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diy: washi-tape keyboard - the most fun you'll have this week!

Supplies:
1. Washi-tape: you can find this at your local craft store or on etsy.com
2. Scissors
3. Keyboard - preferably one with flat keys
4. Time!

Directions:
1. Throughly clean keys with rubbing alcohol and a q-tip.
2. Brainstorm a pattern or create a random design.
3. Align edge with corner of key.
4. Unravel and adhere across key.
5. Snip at edge and remove.
6. Trim corners and excess.
7. Neatly re-stick to key.
8. Repeat!

We'd love to see your colorful masterpieces when you're finished! Take a photo with Instagram and tag us at #designaglow so we can see your beautiful keyboards!




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