DIY Shape Tape Projects

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of FrogTape for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Tested Tuesday on SayNotSweetAnne.com - See product tests, reviews and recommendations! [question]Tested Tuesday is about trying new things. Every now and then I’m able to try something new – either as a gift from a brand or because I simply want to try it. Either way one thing is for certain: All opinions offered are 100% mine. I hope that my experiences will help you to make informed decisions!![/question] Every now and again I get an opportunity to try something I’ve been eyeing for a while. Frog Tape® was kind enough to sponsor this post and gift me some of their new amazing Shape Tape™ to do my crafty thing with. All opinions are mine alone. Check out what I made!! Two Easy DIY masking tape projects | saynotsweetanne.com | #diy #ShapeTape Alright, so I originally only intended to do one craft with the FrogTape’s Shape Tape. But it turned out really well and went really quick so I ended up doing another just because. Let’s start with the mirror Jar.

What You Need

  • Frog Tape® Shape Tape™ in whatever pattern you want (they have Chevrons, Scallops and waves! Frog Tape® Shape Tape™
  • Glass Jar or vase.
  • Mirror paint or silver craft paint.

How To Make It:

  1. Clean your glass well with alcohol to get any finger oils off of it. Then apply your Shape Tape™ wherever you think it looks best. Easy DIY Scalloped Mirror Jar | Saynotsweetanne.com | #dit #ShapeTape #decor Easy DIY Scalloped Mirror Jar | Saynotsweetanne.com | #dit #ShapeTape #decor Easy DIY Scalloped Mirror Jar | Saynotsweetanne.com | #dit #ShapeTape #decor
  2. Be sure to mask off any parts of your project that you don’t want painted. Easy DIY Scalloped Mirror Jar | Saynotsweetanne.com | #dit #ShapeTape #decor
  3. Spray or sponge paint the exposed area. I used a neat mirror paint product I had laying around. All Frog Tape® had PaintBlock which is an element that reacts with latex paint to make a good seal and keep paint from leaking under the tape. I’m not sure if it works with the type of paint I used, but I was pleased to see a nice crisp line when I pulled the paint off!
  4. Viola! That’s it. All in all it only took me a minute or two. That’s when I decided I wanted to try another craft with this awesome tape! Easy DIY Scalloped Mirror Jar | Saynotsweetanne.com | #dit #ShapeTape #decor

I recently bought a plain jane tshirt from a thrift store and it was itching for a makeover. After my first craft with the Shape Tape™ I had a great idea for what to do. A little tape, a littel glitter fabric paint and I have an understated but upcycled top.

What You Need

  • Frog Tape® Shape Tape™
  • T-Shirt
  • Fabric Paint and applicator sponge

How To Make It

  1. Wash your shirt and dry without softener. We want the fabric raw and ready for paint. Quick and easy Tshirt upcycle with masking tape | Saynotsweetanne.com | #diy #ShapeTape #fashion
  2. Use the tape to make your design. Be sure to put something inside the shirt to prevent color bleeding to the back. Quick and easy Tshirt upcycle with masking tape | Saynotsweetanne.com | #diy #ShapeTape #fashion
  3. Use the applicator sponge to add your paint. You might want to do several coats. Quick and easy Tshirt upcycle with masking tape | Saynotsweetanne.com | #diy #ShapeTape #fashion
  4. Take off the tape and see your creation! Quick and easy Tshirt upcycle with masking tape | Saynotsweetanne.com | #diy #ShapeTape #fashion

Overall I loved the Scalloped tape and I can’t wait to think of more things to do with it. The PaintBlock technology seems like a great addition, and even without latex paint I was pleased at the clean lines I was able to get. Oh, and don’t forget to check out @FrogTape on Twitter and Pinterest for tons of ideas! So, what would you do with Chevron, Scallop or Wave tape?

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Kayla Domeyer

My name is Kayla and I am a Graphic Designer. That means that I love pretty things, and also that I like to make free printables! I'm so happy that you've stopped by to visit my blog, and I hope you will follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Pinterest or Instagram!! (Yeah, and I'm totally addicted to the internet).

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