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Wonderful Washi Tape!

By jentatertots |

I am a little obsessed with Washi Tape.

Have you ever used it?

Washi Tape is Japanese decorative tapeWashi comes from wa meaning Japanese and shi meaning paper, and the term is used to describe paper made by hand in the traditional manner.

I love all of the different patterns and colors that are available in these tapes.

There are so many ways to use this colorful tape. From gift packaging ideas to home decor.

Here are a few ways that I have used Washi Tape lately:


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Make Home Decor and Craft Projects with Washi Tape.

WASHI TAPE TOPIARIES

You can buy Washi Tape online through websites like etsy.

Just think of the projects you can create with this colorful, patterned tape!

About jentatertots

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Jennifer Hadfield is a DIY and decorating trendsetter and founder of Tatertots and Jello and Refashion Files. She features design inspiration, unique how-to projects, engaging features and more – for millions of DIYers.

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5 thoughts on “Wonderful Washi Tape!

  1. Carolina {Always Expect Moore} says:

    I’ve seen all kinds of crafty projects with Washi tape… and these are super, super cute! I’ll have to get my hands on some… and then learn how to pronounce it! : )

  2. wendy says:

    Amy,

    I have never seen this stuff. My daughter is obsessed with Duct Tape right now, but this comes is such Fab. patterns. Are they similar?

    Off to check out the web site

  3. Christine says:

    Washi tape rocks! I have quite the collection…it’s very appealing to work with.

  4. Rok says:

    @Wendy: Not like duct tape–more like thin masking tape.

  5. Don YoUng says:

    Is washi tape acid free? Thank you.

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