Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

DIY Washi Tape Christmas tree

My love for paper, tape and bright colors comes together in this washi tape Christmas tree. You’ll also need basic supplies including paint and Mod-smorgasbord.

I’ve had to lay a timber-tree, for several years, and I decided that it was finally time to use it. Now all my Christmas supplies are in a cotton tote, so I had to dig, but I finally found some Martha Stewart washi tape that I bought last year.
After some digging, I found supplies voted and decided to throw it all and make this DIY washi tape Christmas tree. I’m absolutely love the colors – and you cananywhere in your home.br you can>hang it on the wall or prop it on the mantle. Read more and find out how I made it.
Washi Tape Christmas tree
Collect These Supplies

wood tree shape
Mod smorgasbord of Satin
Martha Stewart decorative Paint – wedding cakes
Washi tape – Colors of your choice
lace ribbon in red
Sheer ribbon in blue
Brads snowflake
embellishment for the top
craft glue
brush
- scissors

Here’s the piece of wood that I began with. I cut lines, the bag of yarn and squirreled out away ones, the shimmering pearl (who wouldn’t?).
to Paint the tree. Super easy.
I I covered the whole tree with alternating pattern of the tape. Trim excess with scissors.
A layer of Satin Mod hodgepodge went promptly over the edge. I let it dry, and then there was a second layer.
Adding embellishments was a very random process. I cut a few strips of what I had and put it on. Then I glued it down, if I was satisfied.
Snip the ends of the brads and glue them down at the intersection of the Band. Let everything dry, then knot the ribbon above, if you have decided.
I’m not quite sure what I’m doing it yet, but I love it!
I think I’m just obsessed with the colors. What do you think? Also, have you ever tried washi tape? I think I’m hooked.

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