35 DIY Projects Using Contact Paper. Mac Users Will Love #10.

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Use temporary contact paper to create a triangle accent wall.

Until today, I've had nothing but traumatizing memories of contact paper. As far as I was concerned, contact paper was the terribly sticky substance used to cover your textbooks to protect them throughout the year. It never went on right, it never looked right, and it was never, ever, fun to use.

Now, elementary school students use fun stretchy microfiber covers, and contact paper is used for a much better purpose: As the main ingredient in a bunch of fun DIY projects. Below, we've put together a list of 35 amazing things you can create with a lot of contact paper and a little patience: Remember, even though these projects are much more fun than covering books, the stuff is still a little bit tricky to work with. Hopefully one of these projects will inspire you to take the challenge.


Upcycled Treasures

Fake some stainless steel in your kitchen with this DIY.

Julie Blanner

Fashion yourself a privacy window from contact paper.

Thrifty Fun

Stick down some cute fridge mats so your shelves don't get dirty.

The Grant Life

Follow this DIY for an awesome copper buffet for your next dinner party.

Carol and Dellie

Add some "tile" to your fireplace.

Almost Makes Perfect

Use copper contact paper to create phony copper salad tongs.

Almost Makes Perfect

Faux marble a table or counter top.

Poppy Talk

Get creative with removable vinyl wallpaper using contact paper.

Instructables

Marble your Macbook.

Stelly Treats

Or turn it into wood.

Baking Bird

DIY a faux wood grain mouse pad.

Petite Apartment

Get intricate with a flower petal stained glass door.

Artful Parent

Wrap salt and pepper shakers in copper and metal contact paper.

Brit

Make yourself an awesome birthday cup using contact paper.

Camille Styles

Trick out your drawers with colorful contact paper.

Bright Bold Beautiful

Fold up some marbled contact paper envelopes.

Fall For DIY

Creatively decorate the front of a dresser.

My Sweet Savannah

Make an easy, inspirational sign for your home.

Saved by Love Creations

Use bright floral contact paper to create a table for your children.

Milk and Mascara

Add some stripes to your wall.

City Farmhouse

DIY an awesome bookshelf.

Redoux Interiors

Add a little pizzazz to your backsplash.

Remodelaholic

DIY nesting tables with marbled contact paper.

Splendor In Spanglish

Divide your rooms with one of these bad boys.

Apartment Therapy

Use contact paper to add interest to your kitchen cabinets.

Design Sponge

Or spice up the bathroom walls.

The Sits Girls

Try out some DIY screen printing with an embroidery hoop, contact paper, and a credit card.

Skinny la Minx

Take your ceiling fan to the next level.

Mod Podge Rocks

Try making one of these shabby chic mail organizers.

Simply Belle

Get hip to the trends with this contact paper chevron wall.

Sabbes Spot

Make chalkboard labels for the pantry.

Shanty2 Chic

DIY an adorable pen, pencil, marker organizer.

Homed It

Add contact paper designs to some decorative mirrors.

Knock Off Decor

Use contact paper for labeling your cool storage solutions.

Shanty 2 Chic