I love Washi tape. Have you ever seen it or used it? It’s pretty fun.
Washi tape is a low tack, slightly translucent, patterned tape. It’s originally from Japan. It comes in a wide variety of colors, patterns and widths. A lot of scrapbookers have fallen in love with the stuff, but have no idea how to use it.
If you just think about Washi tape as a shape (a long thin line) ideas for how to use it will start occurring to you right off the bat.
Cut the ends at angles to make arrows and banners:
Make a frame around the outside of your picture:
Cover shapes with washi:
That should get you started on thinking about ways to use washi tape. Later this week, I’ll link you up to a couple classes that you absolutely should buy, because they are jam packed with ideas to get washi tape out of your stash and onto your page.