diy chevron contact paper

When a recent search for chevron contact paper came up fruitless, I decided to take matters into my own hands.  Wanna do the same?  All you need is one roll each of black and white contact paper, a ruler, scissors, and a sharpie.  Then, here’s what you do.


BAM.  Instant chevron contact paper, made with your own two sweet little hands.  Call it couture contact paper, if you will.  I definitely will.  xoxo


16 comments

  1. katie on said:

    I love this post! What a great idea! I have a few shelves that would look great with this. Thanks!

  2. emily on said:

    I want to point out how much I LOVE your whale pitcher. So cute.

  3. Lissie on said:

    Very classy and chic !!

  4. Lisa on said:

    OMG! So cool! This idea has soooo many possibilities and applications! Thank you for the tute! And, yes, that whale pitcher is to die for! Details, please!

  5. autumn on said:

    absolutely adorable!

  6. Jeni on said:

    So glad I found your page – namely this post! I am a new fan for sure – and can’t wait to try this for the inside of a table I just refinished!

  7. Joanna on said:

    very nice, where did you get that wale jug?? it’s so cute!

    • chelsea on said:

      Thanks Joanna! It’s from Jonathan Adler.

  8. annie on said:

    What a cute idea! So much easier than painting! And that whale jug is to die for!

    • chelsea on said:

      Thanks Annie! It was a wedding gift, and it’s one of our faves — Jonathan Adler has such amazing stuff.

  9. Carol on said:

    Did it on my wardrobe, and it’s A-M-A-Z-I-N

    Thank You!!!!

    • chelsea on said:

      Yay Carol! Would love to see photos!

  10. Haley on said:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’ve been searching for chevron wall paper for so long that was any other colour besides grey – now I can just make my own. Hooray!

  11. Erin on said:

    Where did you get that great silver cart? The chevron really makes it look amazing.

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