Since we moved into our new house, I haven’t had a chance to decorate the living room. So, I decided to use that to my advantage and make the wall my personal canvas. Good plan, right? I got out my favorite craft medium (washi tape) and created this oversized spider web. The web was easy to make, it just took a little time cutting/applying all the tape (about 45 minutes). If you want to try something like this on your wall, I’ve provided simple directions below.
Regular width size roll of black washi tape – I used almost the entire roll for this project
Thin width roll of black washi tape – I used the whole roll for this project
Washi Tape Spider Web Directions
2. With thin washi tape, place one piece in the wedge (refer to fig 2).
3. Add a second piece of tape (refer to fig. 3).
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to fill in all the wedges. Continue to do this, making a larger ring outside of each ring until the web is complete.
*Washi tape is low tack and should come off your walls easily without ruining the paint.