INSIDE : Learn how to make an adorable Paper Mache DIY Washi Tape Letter wall decor to hang in your child’s bedroom. We used so many fun shades of green and love it.
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Kiddo #2 is now almost fifteen months old and I’ve been meaning to make him a letter P to hang above his crib all this time. Guess life with two kiddos has slightly slowed down my productivity on the list of craft to-do’s. So when I found this great Paper Mache letter P, I knew it would make a great Washi Tape Letter P wall decor for my guy!
What supplies do I need to make a Washi Tape Letter P?
How do I decorate a Paper Mache Letter P?
I started with a quick run to my local craft supply store. They have endless letter options in wood, but I was looking for a clean and simple font. I ended up selecting a more modern looking font in a paper mache letter P.
Ah, I sure love those sweet chubby little hands.
After I got the letter next, I simply wrapped the letter with washi tape. I wrapped one tape across the letter. Then I would wrap a different pattern just above it. I placed three stripes in a row and then a few inches down, would wrap another tape.
After all the basic lines were in place, I did a few additional patterns in opposing directions to mix it up and add some interest.
I just love how this quick project turned out. It has a fun graphic style that goes perfectly in my son’s bedroom!
Phew, finally my little man can be represented on his side of the bedroom. You can see their kid shared bedroom here.
What fun applications have you done to your kiddos’ rooms?