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It’s no secret that I have mad love for Target. I’m there at least twice a week (and that’s a busy, can’t get to the store week). Lately I have a new favorite aisle in the home section.
Have you been lately? They have some REALLY fun new products in the Devine Color line. I mean, look at those gorgeous colors! While walking down the aisle the other day I picked up a roll of the diamond wallpaper. The wallpaper is peel and stick AND repositional which made me think that there was a possibility I could manage it. I had picked up a small shelf at Target months ago to use as an inexpensive bedside table but all I did was put it together and throw it next to the bed.
If you’re shopping, don’t forget to use the Target Cartwheel app (love the scanning feature) AND Target Red Card for extra savings! I love getting the receipt and seeing my total savings add up over the year.
The shelf was a bit dark in this area and I hadn’t taken the time to get any matching baskets or do anything else with it so when I saw the wallpaper I knew exactly what I wanted to do!
I carefully pulled the back off the shelf (would have been so much easier if I would have thought of this BEFORE putting the shelf together) and carefully started applying the wallpaper.
It was very easy to apply and reposition but still stuck and stayed in place well. It was also super simple to smooth out.
Since the backing was being nailed back onto the shelf I just overlapped the edge a bit with the wallpaper.
The hardest part was pulling the back off. The wallpaper was so easy to apply and reposition if needed but it adheres well enough that I don’t worry about it coming off at all. The seams matched up perfectly!
I had picked up a few other fun things at Target and shopped around the house to finally finish up my little space next to the bed.
Another fun DIY project in the books. Onto the next!
What would you use the Devine Color wallpaper for?