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15 USES FOR WASHI TAPE


15 USES FOR WASHI TAPE

Washi tape is made from natural fibers, such as bamboo or hemp, but most commonly from the bark of trees that are native to Japan — the mulberry, the mitsumata shrub or the gampi tree. Most washi tapes are strong (as strong as duct tape in some cases!) and functional as well as pretty, making them wonderful for both daily  and decorative use.

1.     Create quick and easy bunting.



2.     Make plain white wrapping paper fabulous. And, embellish plain labels with coordinating tape.



3.     Washi Tape Wooden Spoons



4.     Create some snazzy pattern clothes pins



5.     Washi Tape Napkin Rings



6.     Washi Tape Notebook



7.     Temporary Wall Décor



8.     Keyboard  personalization



9.     Want to make your business card stand out? Add a little pattern and color with tape.




10.     Washi Tape Toy Car Track



11.   Washi Tape Phone Case



12.   Washi Tape Twist Ties



13.   Washi Tape Cork Board



14.   Washi Tape Necklace



15.   Give your pumpkins a modern twist with fun, colorful and graphic patterns.



 

To get washi tape for your craft projects: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThirdEarDear?section_id=13725242

14 comments:

  1. I absolutely LOVE washi tape. It has so many possible uses, and it's just flat out FUN. =0)
    ~Kim
    PS - Come and join us at Meet & Greet and link up your blog.
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    PPS - I featured your fimo ring on my blog today!

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  2. its also very inexpensive and budget friendly, so if you are a nesting mom like me and kim, washi tape is for you! I also did a project which is not posted here but I used wahi tape on my venetian blinds to add color to my boring venetian blinds. I live in a building in sf where window décor is not allowed, they didn't say anything about venetian blinds =)

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  3. Great Article. I have always wondered what washi tape was actually used for. Now I know. Thinking about getting a sampler pack to play with now. Thanks for such great information and wonderful ideas. Really enjoyed learning something new : ))

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    1. thanks leah! I actually include washi paper cupcake toppers with my orders, just a toothpickl and washi tape with scissors =) you can even write a little "Thank you" on them!

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  4. I have been hesitant to try it out because I didn't really know what I could use it for, so I really love this!

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    1. thanks Ashley! I decorate my phone with washi tape , the great thing about is is it is removeable once I get tired of it. ....or you could just use it as tape=) visit my shop for washi tapes https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThirdEarDear?ref=si_shop, see you there!

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  5. I love all the neat things you can do with washi tape. It comes in endless patterns and colors. These selections are fantastic! I am stopping by via Kim's blog. :)

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    1. thanks val! I know, washi tape has been my newest obsession...I am also one of those that haven't heard of washi tape until recently. pretty inexpensive too!

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  6. If you take it off, does it leave a sticky residue?

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    1. no, it doesn't ...much like masking tape without the mess it leaves =) I love it with different colors and patterns too =)

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  7. Because of this great story I am already starting my newest obsession. Look OUT.
    ; D

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    1. LOL! it really is addicting =)
      #dothewashi

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  8. I discovered 2 new uses for it, it can be used to stick reminders to the wall and when you are done, it comes right off =)
    it can also be "pretend bandaid " for dolls and stuffed animals

    (the last one probably pertains to moms and babysitters LOL)

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