Amy Anderson, creator of washitapecrafts.com and the modpodgerocksblog.com, has an awesome new book, Washitapecrafts. It's packed with 110 amazing decorating and gift ideas. The projects are perfect for kids, teens, and adults.
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Washi tape is Japanese decorative paper that's easy to tear, peel, stick and re-stick. Amy's book comes with 10 rolls of tape, 18 feet each, and it has color photographs and step-by-step instructions. So, you can start creating right away!
I was going to make some cute chord labels, like Amy did on page 67. Instead, I used her label idea to create pretty pumpkin name tags for our Thanksgiving table<3
Do you have favorite washitape craft?
Some of my favorites from Amy's book are the faux wall paper & floor rug and the funky silhouette art. I can't wait to try them!
I'm linking to these awesome parties!