If you’re like us, you will have become a little bit obsessed with Japanese washi tape and its endless crafty possibilities. If you’ve bypassed this new ingenious creation, basically tape got chic. It has the ability of making everything look colourful and cool without leaving a permanent sticky mark. If you rent your home, this is your new best friend. Here are our favourite picks from our Homemaker Washi Tape Pinterest board.
Washi tape vases
Jazz up plain vases by adding some interest to your flower displays with some washi tape stripes and hole punched polka dots.
Washi tape bunting
Make little mini bunting for a cute cake topper or a kid's birthday party.
Washi tape invites and place names
Continue the washi tape colourful theme at a party with this stripey stationery and tableware set, made by yours truly.
Washi tape Flags
Wrap washi tape around a toothpick and cut triangles out to create a flag. Use these to decorate cocktails as drink stirrers or top cupcakes and sandwiches.
Washi tape organiser flags
Use the same concept and make little flags to organise your electrical wires and leads. This alone is enough of a reason to order in rolls of washi.
Washi tape polka dot notebook
Get your stationery ready for back-to-school by decorating your notebooks with washi polka dots. We want to do this with a heart-shaped die cutter.
Washi tape noticeboard
If you need more than a notebook for your to-do's create a note-board area using a washi border. Or liven up a boring corkboard with washi stripes.
Washi tape picture frames
Decorate your walls in the same way to frame your photos in any shape or size. This is a great way of bringing a punch of colour to a room without leaving a permanent mark or hole in the wall.
Washi tape tree
Don't stop at just picture frames - get creative with some washi wall art. This tree would look great in a little one's bedroom with hooks to hang faux flowers and jewellery.
Washi tape headboard
Your washi tape creations are only limited by your imagination. Think big and make a bold feature like this city skyline as a headboard!
For more of our washi tape makes and styling ideas follow the Homemaker Pinterest Board.