Welcome to the ScotchBlue™ PaintingParty! A group of fantastic DIY bloggers, including myself, all completed projects with the help of ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape with Edge-Lock™ Paint LineProtector. Now we’re giving you the chance to gather inspiration, have fun, and win prizes! If you’d like to start at the beginning of the party and see more tutorials, head to Denise’s blog: The Painted Home
Have fun going from party to party:
The Painted Home
Paper Princess Studio
Two Become One
Now, onto my project that I used Scotch Blue painters tape on. I wanted to do a big project, but unfortunately didn't have time. But, small projects are what most of us are able to tackle today, so thought I'd give some inspiration with a small side table. Here it is all boring and ugly.
The first step I took towards completing this project was to paint the piece my favorite buttercream color.
Next I took Scotch Blue tape and "striped" the top. I did not measure out lines like I would have had I been painting a large wall because I knew I wanted this piece to be imperfect and shabby. So I applied the tape by eye only.
Next, for the striping, I chose a gray paint. I wanted this piece to have a beachy cottage appeal. I applied two coats of paint.
I peeled the tape off while the second coat was still wet. I was so impressed with the fact that there was absolutely no bleed through under the tape.
Once completely dry, I distressed the piece with my palm sander. I was so pleased with the outcome.
Now onto the giveaway. Win your own Scotch Blue tape and create your own fabulous pieces. It's as easy as leaving a comment letting me know how you would use ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape for your own project for a chance to win a sample. For an additional entry you can follow Scotch Blue on their FACEBOOK page. And lastly for a third chance, let me know that you tweeted "@scotchbluebrand I want #supersharppaintlines for my next project!”.
The giveaway will run from October 18th-October 21st.....
ScotchBlueBrand reached out to me to participate in the ScotchBlue Painting Party tocelebrate the launch of their new ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape withEdge-Lock Paint Line Protector. My post represents my honest experiencewith ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape. I am not being paid for my answers, but I didreceive ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape to assist in completion.