Pinterest Party Take 2! – Washi Easter Egg Canvas

The second item we worked on at our Pinterest party was a washi tape Easter egg canvas.

The concept was pretty easy.

1. Cut an egg shaped hole in the center of a pice of card stock. This is the template.
2. Center the template on your canvas and tape down the corners to keep it from sliding around.
3. Place the washi tape across the template to make stripes.
4. When the entire egg shaped hole is covered with tape, use an exacto knife to cut the edges of tape from the template.

Unfortunately, about 20 minutes later the tape started coming off the canvas.

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Arg!!!! In fact some pieces of tape completely fell off.

Enter our friend ModPodge!

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Two coats did the trick!

Yeah!!!!!

They did really turn out cute and look really nice together.

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And we had so much fun in the process!

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About NotYourNormalSteam

I love to make things, food, paper, fabric, the medium doesn’t really matter. I am also an obsessive planner. The day after Christmas I am already working out plans for the next year.
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3 Responses to Pinterest Party Take 2! – Washi Easter Egg Canvas

  1. treadlemusic says:

    So cute!!!!! Sigh……………we are SO READY for Spring, aren’t we?????

  2. Love this! What a cute and simple idea, I might actually have to try this one. I hardly ever use my washi tape, it’s so adorable and I don’t want to “waste” it, but this is worth doing. Thanks for sharing! Have you ever tried to DIY your own washi tape? My cousin wrote a post about it for our Scrapbook Series, you might want to check it out.
    >> Sam
    http://www.diyjustcuz.com

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