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Hi! It’s Melanie from It Happens in a Blink. A few weeks ago, I helped style a Locker with LockerLookz products. I not only had a lot of fun, but I also had one of those “Where have you been all my life?” scenarios. I’m way to old for middle school or high school, but I adored the cuteness of the LockerLookz accessories. I totally would have rocked them back in the day! So maybe I have a few too many years to bling out a locker, but it dawned on me that I can spruce up my boring pantry.
Let me preface this by saying that my pantry is in a cave. Okay, not really, but my pantry is in a low lit area of the kitchen and, in spite of being a nice sized pantry, there is no internal lighting which makes it hard to get great photos. On the flip side, this also means that I’m loving the addition of the chandelier inside my DIY pantry.
To bling out your own space– a pantry, cabinet, craft area, kids’ space, or anything else– start with the following items.
Supplies needed to created your own blinged out DIY pantry:
- LockerLookz Products. There are numerous colors and styles from which to choose.
- Assorted Command Strips. The LockerLookz products are magnetic, which really doesn’t work in a pantry. Command strips are an easy way to hang the paper and attach the accessories.
Unroll the LockerLookz wallpaper and cut it to fit the walls of your space. Allow room to match the patterns in the paper if the paper does not completely cover the wall area with one piece. Following the instructions on the back of the Command Strips, attach the wallpaper to the wall. The tricky part is matching up the designs. Take your time until the patterns in the paper are lined up.
BONUS: All LockerLookz products are now 30% off! Hurry, ends August 31, 2014.
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Sarah is the Marketing & Social Media Coordinator for ConsumerCrafts.com. She is new to the craft/DIY world and discovered a love for it after joining the company. Sarah is a dessert addict, animal lover, a bit of a perfectionist, and obsessed with trying new Pinterest recipes.