So, you may have heard of washi tape or you may want to know what is washi tape
1. Car Track
You don’t need to go out and purchase an expensive car track rug or even
an expensive play table as you can create your own car track using
washi tape. All you have to do is use the washi tape directly on the
floor and design your own car track. Use different colours of washi
tapes to create lots of different types of roads for your children to
explore. Once your children get bored of it, you can simply lift it up
off of the floor.
Take some standard sharpened pencils, a pair of scissors and
3. Dolls House
If you have an old bookcase then you can redesign this into a
4. Chalkboard Schedule
If you don’t have a spare chalkboard but you want to create something similar then you’ll need to get some chalkboard paper. Cut this out into the shape of a chalkboard and attach this to the wall. You may write on it with a chalk and use the washi tape to highlight important information. If you don’t have any chalkboard paper, you can always buy Chalkboard washi tape (what else?) and just tape up the area you want to use as a chalkboard! After that, you can decorate the borders with more colourful tapes and start using it for your notices or for the kids to start drawing!
5. Pen Case
Using an empty cardboard toilets tube, you can create some beautifully
decorated bracelets or cuffs. Cut the toilet tube to size and decorate
with the washi tape.
6. Wall Mural
Use a projector to create a silhouette onto a wall of whatever
7. Phone Covers
Even though there are so many phone covers available to purchase,
8. Hand Print
An easy but adorable craft project. On a piece of card, trace around
your child’s hand. Now cut out the hand print and using washi tape, lay
strips across the handprint which overlap the sides of the handprint.
Now turn the handprint over and use a craft knife to remove any excess
washi tape. Finally, select another piece of card and mount your
handprint onto this card. You could also add a frame using the washi
tape as a finishing touch.
Here we have provided you with only 8 crafting ideas that you can
enjoy completing with your children. This is just the tip of the iceberg
and if you hunt around, you will soon see that there are so many crafts
that you can do with your kids using washi tape.