Contact paper Sentence Examples
Turn your favorite finger paint pictures into washable place mats by laminating them with clear contact paper.
Decorating with contact paper is an affordable way to turn every day items into eye catching room accents.
With a little creativity, a roll of contact paper can go a long way!
Since contact paper comes in different colors and textures, it makes it the perfect medium for decorating and covering shelves, jars, boxes, countertops and other objects.
One cute way of decorating with contact paper is to create a bistro style menu board out of chalkboard contact paper.Advertisement
Cut the contact paper 1/2 inch longer and wider than the cardboard.
Place the edge of the contact paper at the top edge of the cardboard.
Lay out a sheet of contact paper with the backing still attached.
Always apply contact paper to a clean, dry surface.
Don't apply contact paper over a bumpy surface, like over old paint.Advertisement
Use sandpaper to smooth a surface before applying contact paper.
To keep your contact paper from peeling up, apply it correctly.
If the font or phrase that you want gets pricey in a custom printing, consider making your own quote stickers from contact paper.
Select a thin, vinyl contact paper in the color or pattern of your choice.
Trace the letters of the quote onto the contact paper and cut them out as carefully as possible.Advertisement
Apply the contact paper to the wall for a custom, instant wall quote in your favorite phrase.
Cover the photos with transparent contact paper.
Seal the game board between two pieces of laminate paper or clear contact paper to keep it clean and neat.
Use a sheet of clear contact paper or laminate paper to seal your game board inside.
Take the backing off of a piece of white or light colored contact paper with the sticky side up.Advertisement
Have the kids arrange the cut-out pictures in a pattern of their choosing, using up all the space on the contact paper in the process.
If you are bothered by their appearance, cover them with decorative contact paper.
A transfer stencil allows you to draw your design on paper, before using contact paper to transfer the design outline onto the skin.
To make your paper dolls more durable, try laminating them with clear plastic contact paper.
When you're finished, have it laminated or seal it with clear contact paper to use as a sturdy placemat.Advertisement
Laminate the cards for extra durability by covering them in clear contact paper.
Pull the carbon paper and the pattern away, leaving only the contact paper on the glass.
Cut all of the solid shapes out of your pattern, which is now on the contact paper.
Pull the contact paper off and admire your handiwork.
For a simple etching design, you can create a custom stencil with a craft knife and contact paper.
To do this, simply trace your design onto the contact paper and cut out the areas where you want the etching cream to touch the glass.
If desired, cover the bookmark in clear contact paper to make it more durable.
To make the placemats more durable, have them laminated at a local copy shop or cover them with clear contact paper.