As promised on Monday, I’m back with some fabulous ideas for washi tape. During my research (aka searching Pinterst) I discovered tons of unique ideas and uses. I was amazed and inspired. While I didn’t get the chance to play around with my tape (seriously, where did this week go!?) I do what to share my top ten washi tape inspired projects.

To make this post a resource for anyone looking for fun washi tape projects, at the bottom, I included an area for you to link up your projects. Please limit your link ups to washi tape inspired projects only. We’ll have another ‘completely random link up party’ for all your other fab creations soon.

I also created an ‘i washi tape‘ pinterest board where I will be pinning your link up as well as other projects.

Let’s get this show on the road!

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ONE: First, love these little flags/pendants. Seriously couldn’t get easier. Great to decorate a cake, an indoor house plant, or to add some whimsy to your pencil cup!

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{click here for source and how-to}

TWO: Need to better organize your calendar? No problem! Grab some wash tape.

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{click here for source and how-to}

THREE: Want to make your business card stand out? Add a little pattern and color with tape.

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{click here for source and how-to}

FOUR: Add some uniqueness and organization to plan manilla folders.

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{click here for source and how-to}

FIVE: Throwing a themed party or a special dinner? Have a color palette for the party but only have white serving ware? No problem. Add that pop of color and little flare with some tape.

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{click here for source and how-to}

SIX: Create quick and easy bunting.

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 {click here for source and how-to}

SEVEN: Make plain white wrapping paper fabulous. And, embellish plain labels with coordinating tape.

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{click here for source and how-to}

EIGHT: Create some snazzy pattern clothes pins, then make them into a wreath.

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{click here for source and how-to}

NINE: Turn unexciting paper plates into adorable little baskets.

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{click here for source and how-to}

TEN: Give your pumpkins a modern twist with fun, colorful and graphic patterns.

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{click here for source and how-to}

Still not enough inspiration? Have no fear! I found this source which has over 100+ wash tape ideas. It kind of blows my 10 out of the water, right?

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Just visit this post here from Mel Stampz. It should keep your busy for a while.

That’s all I have for your today. Now it’s your turn. Link up your washi tape projects below. I’ll be featuring them on Pinterest and Facebook throughout the weekend.

Wishing you all a fun and enjoyable weekend!

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  • HoosierHomemade at

    I have only used Washi Tape a couple times, but love how easy it is and how many different projects there are.
    Thanks for hosting!
    ~Liz

  • Art and Sand at

    Thank you so much for this great post. I have lots of different washi tapes and now I have some great ideas for using it.

  • Randi~Dukes and Duchesses at

    What a great idea for a linky party … I’ll spend my Saturday morning pinning ideas! Thanks for hosting!

  • Brandi at

    Hey Michael! Can’t wait to see what you do with your tape. Thank you for hosting.

  • Kim @ NewlyWoodwards at

    I love the bunting an flags. Do
    Cute. And I can see those decorating your shoppe. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

  • Kathy Moody at

    What a great party!! I love using Washi tape, and the inspiring links are wonderful. Thank you so much for hosting. 🙂

  • Shannon at

    I was about to link up the cake with the washi bunting but then I realized the post is on your blog! Ha! So I had to dig up my only other use of the stuff, last year’s advent calendar. But I’m excited to see all the ideas because I bought some for Gabe’s birthday party and it’s definitely going to be used to stretch my budget for cutesy stuff.

  • soitwasweekend at

    Aww! This is so inspiring!
    I definitely have to see, where I can buy these here in Germany. Preferably somewhere close by…

  • Samantha at

    LOVE. This. POST. Thanks for taking the time to find some washi awesome-ness!

  • Susan @ homeroad.net at

    I love Washi Tape. I use it for everything! I even bought more yesterday after seeing what you bought Michael!
    Susan
    Homeroad.net

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