Kaisercraft "Class of '87" - Chest of Drawers

Hi Everyone

I have the first project using the
Kaisercraft Class of '87 Collection to share today.

My eldest son turns 5 soon (WHERE did the time go?) and will be starting school and I thought this little Chest of Drawers from Kaisercraft would be perfect for a little desktop organiser for the new desk he will have for homework!

After a light sanding and painting all the visible edges with a couple of coats of acrylic paint I have used the papers and paper-pad for covering the surfaces

For the labels on the front I have used the Kaisercraft Flourishes Square Bookplates and the Kaisercraft Mini Alphabet Stickers

Around the base I have used some of these great strips that Kaisercraft have started adding at the bottom of all their 12x12 papers.

On the sides - I have just added some of the Reward Stickers to break up the orange!

The bits and pieces on top are just 2 plastic containers (I think they were from sprinkles!) covered in paper scraps and a cheap plastic pencil sharpener.

I am working on a few other bits and pieces using this fun collection. Like many of the Kaisercraft collections it has a lot of variety within the papers and with the 6x6 pad too - it really adds to the options!

These little drawers really are so versatile. Check out my previous versions using the Cosmo Cricket Circa 1934 and Cosmo Cricket Material Girl ranges.

If you have any questions - just leave a comment 

Lowri :-)


  1. Cute, cute cute!

    The papers look fab, the drawers look great!

  2. As with the other drawers you did, this is adorable!

  3. This is adorable!!! I love it. I'm going to share it on my crafty facebook page : )
    Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

  4. I've started the school drawers. Did you line the drawers? How did you measure/ cut the side paper to get an even trim navy border? Did you gloss over everything after gluing paper? Eager for your advice. Thanks, Jill


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