Washi Tape Halloween Frame

 
Is anyone getting sick of Halloween yet?  I hope not because I have a super easy and quick project for you today!  My Washi Tape Halloween Frame is perfect for displaying pictures of your cute little ones in their Halloween best!
 

Washi Tape Halloween Frame via createcraftlove.com #washitape #halloween #frames

 

Wanna make your own Washi Tape Halloween Frame?

Here’s what you need:
Frame
Paint and paintbrush
Washi tape
Exacto knife
Scrapbook embellishments
 

washi tape halloween frame

 
I began by painting my frame.  Depending on the type of washi tape you use, this step may not be necessary.

washi tape halloween frame

A couple of weeks ago, I got this adorable black and white chevron washi tape and this cute orange striped washi tape from Pick Your Plum.  Start applying the washi tape to the frame.
 

washi tape halloween frame

Be sure to match up your lines so the chevrons look uniform.  Continue applying the washi tape until the frame is covered.

washi tape halloween frame

Once the frame is covered, flip the frame over to cut off the excess in the middle.

washi tape halloween frame

Be sure to hold your tape taut as you are cutting.  Otherwise, the tape will wrinkle and displace on the other side.  After the middle is trimmed, turn your frame back over.

washi tape halloween frame

Carefully trim the edges (using the beveled groove as a straight line.
 

washi tape halloween frame

 

washi tape halloween frame

Next, apply the orange striped washi tape to the edges.  
 

washi tape halloween frame

 
Smooth over the ridges and trim the corners.
To finish it off, add your scrapbook embellishments!

Washi Tape Halloween Frame via createcraftlove.com #washitape #halloween #frames

Washi Tape Halloween Frame via createcraftlove.com #washitape #halloween #frames

Washi Tape Halloween Frame via createcraftlove.com #washitape #halloween #frames
Washi Tape Halloween Frame via createcraftlove.com #washitape #halloween #frames

 
Aren’t those glitter spiders adorable?  Love them!
 
The whole thing (minus the painting) took ten minutes.  And you wanna know the best part?  Since washi tape is easily removed, I can re-use the frame over and over again!
 
Do you washi?

Jill

 
 Linking up to these fabulous parties!

Monday
Cure for the Common Monday @ Lines Across 
 
Tuesday
Take a Look Tuesday @ Sugar Bee Crafts 
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Wednesday
Show and Tell @ SNAP
 Party Time @ The 36th Avenue 
Whimsy Wednesdays @ The NY Melrose Family 
Lil Luna Link Party @ Lil Luna 
Wow Me Wednesday @ Ginger Snap Crafts
 
Thursday
Artsy Corner @ Artsy Fartsy Mama
Things I’ve Done Thursday @ Bear Rabbit Bear
Thursday’s Temptation @ Two Yellow Birds Decor
Throwback Thursday @ Hubby Made Me
Live.Laugh.Linky @ Live.Laugh.Rowe.
Link It Up Thursday @ Seven Alive 
 Thursdays Are Your Days @ 52 Mantels 
 
Friday
Happy Hour Friday @ Happy Hour Projects
Happy Hour @ Craftberry Bush 
Keep Calm and Link Up @ Becoming Martha
I Love Fridays @ Petals to Picots 
Weekend Bloggy Reading @ Serenity Now 
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Create & Inspire Party @ A Night Owl 
 
Saturday
Spotlight Saturday @ Classy Clutter 
Strut Your Stuff @ Six Sisters’ Stuff 
Overflowing with Creativity @ It’s Overflowing 
Saturday Seven @ Positively Splendid
 
Sunday
Sundae Scoop @ I Heart Nap Time 
Think Pink @ Flamingo Toes
 

Comments

  1. Jill! How cute is this?! I love it. You are amazing :)

  2. Jill that is one cute frame! It is hard to match up chevron for sure. You did it perfectly!

  3. I love this (and I’ve got the exact same washi tape too)! I might have to copy ;o)

  4. Love it Jill! The chevron pattern is awesome and goes perfectly with your black and white Fall decor! Love the mani too :)

  5. SO cute Jill!! I just did a washi tape pumpkin and loved it for the exact same reasons. Took literally 5 minutes and I can switch it out any time I want. Beautiful job!!

  6. Hey Jill…how sweet is this frame? I do love those glittery spiders…the chevron washi tape is just killer….I have this weird thing about washi tape that even though I want to use it I’m too cheap to waste it…so I don’t use…crazy right? thanks for sharing with us….talk to you soon…xo Lucy

  7. This is just adorable! And no, I’m not getting sick of Halloween projects yet! hehe. You lined up that chevron perfectly, wow that must have taken a lot of patience! And the glittery spiders are so cute, I actually just bought some myself! Thanks for sharing this week :)

  8. This looks great! I love the washi tape! I was thinking about making a scrapbook to bring out each year for Halloween pictures. This would be perfect for the cover! hmmmmm!

  9. This is awesome! I have actually never used washi tape before, but I’ve been seeing it anywhere. What a cool idea! You could decorate so many different things with it! Thanks for sharing. :) Visiting from Serenity Now.

  10. I love this!

    I’d love to have you link up at my Weekend party!

    http://westernwarmth.blogspot.com/2012/10/weekend-warmth-5.html

  11. Great project !

    I would love you to come link up at my Craft, Create & Inspire linky party ..

    http://polkadot-pretties.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/craft-create-and-inspire-linky-party.html

    Hope to see you there :)

    Claire @ Polkadot pretties x

  12. Okay, that is beautiful. I love it. I’m a huge PYP fan, too, but I missed the Washi tape deal while my laptop was out for service.

    I can’t wait to go grab some awesome seasonally colored washi tape to re-create this! Love love love.

  13. I love this frame! I adore the glittery spiders and that you can reuse the frame if you wanted. Such a cute project – thanks so much for sharing. Pinning.

  14. Great idea using the washi tape! Thanks for sharing.

  15. This is adorable and spooky (that’s a hard combo to master!). I love how PERFECTLY you lined up the tape; I would have guessed that you decoupaged a pattern if I didn’t know any better.

  16. Super cute and creative!! I would love for you to come link up to my Get Social link party and show off your blog! http://alivedinhome.blogspot.com/2012/10/get-social-sunday_14.html

  17. This is adorable! I love washi tape. Pinning this now.

  18. I haven’t tried out washi tape yet but this project might get me going. Thanks for sharing…very cute!

    Dee Dee @ TheSunshineMoms.com

  19. I love your frame! It looks fantastic. I never would have guessed that it was strips of tape. It is all aligned so perfectly. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Thank you for linking up to Whimsy Wednesday! We love having you:) I’m going to share this pretty lil thing on Facebook!

    Thanks again,
    Kelly at Smart! School {House}
    http://www.smartschoolhouse.com

  21. I’m not sick of Halloween projects yet because I haven’t even started on any! I’m horrible, I know. But you are awesome! And full of great projects :) I’m loving every single one! Thanks for linking up to Throwback Thursday :)

  22. I LOVE your frame!! That washi tape is amazing stuff. I really need to get me some! Thanks so much for sharing at Thursday’s Temptation. I am going to be featuring your frame on my blog tonight!!
    Jill

  23. I love your frame! I don’t washi because I’ve never worked with it but now I want to and can’t wait to create something. Thanks for sharing! :)

  24. Featuring YOU at Artsy Corner!

  25. Too cute!! I love it! :)

    Thanks so much for linking up at Artsy Corner! You are awesome :)

  26. Featuring YOU today! Thanks so much for linking up to {wow me} wednesday!

    Ginger @ GingerSnapCrafts.com

    http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2012/10/take-look-at-you-my-favorites_25.html

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