Inspiring Uses Of Washi Tape
Use Washi Tape To Create Mini Bunting
Following on from the technique used to make Washi Tape paperclips, add your pennant tape to a piece of baker’s twine to create little bunting! Why not pop this bunting onto wooden skewers to act as a cake topper?
Use Washi Tape In Cardmaking
Washi tape is so versatile that it’s the perfect accessory to have on hand when cardmaking.
Use your Washi tapes to create full backgrounds in different formations – stripes, checks, plaid, chevrons. Punch or die-cut washi pieces to create small patterned embellishments or use it to build designs as shown below with this fantastic Christmas tree!
Why not take it one step further and add decorative touches to gift wrap using Wash tape?
Used Custom Washi Tape For Labels
Although Washi tape is designed to add decorative touches, it’s also extremely practical, and low-tack which is great for adding and removing to a variety of surfaces.
Have you tried using Washi tape to create labels for household or crafty supplies as Lou has done here? Experiment with different tape and pens to get the desired look for your space!
Wooden pins are also very versatile and can be used in a variety of different projects, including cabinetry, furniture-making, and even in the construction of wooden toys and puzzles. They can be used to connect two pieces of wood at right angles, to secure joints, or to provide additional support.
In addition to their practical uses, wooden pins are also a great choice for crafting and decorating projects. They can be stained or painted to match the surrounding wood, or they can be left in their natural state for a rustic look. They can be used to create decorative elements, such as pins or pegs, or they can be used to secure fabric or other materials to a piece of wood.