Get Organized with Laminate + a giveaway!

Oct 7

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Duck Brand®. All opinions are 100% mine.

Happy day! Kicking this week off right! Not only did I receive a new product to review and share here on the blog, I’m also sharing a giveaway with a lucky reader!

I love getting creative with new products – especially when it comes to organization. Duck Brand® has a new product, Deco Laminate, that is perfect for personalizing every day items, crafting, scrapbooking or covering/decorating smaller resurfacing projects. Deco Laminate is even compatible with a Cricut machine, if you’re lucky enough to own one.

But you know this lady. When the package arrived from Duck Brand®, organization ideas came to mind.

Duck Brand® Deco Laminate is available in 20″ x 10″ rolls and a variety of colors and prints; zebra, giraffe, multi-color polka dots, blue chevron, or wallflower. Not to mention dry erase, chalkboard and holographic designs as well…


After checking out the laminate, I knew exactly where to get creative. I’d been having an issue in my daughter’s room. The inside of her dresser drawers are scratchy…

Each time I pulled out a cotton shirt or pair of tights, the little bits of wood poking up would snag her clothing. drawer liner was on my to-do list, so this Deco Laminate was perfect for the job. But let’s talk about organizing her drawers too!

She’s 3.5 and getting more independent each day. She finally learned to use the potty a few weeks ago and now insists on dressing herself. I’m all for encouraging independence (sniff sniff), but when she picks out her clothing she tends to mess up the drawers. Since I was lining the drawers, this was the perfect time to re-organize.

Here’s where I started…

To brighten her drawers and keep the clothing snag-free, I chose the multi-color polka dots Deco Laminate…

The laminate is easy to adhere. All I did was measure out the sheets using the easy to use measurement guide on the back of the paper…

Then trim to fit using a cutting tool…

Once the Deco Laminate was cut to size, I peeled away a small portion of the backing paper and adhered it to the drawer…

Then I slowly continued peeling and adhering, making sure to smooth out any bubbles as I went. It was best to push from the middle out while doing this part…

Even if i made a mistake, the laminate came up easily and I simply started all over again. It’s very easy to use. Bright and cheerful too!….

With the drawers lined, it was time to put the clothing back inside. For this part I used a few drawer dividers found at the container store

These are spring loaded – just squeeze, put in place, and add clothes….

Love! Organized and colorful…And snag-free clothing thanks to Duck Brand® Deco Laminate…

While organizing her clothing, I spent some time sorting out what looked worn or doesn’t fit anymore. Time for some girly clothes shopping!

With my daughter’s dresser taken care of, I created a very simple yet functional message center in the kitchen using the Duck Brand® Deco Laminate dry erase paper. I was in need of a small space for keeping the school hot lunch menu, weekly homework reading logs and a place for writing phone messages. There is so little counter space in the kitchen that anytime I can use vertical space in here, I’m all over it. Using the dry erase laminate, I turned this long interior cabinet door…

Into this message center…

I just measured the interior cabinet door and cut the laminate to size. Then adhered the laminate slowly making sure to smooth out any bubbles. I opted to line the entire door so the kids could color if they like…With mommy supervision, of course!…

I added a small adhesive hook to the door too and hung a lightweight pail (from the target $1 spot) for holding dry erase markers and an eraser…

Now I have a quick spot to write phone messages, notes or even a short list for the market…

If i make a mistake, it’s easy to erase…

And make the correction…


To contain those school papers, I added a few wall pockets to the cabinet door above…

Loving this simple message center! What I really love about this product is that you can make it a temporary or permanent solution to any organization struggle…

I have several more ideas for using the Duck Brand® Deco Laminate and will share those soon! I  also found a lot of great ideas on the Duck Brand® Twitter feed! You can find them on Twitter @TheDuckBrand. But if I’ve inspired you with my 2 easy projects and you’re ready to grab some Deco Laminate of your own, how about entering my giveaway!


Duck Brand® sent me so much Deco Laminate that i had to share it with you! the winner will receive 2 rolls (and maybe a little added surprise!) in the holographic and giraffe prints!

As always, entering the giveaway is easy – Not making you jump through crazy hoops for a chance to win! Just follow the entry guidelines in the gadget below and come back in a few days to see if you’ve won! Good luck and happy organizing!!

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  1. Caits says:

    i think that giraffe pattern will go great in my soon-to-be born kiddo's room! 🙂

  2. Amanda Barg says:

    I'd be thump the to use this to create some double sided placemats for the kids as well as spruce ip some ikea shelving units or on the back of bookshelves

  3. I love the idea of using it in a child's dresser! I'm sure I will be doing that soon, even I don't win! LOL

  4. Hula Girl77 says:

    I think I would used these inside dresser drawers too. Thanks for the great ideas!

  5. I will use them to line kitchen drawers.

  6. Leigh says:

    On our kids Ikea Kura bed

  7. Liz says:

    I Would Love To Line Some Drawers, Shelves, Etc.

  8. such simple and cute ideas!

  9. I would use them to line the drawers of an old antique dresser and desk that I recently restored.

  10. Tiffany says:

    I'll use them to line kitchen drawes and pantry shelves.

  11. ilona t says:

    love your dry erase idea in the cabinet i'd do that!

  12. ~^~Amber~^~ says:

    I have 3 kids, 1 girl, and 2 boys. We just finished a new room for the boys. So now my little girl will finally have her very own room. I would love to use that on her headboard and the boys room is jungle themed so that giraffe deco would be perfect on their play table!

  13. MelissaG says:

    I love the polka dots. I will use in my daughters' dresser

  14. Linda Garcia says:

    I would love to use the poke-a-lots (as my daughter would say) in dresser drawers or chalkboard laminate to make a ilghtweight chalkboard for the living room.

  15. Karen H says:

    I love all your great organization ideas! I could use drawer liners myself.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  16. sarah says:

    The pantry or kiddos bathroom drawers!

  17. Sharon says:

    The first thing I would do would be to use your closet door organization and message center. What a great use of space.

  18. Love that dry erase idea. That would work great in my teeny-tiny kitchen! Love seeing the organized drawers too. Following your blog makes me wish we had a Container Store here in my area.

  19. angie says:

    I LOVE the look of this product!!!! I would love to win it!!

  20. Beatriz says:

    I would love to be able to organize my new home´s drawers! I loved the idea and the easy execution!

  21. I would love to line our drawers with these adorable laminates!

  22. Mitchypoo says:

    Using something pretty like this makes getting organized more fun! I can't wait to try this!

  23. I would use it in my linen closet

  24. This would be great for the shelf I have in my mudroom. It is basically pantry storage but needs a little something. Or maybe for the shelf in the laundry room…

  25. shall820 says:

    I would use it for my dresser drawers.

  26. Wendy Banner says:

    I'm moving soon, so these would be fun for new project in my future home! Thanks for the giveaway!

  27. I would organize my daughter's dresser! You've got me inspired!

  28. Crystal says:

    I would line either my kitchen cabinets or my bookshelves. Thanks for the giveaway!

  29. Kim Baca says:

    I love your idea of the message center. I have just the right place in my kitchen for the same thing. I would also redo the shelf liners in my linen closet if I were the lucky winner. Such fun happy designs.
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