|Washi tape is known as “masking tape” in Japan but they have brought masking tape to a whole new art form. Each roll of tape is made from rice paper and has a low adhesion, meaning you can place the pretty pieces on things and lift them off easily.
Washi Tape Addicted
Washi Tape Ideas
Where to find washi tape
Find them on Amazon, also they carry these in stationary stores, craft stores and even office supply stores. Other places to look for washi tape is on etsy, Stampington.com and also ScarlettLime.com
|Amazon has a wide selection to choose from|
5 Ideas How to Use Washi Tape
|Heidi Shaulis uses washi tape to decorate the sides of her mounted prints. Follow Heidi on instagram!|
1) Use washi tape in your mixed media art
|Blenda Tyvoll uses this technique too! You can collect this art at blendastudio.com|
2) Use washi tape to make Valentines Day cards!
|These cheery valentines by Jessica Sporn are sealed with washi tapes. Get crafty at jessicasporn.blogspot.com|
3) People use washi tape in all sorts of creative ways… like doll clothes!
|Make your own adorable doll clothing with Carolyn Dube at acolorfuljourney.com
4) My favorite washi tape usage is for decorating packages for my online art sales on etsy!
5) And of course, use it in your art journal!
|Marjie Kemper “weaves” washi tape into the backgrounds of her art journal. Check out this technique at marjiekemper.com|
|A beautiful example of using “deconstructed” washi tape to bring your art journaling to the next level by Tori Weyers.(from instagram)|
|and of course, I love using washi tape in my art journals… Learn my process →|
In Case We Haven’t Met Yet…
Hello! I’m Miriam Schulman and I create mixed media art to tell stories. I also teach other people how to craft their stories with art. I give them the techniques they need to get the results they desire which brings more joy to their lives.
My art has been published by Somerset Studio, Art of Man and the New York Times among others and collected by an international audience. When I’m not working on art in my studio, you’ll find me in a museum spending time with friends or family. Explore my art at SchulmanArt.com or join the fun at TheInspirationPlace.net