Plain Clipboard to Amazing Clipboard with DIY Decor Tape

Hello Everyone,

Michelle Hill here today to show you a very fast and easy way to decorate a plain clipboard. I used to cover these with pattern paper then mod podge them, but now with the DIY Decor Tape it’s super easy. Lets get started!

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I chose two DIY Decor Tape styles (4″ Jade DIY Decor Tape & 8″ Floralicous DIY Decor Tape), a clipboard and I cut a shape out using my Silhouette and chalkboard paper. You could also cut your own stencil with Hazel & Ruby Cut Your Own Stencil-Mask sheets, and paint it with chalk paint. { I was out of paint}

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I then covered my clipboard and trimmed and wrapped the edges around to the backside. I liked the two tone effect. I am going to make some mini gold polkadot clipboards for my office..

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Then I adhered my cut chalk shape to the board…and that’s it..Fast and easy gift..or something cute for your office. I also covered a magnet sheet with the DIY Decor Tape and ran it through my die cut machine and made a few circle magnets for the clip part. Please share with us if you make a clipboard using our DIY Decor Tape!!!

Happy Crafting!!

michelle-hill

 

8 Easy DIY Projects Using GIANT Washi Tape

 

8 Easy DIY project you can make using GIANT Washi tape, a.k.a DIY Decor tape by Hazel & Ruby

I am excited to share with you some fun ideas with the goal of inspiring you to get creative and start making! Little effort required! As a busy, single mom, I often find myself wanting to create a quick project or simply make an update in my home with little time and cash, but lots of impact.  Today on Studio 5, Utah’s top lifestyle show, I introduced viewers to our latest product, DIY Decor Tape. You can watch the segment HERE.

What is DIY Decor Tape? Let me tell you!  It is washi-style tape – which is slightly transparent (like tissue paper) and is now available in wide widths for you to use on larger surfaces, like the walls of your home! Now you can stripe your walls – no paint required! Add an accent wall of polka dots with this removable, reposition-able product that you can apply quickly and easily.  You can use it to update old furniture, create holiday decor…the list goes on and on. We have 30 styles and it is available in widths of 4″, 8″, 12″ and 24″!

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Pretty cool right? The possibilities are endless with this stuff you guys!

Ok, so now for some inspiration! Here are 8 cool ways that you can use DIY Decor Tape!

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Many of these projects I created for my 5-year-old daughter Sophie’s new bedroom. She loves to make projects with me and in fact, she did most of that chalkboard frame board herself!  Love my little creative girl.

Now that you are inspired :) If you are looking for the DIY Decor Tape, you can find it at select JoAnn stores and at JoAnn online.  Also check your local craft and boutiques. I would love to see what you create. Please share your projects with us and we might feature your on an upcoming blog post!

Stay tuned for even more project ideas and full tutorials from our Makery contributors.  These ladies are full of talent and in fact, we have added new contributors whom we will be introducing to you very soon!

Have a beautiful day!

Jayme

xoxo

DIY Decor Tape is also for Mixed Media Wall Art

Hey guys, Katie here! Today I wanted to share with you the tutorial of how I made this fun, mixed media wall art featuring Hazel and Ruby’s new DIY Decor Tape. If you haven’t heard of it yet, the DIY Decor tape is like giant washi tape and it’s AMAZING!
It’s perfect for restyled furniture and home decor, but I wanted to try using it in an art project as well.
Supplies: DIY Decor Tape, Canvas, Blindside Alpha Stencil Masks, Black Paint, gel pen, black marker
I started by printing out a simple map of the world and covered it with a roll of the 4″ green DIY Decor Tape. The Decor Tape is see through enough that I could see the outlines to cut out the shapes.

I spray painted my canvas mint using some Krylon Paint. Once that was dry, I covered it with the gold polka dot DIY Decor Tape. I love how it has a slight mint tint to it.

I added my quote to the bottom half of the canvas using the Blindside Alpha stencil masks. If you have trouble getting your letters straight, use a see through ruler (this is a quilting ruler) to line them up.

I drew around my letters, peeled them up and filled them in with black acrylic paint.

Once my letters were dry, I peeled my Decor Tape continents off of the paper map and placed them down on to the top half of my canvas.

I also decided to outline them with a black marker, and outline my quote using a neon gel pen.

I now have a shiny new piece of art for my wall! The DIY Decor Tape made a fantastic background on my canvas as well as making it easy to get the map shapes!