Washi tape is amazing to craft with – these are the simplest crafts ever and they can be done in a couple of minutes, and the result is cool! Today I’d like to share some DIYs of washi tape for Easter, they are all last-minute ones and you’ll enjoy making them, plus most of them can be made with your kids.
As an alternative to candy and chocolate eggs, you can fill plastic eggs with a variety of toys for your kids. To decorate the eggs, use washi tape, they will be fun, colorful and cute!
Carrots are loved by bunnies, so they are symbolic for Easter, and you can make some very cute ones using usual thread spools and washi tape in the orange color. These carrots can be used as place card holders, favors or kids’ toys.
My favourite part of Easter has to be the sudden abundance of bunnies everywhere you look. Want more bunny love? Make cool Easter bunny cards! They are made using washi tape, and then just add some cute bunny tails for fun.
Decorating Easter eggs with washi tape instead of dying is just so much cleaner and quicker — and you can make all kinds of really rad designs. It’s super fast and anyone can make that, even kids themselves! These geometric design are very simple ones, read the tutorial to make them.
Washi tape is everywhere and you can make a little treat bag project that will utilize this happily patterned tape. What’s this washi tape, you ask? It’s basically a patterned tape that is used as regular tape and/or used to decorate anything it can stick to.
If you need something to keep your boiled eggs from rolling all over the table, try making paper holders decorated with washi tape.
Want to know how to make some Easter egg décor? This décor takes about two seconds, so if you’re in a pinch for time it could be a good idea. Grab all of your washi and organize it by color groups. Choose three different tapes within one color group. These look cool in bunches, so make lots of them!
This cool Easter egg artwork is the perfect art supply for kids (and adults). It comes in an array of gorgeous colors and patterns and it’s extremely forgiving. Didn’t quite get it where you wanted it the first time? o problem, just pull it up and start again – no muss, no fuss.
These don’t require any dye though — just get some eggs, washi tape, and scissors, and go to town. Create all the patterns you like and rock them! the instructions are self-explanatory but if you want more details, read the tutorial.
Here’s a really simple technique for making washi tape shapes – perfect for crafting up your own greeting cards. Since Easter is just around the corner, it seemed like the perfect time to make Easter Egg Cards. Of course, you can use this technique to make any simple shape out of washi tape.
To welcome the season and/or Easter if you celebrate the day, here’s a card that makes use of super-popular Japanese washi tape. I totally love the pastel shades of the eggs, so spring-like! Get inspired!