Supplies you will need:
Crib sheet that coordinates with bedding
Unfinished drawer pulls
Paint or stain
Begin by cutting along the seams and elastic of your sheet so you have a flat surface to work with. Then, iron your sheet.
Measure the top of your drawer pulls and cut circles out of your fabric accordingly. I used my Nestabilities and die cutter, but you can use a stencil or whatever works to cut out your circle.
Paint your drawer pulls and let them dry completely before using the Modge Podge on them.
Add a coat of Mod Podge to your drawer pulls and lay down your fabric circle. I use my finger to smooth it down. Then, add another coat of Mod Podge over the top and let it dry.
When the first coat is dry, use a paint pen to add dots or embellishments to your drawer pull.
Let the paint dry for a few minutes. Then, add one or more coats of Mod Podge until you are happy with the finish. I ended up with about 3 coats. I also added an initial to one of the drawer pulls by Mod Podge on a Z that I cut using my die cutter.