One of the many trends on social media, in paritcular Instagram, is having a marble backdrop on photos. While the marble creates a beautiful clean and regal looking backdrop it also drives up a pretty high price. If you are like me, and aren't looking to drop a bunch of money on re-working your countertops or purchasing a heavy slab of marble just to use for photos…then making your own cheap $20 or less "faux-marble" backdrop is as easy as one. two. three. Fake you ask? Just plain ole smart if you ask me! Here are the steps below. So simple!
What you need:
1) Marble pattern shelf liners (make sure it is adhesive/sticky on one side)
2) Visit your local Menards store and purchase a light piece of plywood, I then cut mine in a 3×3 square, however, you can perhaps purchase one that size or slightly bigger/smaller, depending on your preference.
Measure and cut the shelf liners and stick to your plywood leaving 2 or more inches on the edges to fold over and seal. Be sure to seal the liner pressing out any air bubbles as you go. Voilá it is that easy!