Sickness be gone!
I was sick and then my son was sick too. I need to go and spray some Glen 20 around the house and banish the germs!
But I'm here...and I have what you want!
A washi-tape clipboard tutorial.
Some asked for a video but I honestly couldnt face my own snotty voice being recorded.
So its just pics for now :)
There you go! Flapping in the breeze.
Once I had covered the board I went back to the top and covered the small spaces on either side of the metal clip, still maintaining the pattern and following the exact steps from above.
When my board was finished, I flipped it over and cut the excess of my starting side.
This is a board I ripped tape off - you can see it was quite easy and not a lot was left behind in the way of residue. I thought I could use it to cover another board, but this time in a vertical fashion to see if it was any easier or faster.
I have to say it was a bit faster, difficulty still about the same, but I think I preferred it the other way. Of course, if your pattern runs this way, it is still quite effective and cute!
And there you have it - washi-tastic!
So what do you think?