Save that wallpaper. Here are 5+ genius projects you don't want to miss

Wallpaper might not be as popular as it was a few decades ago, but it's still a way to brighten up your home. If you save any scraps, you can use them to decorate all sorts of things around the house.
No matter what your personal style is, you'll be able to find wallpaper that matches it because it comes in virtually every color and pattern imaginable. Keep on reading to discover five amazing DIY projects you can make with wallpaper scraps.
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How to cover a chair
If you have a chair that could use a makeover, why not give it a fresh coat of paint and cover the seat with wallpaper? It's an easy way to give a piece of furniture a new look. A chair like this would enhance almost any place in your home, but if you're feeling creative, you might want to make a whole set for your dining room table. Get the full tutorial here.
How to make wallpaper letters
This project works if you have a few different patterns of wallpaper you'd like to use, but it would be just as nice if you made all the letters with the same wallpaper. Even better, you can choose letters that are as big or as small as you'd like. What word would you spell out? Get the full tutorial here.
How to cover a journal
There's nothing nicer than a pretty journal, but you don't have to spend a ton of money to get one. Instead, pick up a plain journal from a dollar store and make it a pretty cover with wallpaper scraps. If you don't need a journal, cover an address book instead. Get the full tutorial here.
How to line drawers
Just because you don't always see the insides of your drawers doesn't mean they can't be pretty. Lining drawers with wallpaper is an efficient way to cover up any imperfections, and it will give you a fun little surprise every time you open the drawers. As a bonus, you can easily cover it with different wallpaper scraps if you ever get tired of the first pattern. Get the full tutorial here.
How to cover a clipboard
Staying organized is so much more fun when you have a gorgeous clipboard like this one. Clipboards help keep papers organized, but this one is so pretty you could easily use it to display photos. Why not make a few of these and prop them up on a bookshelf with your favorite photos attached? Get the full tutorial here.
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