Easy Washi Tape Gift Wrap

I recently ordered a bunch of washi tape from The Sewing Post on Etsy and I’ve been having lots of fun with it. I never bought it before because whole rolls are kind of pricey, and I wanted tons of different colors and couldn’t decide what to get. But this shop lets you buy smaller, sample spools and so I picked up 15 assorted rolls of 1 yard each for about $15. And there’s, like 220-something choices of colors and patterns. (By the way, this isn’t a sponsored post. I didn’t receive any money or free product. I just thought it was a good deal and the shipping was quick and everything, so I wanted to share a great Etsy find!)
So, anyway, our little nephew just had his first birthday party and I this is how I wrapped his gift. The washi tape adds such fun, bright pops of color to plain brown kraft wrapping paper. The bunting detail was super easy, too, made with a Sharpie and triangles of washi tape.

5 Responses to Easy Washi Tape Gift Wrap

  1. That is a brilliant way to sell washi tape! I have the same problem as you, with the addition of never being able to narrow down my favorites to an affordable amount. Am I crazy, or did you get 15 sweet little wooden spools too?? =)

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I'm Marigold and I like to make stuff. Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky! is a place where I share my love of DIY and working with my hands. You'll find projects for kids and adults that are quirky, fun, artful and functional.You can email me at marigoldhaske@gmail.com