Washi tape is all the rage, and it makes sense why! Washi tape is the best thing since mason jars in the crafting world. It comes in a variety of colors, and the tape is flexible for lining or borders. Plus, it peels away from walls without leaving too much of a sticky residue.
Spruce up a plan journal with a Washi tape accent. Plan a design, and make sure to wrap the ends of the tape on the inside of the cover. This is just to ensure that the tape stays attached for as long as possible.
If you’re in need of a quick book mark, loop some tape around the top of a paper clip. Trim the tops according to your size preference.
Add some life to your keyboard and cut 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch piece tape squares. The letters will show through, and it makes your keyboard look adorable.
Revamp some boring cork coasters. Use your favorite Washi patterns to bring some color and life to your coasters.
Use Washi tape to create a fun pattern on a mason jar (yes, see what we did there?)
The next time you’re hosting a get together, pieces of paper and Washi tape make excellently easy drink tags.
Sometimes your boring pencils need a little bit of an upgrade! Wrap the tape evenly around the pencil, for a really clean look.
DIY your own envelopes using card stock, Washi tape, and this tutorial from No Big Dill.
If you family is constantly fighting over phone charges, use Washi tape to personalize everyone’s. This is a great way to keep track of cords throughout your household.
Believe it or not, Washi tape can be used to make bows. Use this tutorial from I am Doe.