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Washi tape is one of the best crafting materials as it is very easy to use and even a child can work with it! Plus, it's budget friendly. So if you have any, let's see what you can do for Christmas.
These are pretty lazy but pretty gift tags made from watercolor paper and washi tape. They're quick to make and don't take time to dry, so they can be used within seconds of being made.
A washi tape paper chain garland is as simple as it sounds. It only takes a few minutes and not a lot of effort. Choose the colors you like for Christmas and winter decorations.
Envelopes are the cutest. There's something really cute about that unexpected pop of color when you open a card. They're also a super easy way to add a handmade item to your Christmas greetings without using a lot of accessories and taking up too much time. These envelope liners work with many different color combinations and patterns and are a great way to use up your washi tape supply.
Make a unique Christmas tree out of washi tape for the room that doesn't have a tree, but that you want to "massify Christ" a little. It's pretty simple and very customizable, which makes this a DIY that doesn't need much explanation.
While there are pretty enough ornaments to be found in different stores throughout the season, the same ones can be found in thousands of homes across the country. With a little imagination, you can come up with your own Christmas decorations, and since these are handmade they are usually also inexpensive and different from anything hanging on your neighboring tree. Take some vintage cookie cutters and cover them with washi tape for unique ornaments.
It's not difficult at all to make an advent calendar. If you don't have a lot of time, just grab brightly colored washi tape and clothespins. Invite your kids to help you create the calendar!
This cutest wall hanging consists of a simple photo frame and washi tape. Choose two types of washi tape, cover the frame and apply the appropriate ornaments to the frame. Hang it up and voila!
This is another Christmas tree made from washi tape, but it's not traditional, it's made from horizontal lines of washi tape.
When you've reached the end of the gift wrap roll or want to make your Christmas gifts a little more unique, gift wrapping with washi tape is just the thing. Perfect for spicing up plain printer paper and kraft paper. It's also a fun way to run out of your washi tape supply.
Here is the step-by-step tutorial so that you too can spice up your Christmas gifts this year with some DIY gift tags. So you have a good excuse to grab some washi tape too.
Spend some time with kids making washi tape ornaments and using the same tape to attach them to the wall so your space can breathe this Christmas.
Whether you're a novice gift wrapper or a master wrapper, at some point you must face a paper shortage or a box that is bigger than each roll could cover. This is where this stylish color block gift wrapping technique can come in handy. By combining two pieces of wrapping paper, you can expand the width of a sheet to the size you want and add washi tape to make it look amazing.