Today’s post is brought to you by ScotchBlue tape by 3M. The wonderful people at ScotchBlue sent me some tape to try out and the instructions to create this painted table runner (originally by Home Stories A to Z)
I used the ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape Original Muslti Use as a stencil, placing it in a fun almost herring bone like pattern. I used interior spray paint and just painted right over the tape. What I first noticed when I removed the tape after painting it was how crisp the lines were! I’ve used stencils before where the paint bleeds and the designs aren’t smooth. That wasn’t the case using ScotchBlue. I was thrilled with the result!
ScotchBlue Product Features:
- Adhesive Type: Acrylic
- Adhesion Level: Medium
- UV Resistance: Yes
- Clean Removal: 14-Days, Clean removal both indoors and outdoors.
- Backing: Crepe
- Use on: Properly bonded surfaces
- Recommended Uses: Painted baseboards, trims, metal, glass and DIY projects
- Other Benefits: Delivers proffesional results on a variety of surfaces
I already have some plans on using ScotchBlue tape to stencil some canvas tote bags. Learn more about ScotchBlue on their website here.