we.create | striped table runner

run ‘em like run ‘em run ‘em.

i recently created this striped table runner while decorating for a friend’s bachelorette party, and it turned out so cute, we used it at the wedding too! this can be applied in any color (why not try a warm palette for the summer, or go with an ombre effect!) and on almost anything (new curtains, anyone?!)

i used wide painter’s tape i picked up at my local paint supply store, a plain canvas runner (you can get yardage and leave it unfinished, too! i’ve been wanting to try burlap!!) and acrylic or fabric paint in the color of your choice. i find sponge brushes make application a cinch.

make sure you let the paint dry fully before peeling the tape.

now tell me, how will YOU use this super simple technique?

 

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18 thoughts on “we.create | striped table runner

  1. Stripes are my favorite and they are always the perfect compliment for food. How about painting stripes on a canvas tote.

  2. would love to know your source for the canvas runner – did you finish/hem canvas from a fabric store, or did you buy the runner finished already? thanks!!

    • Just press firmly on the tape to make sure the lines are nice and clean. And send a pic when you’re done, I’d love to see how it comes out, A! :)

    • Hi Maria! I hand wash mine or go delicate but I would recommend using fabric paint, just make sure to grab the matte kind rather than pearl or glossy. Hope that helps! If you make it, show us!

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