Martha Stewart Decoupage lace locker organizer

Today, my daughter starts middle school.
The one thing she has been most looking forward to, is getting her own locker.
We spent weeks looking at all of the various locker organizers, mirrors and caddy's, but she couldn't settle on one that she just loved, so we made one.
I think her decoupage lace locker organizer turned out far better than 
anything we could have found in the store!
We used the fantastic new line of Martha Stewart decoupage products
and a linen pocket bag I found on clearance at my favorite local craft store.
Lace is huge this season, which is why I loved the new Martha Stewart lace trim.
It is just gorgeous!
There is also fantastic fabric die cuts you can use 
{check back tomorrow to see how I used those}
with this great washable matte finish decoupage.
All of these Martha Stewart supplies can be found at your local Michael's.

Let's get started!
I covered my lace in a thick layer of decoupage.
You really want to saturate it since it's such a heavy material.

I pressed the lace in place on my linen pocket bag and held it down 
for a few minutes to help it adhere to the pockets.
Let your lace dry for 1-2 hours.

When it is mostly dry, apply a thin layer of decoupage over top of the lace to secure the edges.

I used a damp paper towel to remove the excess decoupage.
Let dry for 1-2 hours and repeat the process.

To cure your project, let air dry for 72 hours.
Once it's cured, your project can be machine washed on the gentle cycle.

Decoupage is such an easy way to really update the look of any plain items you have around.
This locker organizer has everything Isabella needs quickly all in one pretty little place.
And the Martha Stewart products are durable enough to last the whole year 
{and longer!}

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Check out some of the other great projects made with this great Martha Stewart decoupage collection.

disclosure: this post is a sponsored post written as part of a campaign with Blueprint social.  All opinions are 100% mine.  I don't endorse anything I don't love.

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