happy {happy} day

by Tina on March 15, 2012

in Decor, DIY, our home

Thank you all so much for the lovely comments and notes to Traveling Girl for her birthday!  She loved reading them and had an all around fantastic day yesterday!  We are having a sleepover tomorrow which will involve plenty of popcorn, cupcakes, makeup, and late night movie watching (and plenty more giggling!)  My sweet girl has invited me to attend as a guest rather than supervisor, so I can assure you that I will be in heaven getting to get back in touch with my inner tween tomorrow night!  I plan to spend today and tomorrow baking up a storm (yes, I will be willingly shelling out every last little kroner to pay for our sugar fix) so let me share this quick diy idea before I get the oven fired up.

This could not be simpler.  Just grab your favorite washi tape (my favorite source is Pretty Tape , but TwoPeas is carrying this really awesome Cath Kidston tape!)  I didn’t measure or anything like that.  I just eyed it, and taped up a message for my girl.  She loved it and was already brainstorming on more things we could do on the walls with the tape.  It’s really great because it stays put if you want it to, but comes down without damaging the paint.  When I think of all the possibilities, my mind goes crazy!  There could be antlers, hearts, messages, and so much more!  So, are you ready to grab some washi tape and start creating, too?

PS I hope you, too, have a happy {happy} day!

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Elli March 15, 2012 at 10:47 am

What a great new way to use washi tape! I guess I finally have to order some too and start creating something fun out of it.:)

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michelle March 15, 2012 at 3:00 pm

happy birthday to your lovely daughter! yesterday’s photos were gorgeous! and love today’s washi tape idea…i’m definitely doing this in dex’s room. mm

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Jos March 15, 2012 at 7:05 pm

I’ve seen a craft table covered in it – lots of lines of gorgeous washi colour – very cool!

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