Easy NO math stripes, and a ScotchBlue contest

***I received product and or payment for today’s post, although the words and ideas are all my own.***

I love stripes, in fabric, on furniture and cloths. I like to use them a lot in d├ęcor. They can be a paint to do,but I have a sure fire way to paint stripes with little work!! So when ScotchBlue emailed me about " Home of the ScotchBlue Contest" using their awesome tape, I thought this would be the perfect chance to show you how!!
The first step is to go out and buy some ScotchBlue tape. They have varying widths, so just pick one that is the width you want your stripes.
 The next step is to paint a base coat that you want, I used Van Gogh's Serenity.
 Start from one side and put a strip of ScotchBlue tape, then, right next to it put another.
 Put a third row, then take out the middle row, and re use it next to the third row.
 The next step is to just rotate, removing every other row of tape.
 I then painted it with Modern Masters metallic paint.. Just like stripes, I have a think for metallics!!

 You may have a tiny bit of touch up to do, but for the most part it is FOOL PROOF!!!  And depending on what kind of paint you use, this project is very budget friendly. Its a great way to spruce up something you may already gave.
This will be featured in my basement room in a few week, so watch out for the premier!!. While your waiting, go visit ScotchBlue on their Website  or  Facebook ,The " Home of ScotchBlue Contest" ends on July 15th, so hurry to their website ScotchBlue.com and enter.There is a 5k prize for the winner. so get creative and see what you can come up with!!



  1. Wow! I love the metallic gold paint and it's such a cool idea for storing anything from kids toys, craft supplies, or any household item.

    1. thank you!! I lve stuff like this for toys and craft stuff

  2. Oh my goodness that gold is absolutely gorgeous!! Looking forward to seeing the rest of the room!

  3. This looks great. I love how it turned out.