Masking Tape Art on a Big Scale

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Masking Tape Art Project for Kids - Weaving an Artful RugWhen we built the Fort Magic igloo last week, the kids completed it by pimping out the place with some masking tape art.

I promised a post about the tape art carpet “in a couple of days” but between a Spring break road trip and Easter, it didn’t happen as quickly as I thought it would.

But here it is!

A Masking Tape Art Rug

MATERIALS

Masking Tape Art Project for Kids

INSTRUCTIONS

Basically, I just taped down some brown contractor’s paper to fit the footprint of the igloo (trimming off the excess).

Then I set the tape holder with all the colored masking tape in the middle of the igloo with a pair of scissors and waited for the kids to notice.

Masking Tape Art Project for Kids

Isabella noticed first and started creating a tape design with different colors of the tape.

Masking Tape Art Project for Kids

Masking Tape Art Project for Kids

Maia and Daphne soon joined in… And even I came in and did a little bit. (And realized that the washi tape would be a fun addition so went to grab our selection.)

There are some patterns, but much of the design is random as you can see.

Masking Tape Art Project for Kids

You could do this masking tape art project a bit differently and actually weave the pieces in and out (like a lattice crust on cherry pie) or use them to create a mandala design (especially with a round paper like ours) or make any design at all really.

You could even add paint or drawing elements….

Masking Tape Art Project for Kids

I love the masking tape art rug! It’s a bit like a weaving. And so colorful!

Ours is still on the floor, but if it’s in good shape when we’re ready to take down the igloo, I might hang it on the wall.

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  1. Pam Thomas says

    I loved this idea I work with children in the church Sunday club and also a young youth club in the uk South Wales, always looking for ideas . A question for you where did you get the igloo it looks so cosy, be nice for quite times and prayer times …
    Thank you for you ideas Pam

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