DIY Washi Tape Heart Wall Installation

February 13, 2014

DIY Washi Tape Heart Installation I’ve got one last DIY project for you for Valentine’s Day. I had planned to share this one days ago, but then little miss Vita-roo decided to come down with the croup and it just got away from me! Luckily, this washi tape heart wall installation is easy to make! Seriously. Takes less than an hour and less than one roll of tape! Win. Win. I had such a hard time choosing a tape pattern. I had y’all weigh in and help me choose on Instagram last week!

DIY Washi Tape Heart Installation

You’ll need:

  • white poster paper (cut in shape of half-heart)
  • pencil
  • washi tape (sprinkle tape from Target)

Washi Tape Heart Installation | The Proper Pinwheel

Use the poster paper to trace a heart onto the wall. Starting at the top, apply torn pieces of washi and make sure they stick well. The pieces can be different sizes, but I didn’t tear any longer than 2.5″. Work your way down the shape until you reach the bottom. Washi Tape Heart Installation | The Proper Pinwheel Washi Tape Heart Installation | The Proper Pinwheel

And you’re done! Run your hand over the tape to smooth out any edges. Washi Tape Heart Installation | The Proper Pinwheel I just might keep this guy up for a little longer this year.

DIY Washi Tape Heart Installation

Logan hardly ever checks this here blog so I’m going to surprise him with a bunch of these all over our house! We have lots of washi tape here and what better use for it?!?

Are you doing something special for your love this year? Single and partying? I’d love to hear your tradition!

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