Last updated on May 29th, 2017 at 04:37 pm
Decorate a monogram letter using washi tape. Makes for great home decor or wall art. An easy DIY craft tutorial idea to decorate your space with washi tape.
Putting strips of washi tape on a letter is not a new idea, but this is such a fun and simple craft that I just had to share it with you!
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How to Make a Decorative Washi Tape Letter
Begin by adding strips of washi tape to the wood letter. Laying the next strip right next to the one above.
After the wood letter is covered with washi tape it’s time to apply the Gems around the edges of the letter.
The sheet of sticky Gemz cut apart really easily so I added a few strips of single Gemz to the front.
Once the front is covered in the strips of washi tape and sticky Gemz, turn it over and with an exact-o knife cut away the extra.
To seal the tape and secure it to the letter, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge.
The Mod Podge doesn’t take very long to dry – only 15 to 20 minutes. When it is all dry, cut double strips of the sticky Gems to wrap around the edge of the letter.
I think it turned out fabulous! Now to find the perfect spot to hang it in my daughter Allie’s room!
What have you made with Washi Tape? Share and leave a comment below!
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