DIY projects using marble contact paper to patterned contact paper and everything in between
When you think of contact paper my guess is that you do not think of these amazing DIY projects all done with contact paper. This self-adhesive paper has come a long way. From simple crafts to completely updating your kitchen, you will want to check these projects out!
DIY Projects Using Contact Paper
Now when you think of contact paper you may think of the old peel and stick varieties that were always peeled up in your grandma's shelves. However, now contact papers or "peel and stick" papers come in a variety of patterns and finishes. Here are DIY projects that you won't believe are done using contact paper.
You won't believe how awesome this countertop makeover came out using granite looking contact paper. We honestly can't even get over how nice the edges of the countertops look. You would think it is real granite!
Another great idea of how contact paper can easily help to redo parts of your home. And erasable contact paper in your work area is another brilliant contact paper makeover idea. Write lists and ideas right on your cabinets!
Using this fun geometric contact paper to makeover a file cabinet was an inexpensive way to makeover a boring file cabinet. We just love how clean and modern it looks now and really adds to the eclectic home office.
We can't get over how awesome this desk makeover looks. Even looking at the close-up pictures, it is hard to tell that it is marble contact paper. I am sure the quality of the contact paper really matters for a desk makeover like this!
Create your own blackboard labels using contact paper and chalkboard paint. We may have to start labeling everything around here! If you don't like the idea of making your own, you can always purchase chalkboard contact paper and save a step!
Keep your little ones entertained with this easy rainbow craft using clear contact paper. Such a great idea to use black construction paper to keep the rainbow suncatcher looking neat...even if a toddler creates it!
Hello! My name is Erin and I am a DIY nut. Currently, I live in Ohio with my beautiful family. My husband and I love making our house a home through DIY projects. I hope this site inspires you to become a DIY nut!