Wordless Wednesday: Contact Paper!

Last year, I covered my guided reading table with black contact paper. It used to be an ugly blue. I LOVE LOVE LOVE my table now! 🙂
Can you think of any other uses for using contact paper in the classroom? What have you covered, designed, or created? Share your ideas with me below by leaving a comment!
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  1. How did you get that on your table with no bubbles? I would LOVE to do that. I wonder if you take it off, what that would look like? In case my principal wouldn't be happy about it. I wanted to do the same to my filing cabinet, but I am scared to get in trouble! 🙂
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  2. The table looks amazing! I'd love to try using contact paper on an old whiteboard that's on one of my walls but isn't really clean enough to use maker on anymore! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I've used contact paper on my file cabinet. And- I used scrapbook paper and mod-podged it to the back of a book shelf with painting the outside of it. Gives the classroom a fresh look! LOVE the table! How did you not get bubbles? (I do have some bubbles on my file cabinet…)

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