Here's a quick run-down on how to make your own chevron pattern out of contact paper:First, decide how big you want your pattern to be. I went with 8" per ^ , or 4" from bottom point to top point of each section. We'll go with those numbers for this, but you could change them up if you wanted to.
Roll out your contact paper and mark every 4" along the bottom edge and another row of 4" intervals 4" above that one. You should have a grid that looks something like this : : : : : : : :
Now just connect the dots, making a zig-zag pattern. This first line of zig-zag will be the foundation for every row you'll make.
To get your second line of zig-zags, mark 2" above each peak and valley, being sure to keep everything nice and straight. (It helps if your contact paper has a grid on the back!) Now connect those dots for another row. Keep adding 2" to each row's peaks and dips to make as many rows as you need.
Once you get as many zig-zags as you need you can cut them all out carefully and start sticking them on whatever you'd like to.