Have you ever had the overwhelming urge to put spots on one of your walls? I have! And one of these days, I’m going to buy a house so I can completely fulfill the dream of putting up spotty wallpaper.
However while we’re still renting (and are too lazy to repaint when we leave), I’ve had to come up with a more temporary solution. As per many things in my life, Washi Tape came to my rescue!
I remembered I’d seen an awesome DIY by Ez on Creature Comforts using this technique, so thought I’d try it for wall stickers. It’s so easy and you can make whatever shape you want!
– Washi Tape
– Non-stick baking paper
– Something to trace around
Step 2: Once you’ve got enough tape down, turn the paper over and trace around your object. I used a paint pot.
Step 3: Cut your shape out
Step 4: When you’re ready to stick it onto your wall, carefully peel off the baking paper, and stick away! Be careful though – I found once I’d stuck it down it was hard to move it without separating the layers of tape. It shouldn’t remove any paint (or at least, it hasn’t in my experience), but just be sure you’re sticking it in the right spot to avoid having to move it. Have fun!