Washi tape is one of the greatest materials for crafting because it’s very easy to use and even a kid can work with it! Besides, it’s budget-friendly, so if you have some, let’s see what you can make for Christmas.
Those are quite lazy but pretty gift tags made with watercolor paper and washi tapes. They are quick to make and the don’t require any time to dry so they can be used within seconds of creation.
A washi tape paper chain garland is as easy as it sounds it will take you just some minutes and not much effort. Choose the colors that you like for Christmas and winter décor.
Envelope liners are the cutest. There’s something really sweet about the unexpected pop of color when you open up a card. They’re also a super easy way to add a handmade element to your Christmas greetings without needing lots of supplies and taking up too much time. These envelope liners would work with lots of different color combos and patterns and they’re a great way to use up your washi tape stash.
Make a unique Christmas tree of washi tape for the space, which doesn’t have a tree but that you want to ‘Christmassify’ a little. It’s pretty straightforward and very customizable, which makes this a DIY that doesn’t need much explanation.
While there are pretty enough ornaments to be found in various stores throughout the season, they are the same ones you can find in thousands of homes across the country. With a little imagination you can come up with your own Christmas decorations, and since they are handmade they are also usually inexpensive and unlike anything hanging on your neighbors tree. Grab some vintage cookie cutters and cover them with washi tape to receive unique ornaments.
Making an advent calendar isn’t difficult at all, and if you don’t have much time, just take colorful washi tape and clothes pins. Invite your kids to help you making the calendar!
This cutest wall hanging is made of a simple photo frame and washi tape. Choose two types of washi tape, cover the frame and then attach corresponding ornaments inside the frame. Hang it and voila!
This is another Christmas tree made of washi tape but that’s not traditional, it’s made with horizontal washi tape lines.
When you’ve reached the end of the roll of gift wrap or you fancy making your Christmas presents a little more unique, then washi tape gift wrap is just the thing. Perfect for jazzing up plain printer paper and kraft paper, it’s also a fun way to use up your washi tape stash.
Here’s the step-by-step tutorial, so you, too, can jazz up your Christmas gifts this year with some DIY gift tags, and so, you have a good excuse to nab some washi tape, too.
Spend some time with kids making washi tape ornaments and attaching them to the wall with the same tape to make your space breathe with Christmas.
At some point, no matter whether you’re a novice gift wrapper or a packaging master, you’re bound to find yourself short of paper or facing a box that’s bigger than any roll could cover. That’s where this stylish colour-block gift wrapping technique can be useful. By combining two pieces of wrapping paper, you can extend the width of a sheet up to the size you need, add washi tape to make it look awesome.