I can’t wait for you to see these adorable DIY shelf liners, created out of the cutest vintage sled gift wrap in this old pine antique hutch.
So we’ve been in a bit of a chaotic state around here lately. Seriously we just finished painting almost our entire home’s interior, and it’s the holiday season to boot! Cleaning, putting everything back in its place, purging what I don’t want to keep, well, I’m sure you can imagine…
So as I was moving this small antique hutch into our dining room space, to repurpose it into our new glassware storage space, Sara Fitz’s new Sled Gift Wrap arrived in the mail.
Eeeek! It’s absolutely adorable.
I instantly thought how cute would this vintage sled gift wrap be as shelf liners for the glassware in this old antique hutch.
The Sara Fitz gift wrap rolls come with 3 sheets of gift-wrapping paper and were just the perfect size to cut and fit onto this old pine hutch shelving.
All the supplies needed for this little project were:
- 2 Sheets of Sara Fitz’s Sled Gift Wrap
- Tape Measure
- Masking Tape
I measured my shelving and then cut the gift wrap to fit my old pine hutch’s shelving, creating my very own vintage sled shelf liners.
You may also enjoy How to Decorate Bookshelves for a Vintage Christmas.
To keep the gift wrap from rolling up on the shelving, I simply secured the gift wrap with masking tape.
Oh, and you may really like making these Dishy Kitchen Hooks You Can DIY in Minutes, too.
Every time I go to get a glass now, these little sleds make me smile.
Such a fun and simple little decorating pleasure that I hope you enjoy.
You may also enjoy the How to Use Rolling Pins as Bakers Pantry Door Handles post using this same cupboard.
You may enjoy seeing this hutch before when I first found it and used it as a TV hutch in our sunroom in the post, Antique Pine TV Cupboard.
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I’ve created the above custom pin just for this post!
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