Miriam Burgess Outdoor September 07th, 2018 - 11:26:09
With metal decorative tape, in particular I'll, be showing you how to decorate. With this self-adhesive tape, I draw the lines of where the tape will go with the sharpened pencil, which is called the mount port square, which you are invited to watch it's better to draw a line on both alongside and on the center Side to position the tape better, the tape which I use it made up of eight smaller separated strips.
I remove a small strip and I fix it on the line which I drew I'll do the same with the other sides. I cut the tape with the knife of 45 degrees and get rid of the excess.This is the first decorating part. I now put a second strip of tape wider than the one I have already applied as before. I trace the lines to see where to put the tape. Unlike before, however, I can peel off a single piece of tape, which is made up of the four strips which I need. If the pencil lines are still visible, they can be rubbed out.
Instead of tracing the intersection lines in the corners, you could make some dots, but wouldn't pointer the pencil in the small holes of the square. In this case, I make two dots per corner to point of the internal and external decoration. This is a tape which is made up of 8 2 millimeter, smaller strips. There are other tapes which are made up of 6 3 millimeter strips like this one. Other tapes are made up of four five millimeter strips with some other tapes such as this one are made up of two eight millimeter strips the tapes are 12 meters long.