Tagged with Do it yourself

Warped to Washi

Warped to Washi

What am I going to do with the warped cover of a new day trip planner?  Ok, I bought it a year ago so it’s not totally new. The glue could have succumbed to our humid weather here. My first thought was to glue it back. But in a snap of a second, like a … Continue reading

Washi Tape Christmas Garland

Check out the tutorial on Washi Tape Christmas Garland  by Expatria, Baby. Cut washi tape into two strips, one about 8 inches long, the other about 7.5 inches. Adhere the strips to one another, leaving a bit of the sticky side of one tape exposed. Now get looping. Make your loop. Close it. Repeat. Attach your … Continue reading

Evidence Page

Evidence Page

One item on my “12 before 2012” is to “Create Evidence pages when you get new materials”. According to iHanna blog, an evidence page is a page in your Art Journal or notebook where you break out new stuff. My first thought is my collection of washi tapes aka Japanese masking tapes, which I grouped them according to their … Continue reading

Pocket Envelope Folder

Pocket Envelope Folder

I’m inspired to try making a Pocket Envelope Folder after reading hello sandwich blog. Since I’m not in Tokyo, there’s no way I could learn to do it at her workshop. I could only make it based on what I see. Will update with my own version soon 🙂

DIY: Washi Tape Christmas Tree

DIY: Washi Tape Christmas Tree

If you don’t have space for a Christmas tree this year, why not check out Omiyage blog on DIY: Washi Tape Christmas Tree. Related articles Advent Calendar (provisionshop.wordpress.com)

DIY: Washi Tape Art

DIY: Washi Tape Art

Check out this blog in my namesake 🙂 Sarah Hearts – Washi Tape Art – Daily Design Inspiration Instead of painting on canvases, use washi tape to create great simple geometric patterns. It’s a quick and simple project. Related articles Upcycled Jars From Chocolate to Jewelry Christmas Gift Wrapping – Wooden Peg