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Washi Tape Crafts & Ideas

| August 24, 2012 | 27 Comments
Washi Tape

Well.. I don’t know about you, but I am a collector and subsequent horder of pretty things – including Washi Tape. Washi Tape is just too cute. And I just have to have it. All of it. So I buy Washi Tape. I ooh at my Washi Tape. And then the Washi Tape lands in my drawer. Then what? It stays there. Every so often, I take the Washi Tape out and ooh at it’s prettiness. No more. From now on, I shall CRAFT with my Washi Tape. And to help you and me along.. I have create a little round up of what sort of pretty things you can create! Hooray.

FYI: To those of you that don’t know Washi Tape – it is self adhesive tape – like cello tape with a pretty pattern on the back.

PS remember that Washi Tape comes in all colours, designs and sizes… so replace the “pretty cute” ones, with boy colours and designs and all of the below can easily be adapted for the men in your life (well.. almost all..).

And… if you cannot get hold of any washi tape – go visit the Aesthetic Nest for this lovely How to Make Washi Tape.

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washi tapeWashi Tape Gifts

Let’s beginning with the most “obvious” use of Washi Tape – and not to be forgotten or underestimated – the Washi Tape gift wrap. It really is simple. And pretty.  The Sweet Occasion shares a number of ways to gift wrap to inspire you!

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washi tapeWashi Tape Bunting Cards

How cute are these little cards? Some bias binding or string, some washi tape and a few minutes later.. a gorgeous little Birthday Card. LOVE IT! Check out The 123 Blog for more info!

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washi tapeWashi Tape Notebook

I love the simplicity of this craft – use your pretty Washi Tape and make 10s of pretty notebooks. Perfect for “back to school” or “back to work”. Or a pretty little gift to a friend! Read more from Amy Tangerine!

 

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Washi Tape Pen Holders

I do love a bit of stationery, here our own quick and simple craft – tin can washi tape pen holders. So pretty!

 

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washi tape craftsWashi Clips

Another little craft ideal for the office or stationery cupboard are these cute little Washi Clips. I particularly like the fact that Artsy Ville introduces them as “last minute”. Hooray, a quick craft too!

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washi strawsWashi Party Straws

How cute is this super duper simple idea – Washi Party Straws. Simply perfect. Craft and Creativity shares their idea.

 

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Washi Tape Washi Tape Cocktail Sticks

Make eating olives or small finger food fun with adorable little Washi Tape Cocktail Sticks. Bento Zen shares.

 

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Baskets (from Paper Plates)

I love the simplicity of this craft and the fact that you make these from the humble paper plate! Don’t they look lovely? So simple. Sarah Hearts shares a video tutorial with us.

 

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Eggs

Would you believe it? Yes, you can even decorate your Easter Eggs with Washi Tape. Whether for decoration or for eating, I think these eggs are truly Lovely Indeed. Go find out more.

 

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Food Clips

So once your party is all done and everyone has oohed and ahhed at your Washi genuis, pack away the remainder of your food in use these adorable food clips from My Sister’s Suitcase to close your bags. Perfect finish.

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Coasters

Adorable and simple. I think I will me making a few sets of these this Christmas. Aren’t these Washi Tape Coasters simply fab? Check out Design Dreams Japan for full How To and how to seal them properly!

 

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washi tapeWashi Tape Table

Actually.. why stop at coasters? Why not do a whole table the way Lady Croissant did? Wonderful. I do love stripes. I love how she calls it her Rainbow Table!

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Chair

Or if not a table how about a chair? Check out this post from Shelterness and you will find not one, but ten ideas to freshen up your interiors with Washi Tape.

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Lamp

… including this wonderful lamp, part of the Shelterness post shown about. Gorgeous. I would love to make one these today!

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Washi tapeWashi Tape Ceiling Fan

Why stop at tables and chairs and lamps? When you have CEILING FANS to decorate too! In My Own Style shares yet another great idea.

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Tea Lights

Now here is a simple and yet again totally adorable craft! Washi Tape Tea Lights. Genius. Simple and gorgeous. Would look pretty at home or make for a nice little gift. What Happened Next shares her craft.

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Washi TapeWashi Tape Wallart

Well.. was Washi Tape is indeed so pretty, it totally lends itself to some art – here you have a fabulous piece of wall art made from Washi Tape. Find full pictures and a tutorial on the wonderful Nina Invorm’s blog!

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Washi TapeMore Wall Art

Or how about this for something more modern and grown up? Fabulous wall art by Sketch 42 Blog, she shares some handy tips as to how to create your own!

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washi tape artMore Washi Tape Art by Kids

Want to get the kids involved? The Artful Parent shows us how, as she gets arty with Washi Tape and her kids. A beautiful session!

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washi tapeWashi Tape Plasters (Band Aids)

My goodness, I love how cute these DIY Washi Tape Plasters are, what a very fun idea. Eat, Love, Crafty shares this craft idea and how to and will my Pip Squeak very very happy!

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Washi Tape Washi Tape Arrow

This has to be one of my FAVOURITE washi tape ideas altogther – amazing, gorgeous DIY Arrows from Modern Kiddo. Wow, they are beautiful.

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washi tape craftsWashi Tape Roses

Well.. why would you make these, simple because you CAN! And they are pretty! And they would look great on any present.  American Craft Studios show us this fabulous little tutorial.

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  1. I LOVE the wall art, and the clips!

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    Cute, isn’t it!?

  3. What a coincidence! I’ve got a bunch of washi tapes and had been dreaming of all the things I can do. Glad to have so many ideas under one roof! Thank you for sharing :-) I Love the tea light, the wall art. I’ve thinking of decorating the walls in my daughter’s room !

  4. amber says:

    oh my so many cool ideas. I love the ceiling fan, notebooks and baskets.

  5. Red Ted Art says:

    Hooray! So pleased you ladies like the ideas!

  6. I love how cute all these projects are. I’ll have to remember this post for Christmas.

  7. Red Ted Art says:

    Oh yes, lots of Christmas gift ideas here!! Enjoy!

  8. I’ve never heard of Washi tape but I love all of these craft ideas! I’m not the craftiest person but this looks like something I could do and have it turn out nice! Thanks for the ideas!

  9. Vanessa says:

    Thanks for mentioning my coasters! Nice roundup you have here.

  10. Nicky @ Birthday Creations says:

    I have just fallen in love with Washi Tape! I must get some. Soooo many lovely ideas, but where to begin……..

  11. Bonnie says:

    Could you tell me the name of the company that made the two blue tapes you used on the can and also the red/white dot aand aqua/red floral? Love those.

  12. Tris says:

    You can also order them at http://heykessy.com/order/index.php and you can also check out other washi tapes! Hope this helps… :))

  13. Nina says:

    Washi tape is one of my favourite craft supply collection.
    I love all the DIY ideas you shared.
    I like the Washi tape fan in particular.

  14. Agnes says:

    The eggs are great, pinned them to my stuff I want to make board.

  15. Saskia says:

    How about a cross stitch washi tape mural? I found a cute one on pinterest: http://becoming-gezellig.blogspot.nl/2012/05/cross-stitch-with-washi-tape.html?m=1

    Comes with a tutorial.

  16. Farah says:

    FROM WHERE CAN I GET THESE PRINTED TAPES IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN? IF ANYONE KNOWS THAT?

  17. maria says:

    These are some great ideas! I know what you mean about having to get it, I always end up buying more than I intend to because they are all so cute and inspiring:)

  18. I’ve never actually seen washi tape but I’ve seen quiet a few G+ and Pinterest posts about it. I think it’s a great idea, stickable ribbon!! I shall keep an eye out for some next time in a crafty sort of shop.

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