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DIY 12 things to do with CONTACT PAPER

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I love contact paper! There are so many different things you can make using it. Here are just 12 DIY projects to enjoy with contact paper.

Tape sticky backed clear plastic onto a table, sticky side up; add found objects, another piece of plastic on top, thread to hang,

Tape sticky backed clear plastic onto a table, sticky side up; add found objects, another piece of plastic on top, thread to hang,

Stained art. First, cut up tissue paper into small squares and some strips of black card to create the grid with. I also put a piece of sticky back plastic with sticky tape onto the table in front of his seat. Have your child stick pieces of colored paper within the lines. When he had “finished” we stuck another piece of sticky back plastic on top of the picture and smoothed it out.

Mondrian Inspired Suncatcher for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Explore the artist Mondrian with toddlers and preschoolers, recommended books aimed at this age group, plus a creative project inspired by his latest work

Paint a blank canvas, apply sticky backed plastic heart, water down some left over water based paint and place in the middle of the heart. Using a drinking straw....blow the paint from the centre of the heart to the edge of the canvas. Remove the plastic heart while the paint is still wet and allow it to bleed back into the heart shape. Leave to dry and hang on your wall

Paint a blank canvas, apply sticky backed plastic heart, water down some left over water based paint and place in the middle of the heart. Using a drinking straw....blow the paint from the centre of the heart to the edge of the canvas. Remove the plastic heart while the paint is still wet and allow it to bleed back into the heart shape. Leave to dry and hang on your wall

I turned an old shoe box into a pretty piece of storage by covering it in magazine cut-outs and sticky back plastic

I turned an old shoe box into a pretty piece of storage by covering it in magazine cut-outs and sticky back plastic

Original Pinner says: "V - vocabulary.  My wow word wall - brick wallpaper with sticky back plastic over it, so whiteboard pens can be used to write on the wall." Love it!

Original Pinner says: "V - vocabulary. My wow word wall - brick wallpaper with sticky back plastic over it, so whiteboard pens can be used to write on the wall." Love it!

Sticky backed plastic taped to the floor-sticky side up- lots of scrap paper- little tots will love sticking bits and bobs to the plastic and it is fairly mess free!! Once finished stick another sheet on top for stained glass effect!!

Sticky backed plastic taped to the floor-sticky side up- lots of scrap paper- little tots will love sticking bits and bobs to the plastic and it is fairly mess free!! Once finished stick another sheet on top for stained glass effect!!

Learn with Play at home: 15 MORE fun Activities with Contact Paper! Aka sticky back plastic

15 MORE fun Activities with Contact Paper!

A play based learning blog full of activities and ideas for kids

Number sorting using 'contact' (sticky backed plastic) attached sticky-side-out to the wall

Number sorting using 'contact' (sticky backed plastic) attached sticky-side-out to the wall

sticky back plastic flowers - ?Mothers Day

Mother's Day Craft for Kids to Make: Tissue Paper Flowers

Have a little fun making some tissue paper flowers! Make two different types of tissue paper flowers with the kids as a Mother's Day craft!

Stick mirror sticky back plastic to old or drawn on wooden blocks to give them a second life

Stick mirror sticky back plastic to old or drawn on wooden blocks to give them a second life

Decorated Tissue Box - using sticky backed plastic

Tissue Box Makeover Tutorial

This post is to show you how to turn a plain cardboard tissue box into a box more easy on the eye. I have seen some special boxes which you can place over your tissue boxes but they can be a bit expensive and not always the same size as your brand of tissues. So I decided to give my box a makeover. Here is my tutorial on how I did this. Requirements Tissue Box Scissors Sticky Backed plastic Instructions Step 1: Cut a slit at the bottom of the tissue box - now remove your tissues in one go…

DIY light covers (this uses mod podge aka diluted PVA glue, but could also use sticky backed plastic)

Light Switch Covers

My sister's kids were each given one of these light switch covers for their birthdays from their church leaders. Aren't they so cute? They are to help the kids remember to say their bedtime prayers

Could start with any outline shape, tree as here, geometric or doodled patterns, etc, then add tissue paper pieces - could also add sequins &/or solid paper shapes eg leaves on a tree outline...make into window art, bookmarks (laminate or cover with sticky back plastic)...

Nadine Gay