5 things to do with Washi Tape

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Hello everyone! I’m so excited about this post! (as you can tell, i’m using Canva, upon recommendation I really like it! what do you guys think?) I used to get washing tape for Christmas a few years ago and it would just sit on my desk, and i wouldn’t know what to do with it. It doesn’t really stick as well as Scotch tape, or any clear tape, because it’s a Paper tape. Today, If you’re like i was and don’t know what to do with it, I’ll show you 5 things to do with Washi tape.

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Seal letters with it! I Write a lot of letters to Friends, and sometimes just a plain Envelope seems a little boring, so I use Washi Tape! Besides, it adds a little color, and it helps hold your letter in better, so it’s sort of a Win – Win!

 

You can also use the coloring tape. (Sorry, i’m not quite sure what it’s called, but  you can get it at Target) I used my Gold oil Pen on this one, But if you don’t have anything like that, I would used a sharpie. Some markers and things don’t work.

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Make Cards with it. I found that if you ever run out of postcards, Notecards, or want something different that just paper, Washi Tape Postcards and Notecards are cute, too! I put clear Tape over this to make sure the Washington Tape would stick. But I’m probably not going to do that again because you ca- HAHAHA! I just realized Auto-Correct said “Washington Tape”! I would’ve just erased that, but it was to funny ((: Anyway… As I was saying: Clear Tape sort of (even though it’s clear) It sot of muffled-out the color (Bottom left pink tape)

This is the back of the Postcard. I like how it turned out. (My lines ittle crooked, though.)I’m, pretty soon, Going to try a Notecard or something like that. (The difference in a Post card and A Notecard is that a Postcard is just the front and the back, and you don’t put it in an envelope and a Notecard is Folded and it does go in and envelope.)

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Write names with it. I like to do this and send it to Friends. (this isn’t the way i spell Ally, By the way. That’s as far as I could get with the little piece of paper I had(:  )

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Underlining with it. I love to use it for Bullet Journaling and such. Instead of I like to underline the upcoming things with it. It’s also fun for Calendars!

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This is one of my favorites. Bookmarks! If you read a lot, like I do, you love bookmarks. I was playing around with my Washi tape the other day and came up with this. They’re cute and easy.

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I used watercolor paper, so it wouldn’t bend, but you can use construction paper or something like that.

You can cut it into whatever shape you want, but I chose to cut it on the smaller side.

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You pick which tape you want. (I guess you could to multiple ones, if you want.)

Here it is!

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If you want, when you’re finished with one, you can cut a design.

Here’s some with designs.

I used the Hot-Glue gun to glue on some studs and stuff.

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These are all the ones that I made.

I hope you liked this post! Stay tuned for more! Bye!

~theJunebugblog

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