Slide 6: DIY Contact Paper Labels


Sew Many Ways...

Using a stencil, cut chalkboard contact paper into geometric shapes, then use them to label things around the home. The labels look great on these silver pails that can be used to store school supplies or help organize a laundry room. Use this same method to label spices, gifts, bulk snacks, or anything else you need to keep track of!

13 Unexpected Ways to Use Contact Paper Around the House

Contact paper has long been the stuff of mothers' old cabinet drawers. Today, adhesive paper has firmly rolled into the 21st century with a wide variety of eye-catching modern patterns and colors. It's even available in a chalkboard finish that can turn nearly any flat surface into a blank slate. Contact paper can be a true ally when it comes to DIY decor, because it's easy to work with, affordable, durable, and simple to clean, with most styles requiring just a wipe with a damp cloth. Here are 13 ways to use versatile contact paper to decorate everything from books to countertops.

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