Monday, September 2, 2013

DIY: Washi Tape Letter {and key covers}

Remember when I included washi tape on My Wish List? Well, I finally started my collection! and I already started doing some washi tape DYI's :) Today I'm going to show you the first two things I've done.

 

For the Washi Tape Letter, I bought a decoration letter at Kmart for $2.50, and the washi tape at Office Max for $1.00. So, you can make this Washi Tape Letter for less than $4.00. 

Materials


Wood letter
Washi tape
Scissors (or a X-acto Knife)


Photo Tutorial



Step by Step


Step 1: start covering the letter with the washi tape.


Step 2: do not cut the tape at the middle, keep covering the letter until the end. That way, the design won't get mess up. (It all depends on the washi tape design).


Step 3: keep covering the letter with the washi tape. Be sure to follow the tape design.


Step 4: cover the entire letter with the washi tape, as shown in the photo.


Step 5: turn the letter around and cut the excess of the washi tape.


The Results



You can hang your Washi Tape Letter at your bedroom door...


You can place it on you night table, or on your desk!


Did you like it? I made this letter for my bedroom door but now, both of my sisters want one for their doors :)

Now, for the Washi Tape Key Covers, you just need washi tapes and a X-acto Knife. Follow the same steps as for the letter but, you need to cover the key on both sides. You need to do one side first, and then the other one.


Did you liked these DIY's? Are you also addicted to washi tape? Share with me your washi tape projects! I would love to keep making projects with those beautiful tapes :)
            

14 comments:

  1. These were great DIY projects. I thought the letter would have been super hard to do but you made it very simple, I might actually try it now lol :)

    Cassie
    http://southeastbymidwest.com

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    1. Thanks Cassie!! Lol. Actually, it was very simple to do. The hardest part was cutting the excess of the washi tape with scissors. If you use a X-acto knife, it will be easier. Let me know if you try it :)

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  2. Very Cute. I think you are hooked for sure!

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    1. Thanks Brenna! Yes, I am!! :) Remember when I told you I felt like I wanted to sew everything? Well... now I feel the same way about the washi tape. Lol. I can't wait for my next washi tape project!

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  3. Loveee the keys!! Absolutely pinning this to remember!!

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  4. I never really heard of washi tape but now I need to hunt for it. I definitely need to do the key one because many of our keys look the same and this would be super helpful!

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    1. I have 3 keys that look exactly the same. The key covers helped me a lot!

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  5. I will have to do this to my house key, because it always gets lost on my key ring! This would help distinguish it a little more!

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    1. Yea, it has definitely helped me distinguish them :)

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  6. I love all these ideas! I definitely should do it to help distinguish my keys.

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    1. Thanks Katie! :) and yes, trust me, it will help you :)

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  7. Needed too copy house key for in-laws and husband got plain ugly key. This will let me give an unique key so they know it is for our house!

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    1. Definitely a great idea so the can recognize them :)

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