Here is the last DIY artwork with tape project for our ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape week.
I racked my brain and perused pinterest for a while to think about this third canvas. I didn’t want to do any kind of geometric pattern after finishing up the triangle piece, so when I saw a tree drawing online that was sort of boxy and straight, it was the perfect inspiration for a shape that could made with tape.
I did the main tree trunk first, and then added on the branches from bottom to top. I just cut the ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape with scissors as I went to ensure the right sizes and crisp edges. I wanted something quirky and fun.
I went for my tried and true favourite – turquoise. I just can’t get enough of that colour. Never goes out of style, right?! Once I peeled off the tape, it was cute, but I felt like something was missing.
It was a little plain jane…
So I painted on a small yellow bird on one of the branches, which took it from plain to sweet in no time at all.
So that’s it! Three art projects in one week, all featuring ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape. It was a fun challenge to use the same material, but try to create three very different art pieces. Check out the first two here: a deer head silhouette and a triangle ombre canvas.
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What about you guys? Done any DIY artwork lately? Ever done any using tape? I want to hear about it!