Electrical tape. My dad firmly believes that electrical tape can be used to fix anything, from lamps to broken hearts. I've used it here to give my balcony wall a temporary Mondrian kick.
To do this you'll need:
- A roll or two of electrical tape
- a spirit level
- a few coloured acetate sheets
- a craft knife.
First give the wall a quick swipe with sugar soap or something, as
stickiness and dirt are mortal enemies. Next roughly plot your design
on paper, it doesn't have to be to scale or anything.
Now you'll need to create a 'frame' for your piece. Mark out the long lines using a spirit level and a pencil then apply a one long piece of tape for each side, pressing it down firmly as you go
Next mark out your design in pencil, again, using your trusty spirit level.
Then comes the tape, I wasn't too fussy about getting the lengths exactly right as I trimmed the excess off with a craft knife. If you're worried about scratching your walls then a bit of measuring might be in order.
To attach the acetate bits you simply cut them to size then tape around their edges.
Keep going until you're happy with the way your wall looks!