Have you been bitten by the washi tape bug? We certainly have and can't help ourselves from stocking the Shoppe with lots of colors and patterns of washi tape.
So, what is washi tape? Washi tape has its origins in Japan and refers to tapes made from Japanese rice paper. Over the past few years the term has expanded to include decorative paper tape that comes in a wide variety of manufacturers, widths, colors and patterns.
So , what can you do with washi tape? Washi tape can be used in a variety of ways - from the simple envelope embellishment on a birthday card to a friend to more complex mixed media projects.
Above are just a couple of the pins that we have on our "Wonderful Washi" Pinterest Board. Click here for more inspiration.
At CHA this past January, Little B displayed a wide assortment of solid colored paper tape. What a great way to do paper mosaic crafts, especially with kids. By using paper tape it eliminates the need for messy glue. Check out our Paper Mosaic Pinterest Board for more inspiration. Once you are inspired, stop by P&P to pick up some supplies. We just got a ton of colors of the solid tape in stock and it's priced at only $2 a roll. Plus, don't forget to share with us what creative project you made!
Palette & Paper's blog is written by creative team member, Kimberly.
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