We found this old dresser at a re-sale shop, painted stripes on it, then added bold flowers to give it a burst of color.
Remove the drawer pulls and hardware from the dresser. Hand sand or use a palm sander with fine-grit sandpaper (going with the grain) to remove the dresser's top layer of finish.
Use steel wool to get in the corners and details. Wipe down the dresser with a tack rag to remove all the dust and dirt. Let it dry thoroughly.
Carefully remove the painter's tape. Then apply tape to the dresser for the second color.
If necessary, fix and touch up around the edges of each color with a small paintbrush.
Cut out the pattern from the wrapping paper. Use decoupage glue to adhere the paper onto the dresser. Spread the decoupage glue on both the bottom and top of the paper. Make sure there are no edges sticking up. Let it dry completely.
Put the handles and hardware back on the dresser.