‘My rusty brass mailbox was screaming for an update.’ Look at her idea

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Step 7: Peel the backing off of the contact paper and stick.
mailbox makeover with contact paper liner
Step 8: Measure the inside base of the mailbox (length and width).
mailbox makeover with contact paper liner
Step 9: Cut out the appropriate size (to fit within the inside base) from your adhesive contact paper.
mailbox makeover with contact paper liner
Step 10: Peel off the backing and stick onto the inside of your mailbox base.
mailbox makeover with contact paper liner
Step 11: Smooth our any bubbles and wrinkles from both contact paper pieces.

Like the contact paper used for this project? You can buy it here.

mailbox makeover with contact paper liner
Step 12: Proudly hang your shiny, restored mailbox back onto the front of your house and wait happily for the mail person to deliver the goods.

Materials I used for this project:

Mailbox   (On-Hand)

Rust-Oluem Gloss Protective Enamel Spray Paint   (Home Depot)

Adhesive Contact Paper – Wood Print   (Amazon)

3M Sandpaper   (Home Depot)

Ruler   (On-Hand)

Screwdriver   (On-Hand)

#mailbox#restoration#CurbAppeal#contactpaper

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