Here's the drawers before:
I started out by taking a bowl of hot soapy water mixed with white vinegar and a clean rag and using plenty of elbow grease, and started wiping all of the drawers down. Most of the "yucky-ness" came off, but they still looked pretty dingy to me.
I found two rolls of wrapping paper in the dollar store (SCORE!) that I thought were pretty and went well with her light colored desk. It's a soft silver and white striped paper that I thought was really pretty and looked really clean and bright.
I started out by unrolling the wrapping paper and marking it to the size of the bottom of the drawer.
Well this was a bit wrinkly and not very pretty looking at all but I was trying to do this one handed to take this picture. Work with me here! :)
Then I cut the paper to size, making sure the piece went all the way to the sides.
Then using my hot glue gun, I put some glue in the middle, and a dab of glue in each corner.
I took the roll or wrapping paper and marking each piece, I cut a piece to fit each side, having a little extra to cover the top edges as well.
Whatever over hang was left, I just trimmed off.
I repeated this step on both sides and the back of the drawer, but I didn't do the front of the drawer because I actually had painted that white.
Here it is all finished and so beeeeee-autiful.
And there you have it. Cute lined drawers for $2. The paper hasn't ripped or has shown any wear at all. It actually holds up really well! And the beauty part of it is, is that when it does become a little worn, or I find another pattern that I think would look a little cuter, I can just simply rip this off and start again.
And that's a wrap!