ONE YEAR OF: WASHI TAPE CRAFTS
Remember the first time you discovered washi tape? I can. It was a heavenly moment. For a long time, I collected washi tape without doing anything with them. I just liked looking at them. Or stacking them. Or stuffing them in pretty mason jars. But since then I've discovered a few uses for washi tape, and I'm sharing those projects today as some of my favourite crafts from White House Crafts.
FAVOURITE WASHI TAPE CRAFTS FROM WHITE HOUSE CRAFTS
My washi tape clothespins, the easiest project in the world, certainly got a lot of love and attention from viewers like you:
Because I'm such a gold fanatic, I really enjoyed this project where I used glitter washi tape to dress up some plain plastic eggs for Easter:
These mini paper sacks sure got a makeover with washi in all kinds of fun shapes. They are the perfect size to give away gift cards.
With a few washi tapes and a single circle punch, you can create these five simple projects: a garland, greeting card, gift tags, envelopes, and confetti:
To kick off summer, I made this washi tape lollipop garland for my kitchen (and it's still hanging today!):
P I N M E !
Thank you so much for following along so far on this journey of One Year. If you missed the last two posts, you can catch up HERE. Next Monday, the focus is on kid's crafts. I hope you'll join me for that one too!