I never intended on owning so many varieties of faux stone contact paper, but whenever I see a new one I add it to my collection. Some of the patterns are so striking and retro that I just can’t leave them behind. Part of the problem is that I regularly visit what I (lovingly) call “junky” dollar stores, and they always have the best selection.
I was finally able to put my collection to good use for today’s DIY stone mirror. Adhere the contact paper to gem templates to update a plain circular mirror. I love how modern the finished product is! —Kathleen
Step 2: Cut out a piece of contact paper slightly bigger than your pattern, peel the back off, and attach onto the non-printed side of the pattern.
Step 3: Cut away the excess cardstock and contact paper. On the cutting mat, use a bone folder to crease all the fold lines on the pattern.
Step 4: Use the hot glue gun to assemble the gem.
Step 5: Repeat in different colors and gem shapes. Arrange the finished gems on the mirror.
Step 6: Use hot glue to attach the gems onto the mirror, or use tape for a more temporary method.