I searched the internet for some patterns and I found this one:
So off to Target I went, purchased two rolls, and came back home to start my little project. First, I took everything out of the pantry and wiped it down with some cleaner. I made sure that any little crumbs were gone and that the shelves were clean. It looks like there was some previous water damage- maybe that's why they were lined, but it seems to be just water spots and no deterioration of the actual shelf, so I let it go.
There were directions on the rolls tho help make putting on the liner easier. I used those as a guide and went to work. First, I measured the length and width of a shelf. They are all the same, so I only needed to measure once. Then I measured out the liner and cut five pieces, one for each shelf. I had to cut a 3 inch by 1/2 inch section off two of the bottom corners of the liner to overlap the part of the shelf that holds it up.
Then I cut half of the paper backing, rolled/folded the liner in half, and placed on the shelf. I slowly rolled it, pulling off the rest of the back as I moved the roll. I was careful not to leave any bubbles in the liner. However, the directions said you could pierce it with a pin if you got some air bubbles.
I continued this procedure until all five shelves were complete. The new look is fabulous !!
On a side note, I grabbed some bins from Target while I was there and reorganized the pantry a bit:
Cute, huh? It's amazing what shelf liner and some baskets can do to a pantry.
What does your pantry look like? Organized with bins? Containers? Wire shelves?
Now you can Do It Yourself Too!