Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

How to Decorate a Bulletin Board with serrated Tape

Use painter’s Band is scalloped to decorate a Bulletin Board with a modern pattern! Choose your favorite colors and let your imagination run free.
I love scallops patterned things. I think I recognize’t how much until this recent project – these cork boards decorated FrogTape with scalloped patterned Tape.
did you Know that there was such a thing? Yep. You get a painter’s tape in patterns, and what is Tape is.
If you made presented with the challenge of it for living, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.
I have a simple section of my wall that I removed recently, an image that requires a . . . and a mini-set wall perfectly. And, of course, because I’m a Mod Podger, I have some Mod Podged thumbtacks have.
Here’s a close-up of the wave pattern, and tacks. I think the thing that has impressed me most about the Tape the sharp edge to get it upright, while using the color.
This is due to the patented paint block technology, a super absorbent polymer that reacts with the water in the color and form immediately the gels, the lock has a micro-sealed the edges of the tape, preventing paint bleed.
Incredible, isn't it? And it really works! Here’s, as I have a pinboard decorated and thumbtacks.
Decorate a wall
This will Collect Supplies

Board – I used 12 x 12″ have tile I from the craft store
FrogTape® Shape Tape™ – scallop
acrylic paint – Navy and grey
Mod hodgepodge Matt
Scrapbook-paper – You only need a small sheet or scrap
wave edge punch – 1″
wood circles – 1″
tacks
craft glue
brush

Grab your Board and Shape Tape™. I used corkboard, 12 x 12″ tiles from the craft store with little adhesive squares that you add to the back to attach to the wall. Make sure that the tiles are thick enough to hold the thumbtacks and don’t stuck in the wall.
I put the Tape, to see how I wanted to organize it. First of all, I, I’ about thought;d with six stripes, but then I went for four. It’s really up to you. AND you can measure if you like – I just eyeball things and it seems to work well.
The Tape is awesome, because the back two parts to it – so you can remove half of the back, place the tape down and then the rest of it and fix it. Smooth, smooth, smooth.
Then you’ll paint. It takes a while to paint the cork, but acrylic paint works well.
you Peel the tape while the paint is still wet. You're going to freak out about the clean edges. I couldn't believe’t, it really works! Now the decorative tacks.
Paint all of your wood circles and let them dry. I gave them a couple of coats on both sides.
Add Mod-hodgepodge, make your timber in circles and lay the scrapbook paper down – you thoroughly. You can have Mod smorgasbord on the upper side of the paper, if you want, but you don’t to. I left didn’t.
you are Using craft glue, attach the thumbtacks to your wood circles. Let dry.
I put the finished corkboards with the adhesive squares that came with the tiles. Then I have me pinning busy things to you. What do you think? I think the Tape is quite amazing. Frog Tape follow on Twitter for more information!
disclosure: This post brought to you by FrogTape brand painter's tape. All opinions are 100% mine.

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