DIY Black and Gold Wrapping Paper
Make your own wrapping paper with FrogTape® Painter's Tape.
- FrogTape® Delicate Surface Painters Tape
- Plain Wrapping Paper
- Acrylic Paint
Follow Along To Do the Project
Wrap your presents up in the plain wrapping paper.
Using FrogTape® Delicate Surface, tape off random patterns of your choice – do only one gift at a time.
As you tape off the patterns, leave the tape hanging off the edges. Don’t push the tape too firmly down on the paper – you gently want to apply it.
Paint within the pattern.
Add glitter if you wish to all or part of the paint. Immediately after painting (don’t wait for it to dry), carefully remove the FrogTape® Delicate Surface. I found the best way to do this was to gently pull one end of the tape up and off while holding down the paper with my other fingers. Continue with the rest of the gifts.
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