Since the month of March is National Crafting Month, let’s take a moment and look at something a little different here. Looking for ways to use your Washi Tape has never been easier.
I thought about using wooden disks, however, that would have meant a trip to the big box store and frankly, I needed to use my time wisely’
I found that my circle punches needed a little workout and were perfect in that I could use different sizes to change things up a bit.
- Washi Tape
- Whiteboard from Designer Series Paper pack
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue
- Paper Snips
- Scrap cardstock in coordinating color of Washi Tape
Step 1-Grab a piece of whiteboard from your Designer Series Paper Pack.
Step 2- Punch 4 circles with your Circle Punch. Sizes can vary. Here I used a 1″ Circle Punch
Step 3 – Adhere the circles together making sure all edges are even.
Step 4 – Attach Washi Tape to the center portion as shown, overlapping about 1/2″
Step 5 – Trim into the edges on an angle. This makes it easier to wrap around the back against the curved edges.
Step 6 – Be sure to smooth the edges.
Step 7 – Complete the other two sides as shown. Complete the Washi’d circles until the edges are smooth.
Step 8 - Punch a smaller circle in a coordinating color. For this, I used the 3/4″ circle punch.
Step 9 – Adhere to back of circle with glue gun.
Step 10 - Using hot glue gun, attach thumbtack to the back. Hold for about 10 seconds until set. Voila!
Now that Spring is knocking on our doorsteps, jazz up your bulletin boards with some colorful Washi Tape. Drop me a line to let me know how you liked this tutorial.