by SocialChorus on September 20, 2012
We recently tasked DIY bloggers with creating unique projects using Scotch Colors & Patterns Duct Tape and ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape. The results blew us away and far exceeded our expectations. Below are a few of the projects and a list of 5 new blogs we suggest you bookmark immediately.
Home and design blogs can be intimidating. Nesting Place, however, is different. The author, also known as “The Nester”, has a fabulous mission: “It doesn’t have to be perfect to be beautiful”. Check out two of the projects that resulted when ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape and Scotch Colors & Patterns Duct Tape challenged her to execute a creative project:
Scotch™ Duct Tape – No Paint Diamond Wall
ScotchBlue™ Tape – Gold Leafing
2. Design Love Fest by Bri Emery
Bri is a design and typography enthusiast and blogger extraordinaire. She exudes confidence, positivity and endless optimism through her blog, videos and DIY projects. Read her posts for ScotchBlue TM Painter’s Tape and forever thank her creativity for adding a little color to your home.
Mandi is a design and DIY guru who has the ability to make anything look chic. Her blog’s energy, passion and honesty have built a loyal following and can easily make anyone a fan. If you’re looking for inspirational projects and a bit of fun wit, this is the blog for you.
ScotchBlue™ Tape – Faux Butcher Block Desk
Curbly believes that everyone should have a happy, beautiful home and this blog will help you transform yours. Chris, Boris & team teach safe, beautiful DIY and empower everyone to complete projects. Turn here to learn everything from how to use power tools to properly etching glass!
ScotchBlue™ Tape – How to Make a Modern & Colorful Geometric Mobile
Bows and Sparrows is an internet oasis. It showcases talented designers, fabulous boutiques, covetable products, stunning homes and style-savvy fashionistas. With no shortage of creativity, this site is a one-stop shop for inspiration.
This post was written by Gina Jacobson, an Associate Account Manager in our San Francisco Office