 1"x7", wrap with paper, adhere on the front of drawers as front board. If you would like to stop here, its fine.

    Step 8

    Cut chipboard 2pcs 5"(H)x4-3/4"(D), 2pcs 2-3/4"(W)x4-3/4" and 1pc 2-3/4"x5", use connecting strips to form the shape.

    Step 9

    Cover the boxes edges with paper, apply Distress Ink.

    Step 10

    Cut chipboard 1pcs 2-1/2"x4-3/4"(door), 1pc 2"x2-1/2"(back), 1pc 2-1/2"x4-1/2"(base) and 2pcs 4-1/2"x4-1/2"(sides), draw quarter circle on the side boards as shown, cut out.

    Step 11

    Use connecting strips to form the shape as shown.

    Step 12

    Cover the inside boxes with papers as well, if you want to make it easier, painting work too.

    Step 13

    Use a piece of scraps to connect the holder and the box.

    Step 14

    Cut chipboard 2-7/8"x5-1/8" and 2-1/2"x4-3/4", cover with paper, adhere on the front as door.

    Step 15

    Cut chipboard 2pcs 6-3/8"(W)x4-3/4"(D), 2pcs 2"(H)x4-3/4" and 1pc of 6-3/8"x2", cut holes from 1/2" for the top and one of the side pieces, use connecting strips to form into shape.

    Step 16

    Cut chipboard 1pc 6-1/4"(W)x4-5/8"(D)(base), 1pc 6-1/4"x2-1/8"(H)(front) and 4-5/8"(D)x1-3/4"(H)(side) for display drawers, but front piece with a hole of 1/2" edges, form into shape.

    Step 17

    This is how they look like for the display drawers.

    Step 18

    Cover the holes with acetate and then the display drawers with paper and silver cardstock, you can of course use paper instead of cardstock.

    Step 19

    Cover the holes with acetate and then the outside boxes with paper and cardstock as well, then the dresser is almost done.

    Step 20

    Adhere the parts together and the dresser is done, you can start decorate.

    Step 21

    Fussy cuttings, lace, flowers, punch outs and chipboard for the doors.

    Step 22

    Fussy cuttings, lace, flowers, punch outs and chipboard for the doors.

    Step 23

    Fussy cuts and flowers are perfect for hiding the gap.

    Step 24

    Fussy cuts and flowers are perfect for hiding the gap.

    Step 25

    Drawers are fit for 3x5 mini Distress Ink pads.

    Step 26

    Slide out drawers are fit for blenders and foams.

    Step 27

    Use the drawers for accessories are great as well.

    Step 28

    Displaying your favorite accessories, findings or even ATCs are perfect.