1. Marbled Light Switch
A stash of nail polish was used to create a beautiful marbled light switch! This project was done on a light switch that had a removable paper plate, but a similar result could be achieved with a regular light switch, paper, and some mod podge.
2. Marbled Clay Ring Dish
A ring dish is convenient to have to corral all of your rings and small jewelry. Make your own with this simple yet clever marbling DIY that uses oven bake clay in various colors and a little gold liquid gilding. These bowls would make great gifts!
3. Marbled Glassware
Here’s another marbling DIY that’s done with nail polish, this time on glasses! This same method could be done on glass bowls, glass vases, or even large glass serving bowls.
4. Marbled Scarf
Make your own marbled scarf with liquid acrylic paint and white fabric. This is a DIY that’s a bit complicated with some prep but the results are stunningly gorgeous! Host a scarf-making party to make all the prep worth it and everyone will end up with an unique and beautiful scarf.
5. Marbled Planters
Dress up your garden or your kitchen window with a couple of these cute marbled planters! This extremely easy marbling DIY was done with water and nail polish.
6. Marbled Mug
This marbled mug is so pretty and pretty simple to DIY. You’ll need multi-surface paints, a feather, and a drinking straw. These might not be your usual DIY tools, but they work very well in this case!
7. Marbled Table Legs
If you’re not fond of messy DIY projects, this marbling DIY is for you! Update a simple white table by attaching marbled contact paper on the legs. Sounds simple, but what an amazing transformation for minimal time and money.
Hopefully, these marbled DIYs will inspire your own marbled creation. What other marbled DIY projects have you seen or attempted?
“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”