Pick up some marble contact paper from the dollar store and copy this viral DIY project

Are you always on the look-out for elegant-looking things that don't cost much money? If the answer is yes, then marble contact paper is going to be your new best friend. It's luxurious-looking, fairly inexpensive and easy to use – the perfect combination.
Marble isn't just for counter tops. It enhances everything from lamps to clocks to utensil handles.
Marble and copper notebook (h/t The Lovely Drawer)
Marble, copper and geometric paper clips. Could there be a better combination? If you love stationary, these notebooks are a must-have. They would be cute even without the copper binding.
Succulent planter
No one would ever guess that this adorable little succulent planter wasn't made of real marble. Build a wooden planter from scratch if you want it to fit specific measurements, but you could just as easily use marble contact paper to cover an old planter you don't like anymore.
Elegant bed tray
Few things are more luxurious than a marble bed tray. Real marble is too expensive and heavy to work for a bed table, but this faux marble version is simply perfect.
Marbled utensil holder (h/t A Beautiful Mess)
If marble-handled utensils aren't your style, why not make a marble utensil holder instead? This is easy to make, and it could double as a cute vase or table centerpiece.
Marbled lamp (h/t Homey Oh My)
What a clever way to spruce up an old lamp. Lamps such as these cost a pretty penny in high-end decor stores, but you can make a version like this for next to nothing. Best of all, it's easy to peel off the contact paper if you get tired of the lamp's new look.
Marble utensils (h/t A Joyful Riot)
These marble-handled utensils look so classy. Marble and wood is a great combination. Check out how these are made in the video below.
Tape two crates together to borrow this gorgeous decor idea
An ottoman creates both a place to rest your feed and a place for storage. Check out the video below to see how to do it.
Don't toss that old tomato cage
Follow the technique in the video below to turn a tomato cage into a plant stand.
Grab two cheap dollar store tubs. Add this easy DIY touch to make them look way more expensive
It's easy to transform inexpensive tubs into classy holders for cold drinks with a little spray paint.
Use this stunning DIY glass technique and save more than $100 (from the Pottery Barn version)
Save lots of money by creating your own colored-glass vase with the technique in the video below.
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