How to combine masking tapes to create something different?
But, I don’t know about these two masking tapes by mt.
My cousin told me about this. I guess she must have seen it somewhere.
What do you see here? The bear and the rabbit…
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Do they look like having fun together? Rabbit is presenting flowers to the bear and it’s like they are having joy together. Can you see if this is just in a single sticky tape?
Nope. Two masking tapes actually.
One is mt ex kasaneru – bear & squirrel and the other one is mt ex kasaneru – rabbit & squirrel.
Hmm… the squirrel is not in the Gratitude Journal above.
First, I just place the bear washi tape on the Gratitude Journal page. And then cut the rabbit washi tape separately.
I make sure the rabbit looks like giving the flowers. They are talking gleefully while the rabbit sitting on the tree trunk.
Wonder if you notice the color of the bear? This is because it should be in dark brown but the color on the far right is lighter as the rabbit masking tape covers the bear.
I leave some space around the rabbit when I cut. Just want to see how’s going to look like if I have another masking tape layering on top.
Otherwise, just cut off the rabbit (follow its shape) so that the excess portion (the empty part or white space) will not overlap; that means it won’t cover the bear.
Oh, I hope my explanation makes sense to you.
So, this is a simple way to combine two masking tapes to create something interesting. Perhaps you can try this with children and add your own captions or stories.
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