I had a harder time with this than I thought I would. I mean, the “craft” is relatively easy, but the idea is not mine. As I came up with things to do I discovered that most of the ideas had already been done and blogged and I was late to the game. That doesn’t make it any less nifty though.
yes its a bit free form.
I like it that way though.
if you want more precision I would create a grid…
I have always wanted to put a LARGE letter monogram on our wall. when I was in college, my decorating style was referenced to a kindergarten classroom. so I’ve gotten a little better.
I have also always loved salon walls. the kind where there is a bunch of different things all together like a curated art museum of family interests.
what interests this family? making. what did we need? a giant G!
I got 4 rolls of fancy washi tape from ModeS4u.com . Do you know what Washi tape is? Well, as I understand it Washi means paper in Japanese. therefore, paper tape, or pretty masking tape.
When I was perusing around the modes4u site, I found sooooooo many great Washi tape rolls. It was really hard to decide on 4! but I did, and I choose according to sewing motifs. so I picked plaid and little “x” and scalloped border and circles. Like I said, I did this one freehand and was amending a traditional cross stitch pattern to fit my space.
I also applied the different tapes to clothespins! I love using clothespins for hanging unframed photos and rotating them out. Also ads a bit of variation to your displays. I put some double sided mounting tape on the back and then use them for a variety of objects. Calenders and to do lists. (I also use clothespins as chip clips and cords grabs…)
don’t forget that modes4u.com has so many great and wonderful things!