Liven up your wall a bit by making one of the easiest accent walls ever – a confetti wall.
- FrogTape® Multi-Surface Painters Tape - .094" width
- FrogTape® Multi-Surface Painters Tape - 1.88" width
- Paint Colors of Your Choice
- Small Foam Roller
- Regular Size Paint Roller
- Paint Brush
Follow Along To Do the Project
Since I was going with a much lighter color on the wall, I first needed to prime the entire wall. Using the wider width of FrogTape® Multi-Surface, tape off your edges and trim, then prime.
Using a small foam roller, roll on random strips of your “confetti” color. I opted to do gold.
Place strips of the smaller width of FrogTape® Multi-Surface onto the confetti color.
Use a credit card or something similar to burnish the edges of the tape.
Paint your desired wall color over the entire wall.
After your final coat of paint, remove the FrogTape® Multi-Surface, while the paint is still wet.
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