Elmer’s Designer Masking Tape Frame

Not too long ago, a sweet bloggy friend, sent me three rolls of Elmer’s Designer Masking Tape to try. I love the blue and green dots. I already had an inexpensive frame from Ikea that was awaiting a project and decided to combine the two.

I started, removed, started, removed and started again until I decided to place the tape on the outer edges. The great thing about this tape, it is totally repositionable. I didn’t waste any of the tape in my indecisive tries. 
For a first time try, I like the easy use of the tape. I now see why there are so many projects on Pinterest using washi tape. After finishing, I printed off The South printable. I knew when I saw it that I would use it one day. Having lived in MS for the first 21 years of my life and SC for the last 26, I can unequivocally say this print is absolutely true. 🙂

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Comments

  1. I love this, Pam!! The tape adds such a simple but vibrant splash to the frame. What a clever idea. I'm definitely going to try this myself. I'm glad you're having fun with the tape!!

  2. Well that's good to know… I had no idea they made decorative tape! The frame looks great. Thank you for linking up at Doodles & Stitches.

  3. Love it!!

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