We craft a Washi Easter Tree

You might have noticed that it is our latest passion to embellish our office with Washi Masking Tape for any holiday (see our Christmas craft and Valentine’s Day craft). As Easter is not far away we decided to craft an Washi Easter Tree. Again it was really fast, easy and lots of fun. We even made a little Easter bunny. Here is how to do it.

1. Cut out egg shapes from paper and stick stripes on Washi Tape on them. You can do any pattern or combination you want. When you cut out the Washi eggs again, leave a little border of tape, so that the eggs will stick to the wall.
2. Take a dark Washi Tape to create an Easter tree on the wall. Then just stick the eggs on it.

A colourful Easter tree we made from Washi Tape

A colourful Easter tree we made from Washi Tape

We also made a little Easter Bunny with Masking Tape

We also made a little Easter Bunny with Masking Tape

Start by cutting out egg shapes from paper

Start by cutting out egg shapes from paper

Stick Washi tape on them

Stick Washi tape on them

Cut out the eggs and leave a little tape border

Cut out the eggs and leave a little tape border

Your egg could look like this

Your egg could look like this

We made lots of different ones

We made lots of different ones

Then we started to stick a Washi Tape vase on our office wall

Then we started to stick a Washi Tape vase on our office wall

After that we just added branches made with brown Masking Tape

After that we just added branches made with brown Masking Tape

You can already start to stick some eggs onto the branches

You can already start to stick some eggs onto the branches

Inbetween we did a little Easter bunny

Inbetween we did a little Easter bunny

The shape is not perfect, but it looks cute

The shape is not perfect, but it looks cute

Our Washi Easter craft in the modes4u office

Our Washi Easter craft in the modes4u office

2 Responses to “We craft a Washi Easter Tree”

  • Aubrey says:

    Very cute! Do you think it will be easy to take off after Easter?

  • Kitty Leung says:

    Hi! Washi tapes are very easy to take off :)

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