Tutorial: Washi Tape Frames

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I had received this idea from various blog posts that I’ve seen online and thought that it would be the perfect gift.  I love displaying pictures, especially black and white ones.  Therefore when you have a colorful frame, it definitely brings out the brightness and contrast of the black and white photo.

This project is pretty simple and even children could do it.  All you need is a wooden frame (I bought mine at Hobby Lobby), washi-type tape…decorative tape (Archivers), and scissors.  Yep, that’s it.  :)

Start by placing one strip across the edge of the frame.  Depending on the pattern on your tape, when you place the next strip you may have to go the opposite direction.

Basically, you just keep going until the whole frame is completely covered.  :)

Here’s another example that I did.  :)  This one was a little more difficult because of the pattern.

Ta-da!  :)

9 Responses to Tutorial: Washi Tape Frames

  1. Very cute, Plucky!
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  3. You did a great job with these frames.

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  4. Very cute frames! I love washi tape!
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  5. Jodi says:

    Love this unique and fun idea. I actually got a gift with an unfinished frame so maybe I will washi it up :)stopping by from chase the star

  6. Clare says:

    I just treated myself to some washi tape and was looking for ideas to use it. This is so sweet and simple! Thanks for the inspiration.:)

  7. Katie says:

    Hi Plucky, Happy New Year! Thank you for sharing your pacifier clips with us on A Crafty Soiree last week. I've been meaning to try covering some frames with washi tape, have it on my to do project list. Glad to know they should turn out super cute just like yours did! I've featured your project in this week's new A Crafty Soiree, it will be up at midnight EST tonight. Please come by and join us again!

  8. So cute, Jess! Thanks for sharing at the Humble Brag!

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