Washi Tape Stickers

washi tape stickers

Hey Doodlers! Today’s craft, washi tape stickers, can be used to decorate anything, from school supplies to switch plates to Mother’s Day cards. Let’s get started:

washi tape stickers

Materials:

Washi tape

A square of wax paper

Shaped hole punch

Scissors

1. Cover the wax paper in washi tape. Make sure each strip of tape overlaps the strips next to it. Otherwise, your stickers will fall apart.

2. Trim the edges of the wax paper.

3. Using the shaped hole punch, punch out your stickers. To make sure I didn’t waste too much washi tape, I punched around the outside of my wax paper square, and then cut off the used outline. I repeated this until I reached the middle of the square.

To use your stickers, just peel off the wax paper backing. These stickers are incredibly easy to make, and have so many uses!

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Have a great day 🙂

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27 thoughts on “Washi Tape Stickers

  1. I made giant washi tape stickers a while ago. What ever you do do not stick them to your wall! I’d seen loads of cool washi tape wall art and thought I’d give it a go. When you take them down again the paint will be a different (darker) colour underneath.

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