Make your Own Tape using the 5 Easy Steps Below

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Make your Own Tape using Sandra Parés loves working with mixed media because the colors and textures leave her amazed. She enjoys creating and getting her hands dirty with paint and gesso. Additionally, she has this understanding that mixed media allows me to create her own decorations and customize to the personal style that she prefers best. Some of the supplies she uses for her work include masking tape, permanent markers like Promarker, black permanent ink like Stazon, paper figures punched, templates and paints among others.

Here are the 5 easy steps that Sandra did:

1st step: – using color of Silks Acrylic Glaze while painting the whole tape with a brush give a basic background color. Silks Acrylic Glaze gives good transparency and adds a nice shiny appearance.

2nd step: – Promarker color paints the background of the tape and also with transparency.  Once the background is ready, choosing a template is the next big thing while you stencil a pattern with acrylic paint.

3rd step: – Using different Silks Acrylic Glaze to paint the background. We have to paint with a large quantity of paint in the tape, and we can mix the colors.

4th step: – Doing a background with paint or permanent marker while stamping a stamp with a permanent ink making again a pattern throughout the tape.

5th step: – Doing a background with paint or permanent marker but this time small paper figures are pasted

There you have it!

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