Decoration of the matboard by metal adhesive tapes

Decoration of the matboard by metal adhesive tapes


I’m going to show you how you can decorate
mountboard 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 a sharpened pencil. As you can see I’m helping myself with a mountboard
square. How the square works is explained in detail
in another video which is called ” The mountboard square” which you are invited to watch. It’s better to draw a line on both the long
side and on the central side to position the tape better. The tape which I use it made up of 8 smaller
separated strips. I remove a small strip and I fix it on the
line which I drew. I do the same with the other sides. I cut the tape with a knife at 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 4 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 by putting the point of the pencil in the small
holes of the square. In this case I make 2 dots per corner: the
point of the internal and external decoration. This is a tape which is made up of 8,2 mm smaller
strips. There are other tapes which are made up of
6,3 mm strips, like this one. Other tapes are made up of 4,5 mm strips width Some other tapes, such as this one are made
up of 2,8 mm strips. The tapes are 12 meters long. The complete list of possible tape combinations is shown in this table.
You will find the metal tapes in the catalogue
of Rinaldin and on the website rinaldin.com.

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