These washi tape crafts are absolutely gorgeous!
I can’t wait to start making some. You can make so many boring things beautiful with just a little bit of this stuff. It’s genius for upcycling.
Are you not sure what washi tape is? Well, it is made from Japanese rice paper and is thinner than regular masking tape. It comes in lots of fun designs and colors and is the perfect craft supply!
15 Gorgeous Washi Tape Crafts
Bookmark – This might be the prettiest way to mark a page in a book I’ve ever seen! via Zakka Life
Light Switch Cover – Give your light switch a little pop of color with washi tape. via Washi Tape Crafts
Wall Art – Create a piece of wall art with your initial on it. This would be really cute in a nursery. via Living Locurto
Picture Frame – Make a personalized photo frame by adding your favorite colors of washi tape. via Bombshell Bling
Glass Vase – A plain glass vase turned beautiful center piece just by adding a little washi tape! via Decor8
Dry Erase Frame – Leave messages for your family with this small dry erase frame that only costs $1. via I Heart Naptime
Wrapped Pencils – Grab some regular brown pencils and use tape to design them yourself. via My Craftily Ever After
Coffee Mug – Take a plain white coffee mug and fancy it up a little bit with tape. via Darby Smart
Lego Duplos – Make your Legos even more fun by adding pops of color with washi tape. via No Time For Flash Cards
Kids Rainbow Craft – This easy kids craft is so bright and colorful! via I Heart Crafty Things
Mini Pallet Coasters – Use popsicle sticks and washi tape to make these DIY coasters that look like miniature pallets. via Washi Tape Crafts
Upcycled Mint Tins – These tiny tins are perfect for holding your bobby pins or other odds and ends that get lost at the bottom of your purse. via DIY Candy
Popsicle Stick Frame – This easy craft is an adorable way to showcase a photo. via Eighteen 25
Wooden Bracelets – Turn craft sticks into bracelets! Love this idea. via Mama Miss
Tea Lights – You will love how pretty your tealight candles look once you’ve covered them in washi tape! via Adventure in Making
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