Washi tape adds so much color and can make practically anything brighter and more fun. While I may not have as much washi tape as some, I still enjoy finding good uses for it. If you're a person who never knows what to use their washi tape for, but loves collecting it and wants to turn something bland to beautiful, then this list might come in handy for you.
Though this project is actually done with masking tape, it could be decorated with washi tape just as easily.
Washi tape can be used for so many great things, such as decorating storage or jewelry boxes. Give them away as gifts or keep them for yourself.
Clocks don't have to be all boring and look the same. Spruce them up to make them nicer to look at.
9. DIY Washi Tape Envelope
Need an envelope on hand but don't have any? You can make your own! Not only will these serve the purpose storing letters to transport, they're also much more fun and personalized than the boring ones you normally get at the store.
10. Canvas Art
You don't have to be a talented painter to make something beautiful with a canvas. Just using washi tape, you can make something people will want to hang on their walls.
11. Personalized Keys
Decorating keys can make it so much easier to recognize what each one's for, while also adding some glamour to them.
12. Fun Notebook
Many store bought notebooks can be boring and plain in color, even sometimes ugly. Adding washi tape to them can brighten them up and make them fun.
13. Binder Clips
Make binder clips unique. They could also help color code different segments of binders or when grouping papers together.
Candles are meant to create a nice atmosphere, so why not decorate them for more of one?
Using just a plain picture frame and a wooden letter, you can decorate them to make something that will stand out no matter where you hang or place it.
16. Laptop Decorating
Washi tape can be perfect for personalizing a laptop, which could otherwise be confused with others that look the same. If nothing else, they add beauty to a commonly used object.
19. Clothespins with Magnets
Attach papers to the fridge or a whiteboard easily with beautiful clothespin magnets.
20. DIY Pinwheel
I love watching pinwheels twirling in the wind, and even when they're still, they look so pretty. The link leads to a tutorial on how to make them.
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