DIY: Washi-fy Anything

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Lately, I have been *mildly* hoarding washi tapes and other decorative tapes. I admit, I can be an impulsive buyer sometimes…OKAY, most of the times; but only when the item is really cute! 😛 

Three deco tapes and other stuff

Three deco tapes and other stuff

I like using my birthday as an excuse to hoard random stuff. LOL

I like using my birthday as an excuse to hoard random stuff. LOL

Latest hoard. Not in the pic: two more washi tapes

Latest hoard. Not in the pic: two more washi tapes

I have a box just for them. And yes, I also have a thing for cute boxes. 😛 Please don’t judge me.

For quite some time, I don’t really want to use any of them. You know the feeling when you’re a collector and you don’t even want to unbox an item because you don’t want to  lessen its the value? That’s how I feel sometimes. But I’m not a collector and those are not just a collection. I’m a *frustrated* crafter and I’m very excited to use them to make things pretty or prettier. 🙂

As of now, I really don’t have a “major” craft project with washi tapes but I washified random stuff on my free time.

Re-use empty snack/tin cans in style with washi

Re-use empty snack/tin cans in style with washi

Put washi in your keys to identify them easily. Very useful when all your keys look the same.

Put washi on your keys to identify them easily. Very useful when your keys look the same.

Update the look  of traditional thumb tacks with washi and other deco tapes

Update the look of traditional thumb tacks with washi and other deco tapes

Make your notepad unique by covering it with deco tapes or washi. Also applicable for notebooks, journals, and books.

Make your notepad unique by covering it with deco tapes or washi. Also applicable for notebooks, journals, and books.

Surely, I’ll be using these washi and deco tapes on more items. Also, I’ll probably hoard have more washi in the near future. 😉

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