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
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I love this post! What a great idea! I have a few shelves that would look great with this. Thanks!
I want to point out how much I LOVE your whale pitcher. So cute.
Very classy and chic !!
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!
Omg what a genius idea! I totally just pinned this!!
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!
very nice, where did you get that wale jug?? it’s so cute!
Thanks Joanna! It’s from Jonathan Adler.
What a cute idea! So much easier than painting! And that whale jug is to die for!
Thanks Annie! It was a wedding gift, and it’s one of our faves — Jonathan Adler has such amazing stuff.
Did it on my wardrobe, and it’s A-M-A-Z-I-N
Yay Carol! Would love to see photos!
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!
Where did you get that great silver cart? The chevron really makes it look amazing.