Spring Washi Tape Project Ideas

We don’t know about you, but washi tape is still a pretty new concept to us. What is washi tape, you ask? Washi tape is a new crafting item that originated from Japan. Similar to duct tape, it is sticky on one side, and patterned on the other. They come in a variety of patterns, and colors, and have a million and one different uses.

We found a few uses of washi tape that we wanted to share with everyone! They look so fun to try! Since they come in so many different colors, they are perfect for spring. Here are some of our favorite ideas from some crafty bloggers!


Via Landee See Landee Do


Via Shaken Together Life

We love this idea from Landee See Landee Do and Shaken Together life, where they used washi tape to differentiate charger cords.


Via Poppytalk/Minifanfan Eng

Washi tape also makes fun keyboard stickers like this one via Poppytalk.

Via Inspired to Share

Inspired to Share used washi tape to decorate plain planters.

Via Washi Tape Crafts

DIY your own phone case with different patterns of washi tape like this one from Washi Tape Crafts. We love the color scheme they used.

Via Huffington Post

Check out this serving platter from Huffington post with a fun washi tape stripe pattern.

There are so many more projects we can try using washi tape. This is just the surface! We see a part 2 coming up in the future really soon šŸ˜‰ Let us know what you’d do with washi tape in the comments below!

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