Supplies you will need:
4 matchboxes (same sizes)
Pretty Paper or Adhesive Paper
Stick of Glue
Strong glue for legs and handles (I use Bond 527)
Step 1: Paint
Paint your matchboxes. I paint the whole thing inside and out and the drawers. Use thin layers 3-4 coats so the matchbox does not loose its shape from being drenched in paint. Let dry between coats.
When completely dry put the drawers back inside the slides. This is very important when starting Step 3 otherwise you will have a hard time attaching the boxes.
Use your stick glue and apply all over one side of a matchbox. Take another matchbox and stack it ontop of the glue. Hold together and make sure all sides are flush with one another. If you don't you will have an uneven drawer. Glue the 2nd matchbox and stick #3 ontop and keep going until all matchboxes are stacked and flush with one another.
After I have put the matchboxes together I sit them aside with something heavy ontop for about 20 minutes to allow the glue to dry completely.
Trace the length of your box on the backside of your paper. Then cut the paper.
Take your stick glue and put it all over the back of your paper.
Wrap your matchboxes with the paper and press firmly but delicately to make sure you do not unloosen the boxes. Let dry for about 5 minutes.
Step 8: Handles
Using your strong glue dab a small amount into a container dab the bead into the glue. Attach it to the middle of the drawer. Continue this will all beads putting them in a row.
Step 9: Legs
Using your strong glue also dab a small amount onto your bead or wood piece. Attach to the bottom left top. Continue this with all the legs attaching them on each corner of the bottom.
Let dry for aslong as the glue recommends.
You are done and now have yourself a matchbox drawer! I suggest that you push the drawers from the back so that you don't pull the beads off. And don't forget to filler up :D