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Hanging Butcher Paper on Wooden Cabinet Doors
Old 07-14-2019, 05:28 PM
 
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How? I'm thinking rubber cement, but I want to hear if people have done this. We aren't supposed to use hot glue in my building anymore, and I think that these cabinet doors would NOT hold well with hot glue. Someone said she uses white glue, but I don't see that it could be strong enough.


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What about just using contact paper? The stuff that is sticky on one side. I've even bought it at the dollar store.
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I'm doing contact paper and it is much easier than I thought it would be!!
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I'm wanting to do this as cheaply as possible. I'm using the school's butcher paper.
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Would you be able to fold the paper over the top and bottom then staple it into place? The staples wouldn't be visible.

Another possibility would be to use painter's tape on the doors then use double sided tape to attach the paper to the painter's tape. You might even be able to hot glue it to the painter's tape. That would prevent any damage to the door. When it comes time to replace it just remove the painter's tape. However you might want to try it out in an inconspicuous place on the door first. But I think it would work.


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I agree with RetiredKat. That's what I would try first. Frog tape is my new fave painter's tape. How weird am I that I have a "favorite painter's tape"??
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That sounds pretty "crafty" of you.
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Old 07-15-2019, 07:20 AM
 
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How about spray adhesive?

I used masking tape and packing tap one year on wood cabinets. It held fine.
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I use rubber cement for adhering things to my cabinets in my rooms and it works REALLY well
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That sounds pretty "crafty" of you.
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Easy hanging
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Use painter's tape on the cabinet doors and then put the hot glue on the tape. You can then hang your paper. It is also easy to change the paper this way since all you need to do is remove the tape and re-do the process.
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