12 Fun DIY Projects Using Contact Paper


Here’s a little known fact: I love contact paper! I have used it for the usual things, like my kitchen shelves, but there are a lot of ways to use it to make something more awesome than a pretty shelf for your mugs. Here are 12 DIY projects all using contact paper to try and love.

  • Coasters 1 of 12
    Everybody needs more coasters, am I right?
    See more here on Shelterness.
  • Laptop Cover 2 of 12
    Make a quick little cover for your laptop. But don't cover up that apple icon!
    See more here on Fine And Feathered.
  • Photo Booth Speech Bubbles 3 of 12
    If you're in need of some photo booth props (an who of us isn't?) try these chalkboard ones out.
    See more here on Ardor.
  • Grassy Glasses 4 of 12
    Spring is almost here! Celebrate by making these grassy glasses.
    See more here on Ardor.
  • Bunting 5 of 12
    If you can find some contact paper as cool as this pattern, definitely make some bunting with it.
    See more here on The Sweetest Occasion.
  • Chalkboard Calendar 6 of 12
    I need to make one of these, badly. Cute and organized. Win, win!
    See more here on Say Yes to Hoboken.
  • Polka Dot Wall 7 of 12
    Just cut out some circles (or any other shape!) and add them to your walls! The contact paper won't hurt it. I promise.
    See more here on Project Nursery.
  • Privacy Film 8 of 12
    This is a brilliant idea. Add some custom privacy film to your windows.
    See more here on Apartment Therapy.
  • Sun-Catchers 9 of 12
    This is a great one for the kiddos. Let them add whatever shapes and colors they want and slap it up on the window. So pretty.
    See more here on Land of Nod.
  • Screen-Printing 10 of 12
    Use contact paper to screen-print! Genius, right?
    See more here on Skinny Laminx.
  • Chalkboard Table Runner 11 of 12
    A simple chalkboard talble runner. This one is for a kids party, but you can use your imagination and make one for yourself.
    See more here on Studio DIY.
  • Wall-O-Frames 12 of 12
    Because we all need a wall-o-frames! You could even try and stick actual pictures in them. Just a thought.
    See more here on IDC Designs.

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