60 Second DIY: Washi Tape Halloween Candle

October 24, 2012

DIY Halloween Candle, Washi Tape Candle, Halloween Decor, The Proper Pinwheel Tutorial

 

DIY Halloween Candle, Washi Tape Candle, Halloween Decor, The Proper Pinwheel Tutorial

DIY Halloween Candle, Washi Tape Candle, Halloween Decor, The Proper Pinwheel Tutorial

DIY Halloween Candle, Washi Tape Candle, Halloween Decor, The Proper Pinwheel Tutorial

Washi tape is my best friend. I have a large collection in a few kitchen drawers and I am constantly finding new uses for it. I was browsing through Walmart the other day and happened upon this black polka dot washi tape, and I thought to myself, “Washi, you must come home with me”. I also saw these orange candles and had to sneak them in my coat cart. What do you get when you combine the two? Some baller Washi Tape Halloween Candles, that’s what.

I’m almost embarrassed to call this a DIY tutorial because my dog could tape these up and probably do a better job. He’s a really talented yorkie, that one. I’ve just really become a fan of washi tape over the last year or so. I’m thinking this will be my next project. It will probably have to wait until we move into our own place with white walls. But it’s on my list!

What projects have you made with washi tape? Are you a fanatic like me? Please talk me through this obsession…

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13 thoughts on “60 Second DIY: Washi Tape Halloween Candle

  1. Melissa

    Lexy, I’m physically incapable of walking past cute washi tape without buying it. I have–runs in next room to count–16 rolls, and a couple of them are identical!

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    1. Lexy Post author

      You and I are kindred spirits. Logan keeps telling me that I don’t need 25+ rolls of tape, BUT I DO!!!

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    1. Lexy Post author

      Get some! It’s honestly the best. I saw a cute DIY to create faux frames on the wall with washi tape. Cutest thing ever.

      Reply
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