Easy Crafts That Illustrate The Fascinating Power Of Washi Tape

There are tons of ways in which you can add color to your home with DIY washi tape projects.  They range from very simple to very complex, from cute and colorful to minimalist and elegant and they’re all really fun to try. The next 13 washi tape crafts are super simple and you can complete them in just a few minutes.

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Make your wooden spoons look a bit more attractive by adding a few colorful accents. Choose whatever kind of washi tape you prefer. It can be simple or patterned and you can combine as many colors as you want. Wrap the tape around the spoons and at the end you can also glue on a few colorful embellishments.{found on dreamsiclesisters}.

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You can use washi tape to decorate but also to organize your phone chargers. If there are multiple chargers in the house, you can give each one a different identity using different colors and prints. Wrap washi tape around the chargers leaving the cords exposed. This way they’re also easier to find.{found on shakentogetherlife}.

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Make your own beautiful coasters using plain white tiles and washi tape. You can create all sorts of patterns and designs and combine the patterns and colors in lots of interesting ways. Sure, they won’t last forever but when they get damaged you can remove the tape and start the whole process all over again.{found on oneartsymama}.

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When planning a party, you can use washi tape to decorate the glasses, bottles or make decorations for the table. And here’s a really practical idea: stick a piece of tape on each plastic glass so each person can write their name on it.

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Another lovely for a party is to make washy tape banners. Sure, they’d be tiny but you can find all sorts of cute and fun ways to use them such as to decorate a tiny cake or the treats for example.{found on agoldenafternoon}.

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Turn washi tape into wall art. You can make these origami-inspired birds and they’d look lovely on your bedroom wall. It should only take a few minutes to complete the whole project and you’ll instantly see the difference.{found on craftifair}.

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Create the illusion of a headboard with washi tape and make it interesting. It’s also a form of wall art for the bedroom and it can take numerous different forms. You can choose to include one or more colors or go for a simple look using black tape.

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You could decorate your candles with patterned washi tape and, if you really want to make everything from scratch, you could even make your own candles using natural soy wax shavings, cored candle wick, wick tabs and tin spice containers.{found on designfixation}.

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Cover your light switch plates with washi tape to make them stand out in a colorful and fun way. You can match the tape to some other décor accents in the room such as the pillows on the sofa, the carpet, etc.{found on tinkerwiththis}.

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Spruce up your kitchen and add a bit of pizzazz to the cabinets with washi tape. You can pick a simple and cute pattern such as black and white polka dots or maybe you’d like something a bit more colorful.

Washi tape storage ideas.

Well, all the projects are cute and fun and adorable but, once you’re done with them, you’ll have a bunch of leftover washi tape rolls and nowhere to store them. So here a few ideas that might help.

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Store your washi tape collection in a wooden box and add two dowel rods to hold the rolls. Mark where you want the dowels to be placed and gouge out about halfway through the wood using a router. Trim the dowels down to size and fit them inside the box.{found on thescrapshoppeblog}.

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A wooden shutter can be just what you need. You can turn it into the perfect washi tape storage solution. All you need are a bunch of paper clips which you turn into hooks. You can also make tiny labels using a piece of tape from each roll so you know where to place each one.{found on craftingintherain}.

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A wooden floor grate could also be ideal. Just fill it up with all your washi tape rolls. A simple way of organizing them all using very little space.{found on crabandfish}.