I bet you’re interested now aren’t you? If you love metallic paper, you are going to love this blog post as we are going to give you plenty of project ideas you can do with your metallic paper.
Using Metallic Paper on Shoes
Are you in need of some new shoes but don’t really want to spend the money on them? Just revamp an old pair of heels. Print your metallic paper and use Mod Podge and foam sponges to glue the paper onto the shoes and add another layer of Mod Podge over the top of the paper for a shine. This is so simple and a lot cheaper than forking out for a new pair of heels.
Using Metallic Paper on a Bicycle
If your bicycle is looking a bit drab these days, give it a bit of love and give it a new style. Do the same as with the shoes and add the metallic paper to where you want it to go on the bicycle and glue it down with Mod Podge. Once dry, add another layer on top and more if it needs it.
Using Metallic Paper on Clipboards
If you have a clipboard for almost anything and everything, why not have them all matching with metallic paper. You can either go for all the same metallic colour or have different coloured metallic for each so you know what each clipboard is for.
Using Metallic Paper on Bookcases
Doing this is similar to using metallic paper for wallpaper. Use the metallic paper to add a new backing to the bookcase (not to the shelves). A small change is nice every now and again. You can either use Mod Podge or a staple gun to fix the paper onto the back of the bookcase, whichever you have or want.
Using Metallic Paper on Furniture
If you want to do something with your bland bedside tables, why not add metallic paper to the drawer doors to make the furniture more interesting. You can do this by measuring the dimensions of the drawer and cutting it out of the paper also making sure to cut where the handle will be. Simply glue the paper onto the table drawer and there you have it… a new bedside table!
Using Metallic Paper on Cabinet Door Knobs
If you don’t want to go as bold as to add metallic paper to your cabinet doors, go for the door knobs instead. It will still refresh the look of your furniture. Unscrew the door knob from the draw and use it to trace around the paper to cut out. Make sure when cutting it out of the paper to cut within the lines so there will be no overlapping paper when gluing it onto the door knobs.
Using Metallic Paper on a Table Top
This is a great idea to give surfaces of tables a bit of a refresh and to add to other home decorations. You can either cover the entire table top with the metallic paper or you can cut the metallic paper smaller than the table top so that the table top itself creates a border.
These are but a few ideas you can do with your metallic paper which you can buy on the digitalpapershop.com website. You could also decoupage your terracotta posts, vases, hangers and more. If you have some good ideas you’d like to share, please do so by leaving your comments below.