DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

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DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

This creepy glow in the dark hand is the perfect DIY addition to add to your .

This project takes approximately 15-20 minutes. You can try wrapping your own hand, but it’s definitely easier to borrow a friend’s hand.

Step 1. WRAPPING THE HAND- Always start with the sticky side of the tape facing OUT, otherwise the tape will stick to your model and will be harder to remove. Place a straw against the wrist and palm of the hand as shown. This will keep the tape from getting too tight and help when removing the tape at the end. Hold the end of the tape in place with one hand, while wrapping the tape around the wrist with the other hand. Leave at least an inch of the straw exposed at the bottom. Overlap the tape, so that it sticks to itself. This will make it easier to wrap the rest of the hand.

Step 2. Continue wrapping the tape up the wrist, sticky side out. Remember, make sure not to wrap the tape too tight or your model will be uncomfortable.

Step 3. When you get to the hand, wrap the tape across the palm and around the thumb, similar to how you might wrap a hand with a bandage.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Step 4. Keep wrapping until the palm is covered.

Step 5. The back of the hand should be covered as well. You can add more tape in spots that are still uncovered, making sure to keep the sticky side facing out.

Step 6. Next, start wrapping the index finger. The fingers will be tricky, the tape is sticky and the fingers are close together. Use the scissors as you are wrapping to cut any tape that sticks to itself.

Step 7. Finish wrapping all the fingers until everything on the hand is covered with tape. It might appear messy at this point but that will be fixed in the next step.

Step 8. Repeat steps 2-8, this time with the sticky part of the tape facing in. You can cut the tape into smaller pieces to get into the areas around the fingers. When you are finished, the hand should no longer be sticky.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Step 9. REMOVING THE HAND FROM THE TAPE- If possible, you should let the model do this step. Insert the scissors into the end of the straw and cut carefully along the straw.

Step 10. Continue cutting the tapped hand apart, until the model can slide their hand out, you will use the tape to fix the cut seam.

Step 11. Use the masking tape to put the hand back together and fix any places the might be coming undone, especially around the fingers.

Step 12. The hand is complete. You can use this wrapping technique on other parts of the body, like your feet. Add a glow stick inside the hand for a creepy effect. You can also create a zombie rising from it’s grave.

Congratulations! You made it through this DIY! If you’re still missing some components for the perfect Halloween, head over to the to browse through decorations and party supplies that will bring your haunted house back from the dead.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Give your friends a hand and share this simple pinnable guide on a Halloween DIY board.

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DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

This creepy glow in the dark hand is the perfect DIY addition to add to your .

This project takes approximately 15-20 minutes. You can try wrapping your own hand, but it’s definitely easier to borrow a friend’s hand.

Step 1. WRAPPING THE HAND- Always start with the sticky side of the tape facing OUT, otherwise the tape will stick to your model and will be harder to remove. Place a straw against the wrist and palm of the hand as shown. This will keep the tape from getting too tight and help when removing the tape at the end. Hold the end of the tape in place with one hand, while wrapping the tape around the wrist with the other hand. Leave at least an inch of the straw exposed at the bottom. Overlap the tape, so that it sticks to itself. This will make it easier to wrap the rest of the hand.

Step 2. Continue wrapping the tape up the wrist, sticky side out. Remember, make sure not to wrap the tape too tight or your model will be uncomfortable.

Step 3. When you get to the hand, wrap the tape across the palm and around the thumb, similar to how you might wrap a hand with a bandage.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Step 4. Keep wrapping until the palm is covered.

Step 5. The back of the hand should be covered as well. You can add more tape in spots that are still uncovered, making sure to keep the sticky side facing out.

Step 6. Next, start wrapping the index finger. The fingers will be tricky, the tape is sticky and the fingers are close together. Use the scissors as you are wrapping to cut any tape that sticks to itself.

Step 7. Finish wrapping all the fingers until everything on the hand is covered with tape. It might appear messy at this point but that will be fixed in the next step.

Step 8. Repeat steps 2-8, this time with the sticky part of the tape facing in. You can cut the tape into smaller pieces to get into the areas around the fingers. When you are finished, the hand should no longer be sticky.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Step 9. REMOVING THE HAND FROM THE TAPE- If possible, you should let the model do this step. Insert the scissors into the end of the straw and cut carefully along the straw.

Step 10. Continue cutting the tapped hand apart, until the model can slide their hand out, you will use the tape to fix the cut seam.

Step 11. Use the masking tape to put the hand back together and fix any places the might be coming undone, especially around the fingers.

Step 12. The hand is complete. You can use this wrapping technique on other parts of the body, like your feet. Add a glow stick inside the hand for a creepy effect. You can also create a zombie rising from it’s grave.

Congratulations! You made it through this DIY! If you’re still missing some components for the perfect Halloween, head over to the to browse through decorations and party supplies that will bring your haunted house back from the dead.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Give your friends a hand and share this simple pinnable guide on a Halloween DIY board.

CategoriesSelect CategoryDecoration IdeasDIY Costume AccessoriesDIY CostumesDIY MakeupDo It YourselfFree PrintablesHorror MakeupListsMiscellaneous MakeupOther ResourcesPopular Characters MakeupWHC News

Archives Select Month July 2019 May 2019 April 2019 March 2019 February 2019 January 2019 December 2018 November 2018 October 2018 September 2018 August 2018 July 2018 April 2018 March 2018 February 2018 October 2017 September 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 December 2016 November 2016 October 2016 September 2016 August 2016 July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 December 2014 November 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 January 2013 December 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011

© 2019 Wholesale Halloween Costumes Blog.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

This creepy glow in the dark hand is the perfect DIY addition to add to your .

This project takes approximately 15-20 minutes. You can try wrapping your own hand, but it’s definitely easier to borrow a friend’s hand.

Step 1. WRAPPING THE HAND- Always start with the sticky side of the tape facing OUT, otherwise the tape will stick to your model and will be harder to remove. Place a straw against the wrist and palm of the hand as shown. This will keep the tape from getting too tight and help when removing the tape at the end. Hold the end of the tape in place with one hand, while wrapping the tape around the wrist with the other hand. Leave at least an inch of the straw exposed at the bottom. Overlap the tape, so that it sticks to itself. This will make it easier to wrap the rest of the hand.

Step 2. Continue wrapping the tape up the wrist, sticky side out. Remember, make sure not to wrap the tape too tight or your model will be uncomfortable.

Step 3. When you get to the hand, wrap the tape across the palm and around the thumb, similar to how you might wrap a hand with a bandage.

DIY Masking Tape Hand Prop

Step 4. Keep wrapping until the palm is covered.

Step 5. The back of the hand should be covered as well. You can add more tape in spots that are still uncovered, making sure to keep the sticky side facing out.

Step 6. Next, start wrapping the index finger. The fingers will be tricky, the tape is sticky and the fingers are close together. Use the scissors as you are wrapping to cut any tape that sticks to itself.

Step 7. Finish wrapping all the fingers until everything on the hand is covered with tape. It might appear messy at this point but that will be fixed in the next step.

Step 8. Repeat steps 2-8, this time with the sticky part of the tape facing in. You can cut the tape into smaller pieces to get into the areas around the fingers. When you are finished, the hand should no longer be sticky.

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