Christmas DIY: Easy Christmas bunting

Another super fast and easy DIY idea for your Christmas decoration. Make a fun mini Christmas garland with colorful Masking Tape, a pen and some baker’s twine. We combined the Xmas bunting with some of our cute Christmas figurines and think they look really great together.

Easy Christmas bunting with Masking Tape

Easy Christmas bunting with Masking Tape

Crafts: Halloween wall decoration with Masking Tape

Some cooking paper, a pen, a pair of scissors, colorful Masking Tapes and some Halloween designs are all you need for these easy Halloween window or wall decorations. Trace your Halloween designs onto the wax paper, stick the Washi Tapes onto the pattern (make sure the tape strips always overlap a little), cut out the shape and carefully remove the cooking paper. Happy Halloween crafting!

Craft these easy Halloween wall decorations with Masking Tape

Craft these easy Halloween wall decorations with Masking Tape

You need: Washi Tapes, Halloween designs, cooking paper, a pen and a pair of scissors

You need: Washi Tapes, Halloween designs, cooking paper, a pen and a pair of scissors

Trace your Halloween designs onto the wax paper and stick the Washi Tapes onto the pattern (make sure the tape strips always overlap a little

Trace your Halloween designs onto the wax paper and stick the Washi Tapes onto the pattern (make sure the tape strips always overlap a little

Cut out the shape

Cut out the shape

Carefully remove the wax paper

Carefully remove the wax paper

kawaii pumpkin Washi decoration

kawaii pumpkin Washi decoration

kawaii ghost Washi decoration

kawaii ghost Washi decoration

bat Washi decoration

bat Washi decoration

Your wall decoration can alos be put onto windows

Your wall decoration can also be put on windows

1 minute DIY Washi Tape screen

Do you have pieces of Masking Tape leftover? Don’t throw them away, you can use them for a super quick computer screen makeover. We still had lots of bits of Washi Tape in pink and green from a project and just put it on our computer screen. It’s super colorful and lots of fun. Of course you can remove it any time you want.

Happy computer screen embellished with leftover Washi Tape

Happy computer screen embellished with leftover Washi Tape

Super fun and quick DIY

Super fun and quick DIY

Great sewing tutorial videos by Riley Blake

Do you sometimes need inspiration for your sewing projects? Or would you like some tutorials on how to sew certain things? You should definitely check out the great tutorial videos by Riley Blake. They have lots of great videos with easy sewing projects, explain certain techniques or give general sewing tips. We now selected a tutorial for an easy fabric tissue holder, but it’s worth checking out all the videos. Of course you find lots of the Riley Blake fabrics used in the tutorials in our shop.

Christmas crafts: Washi Tape Christmas Coaster

This is a good decoration idea if you just have little time but still want to have a unique Christmas decor. Just take some old coasters and stick Washi Tape on them. You can always do the same pattern or design each one in a different way. After Christmas you can remove the tape and have your old coasters back.

Today's Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas Coaster

Today’s Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas Coaster

You need Masking Tapes and coasters

You need Masking Tapes and coasters

A super simple decoration idea for the Christmas table

A super simple decoration idea for the Christmas table

Christmas crafts: Washi Tape Christmas Tree Bunting

A cookie cutter can be such a handy crafting tool. For today’s Christmas DIY we used it to make a colourful Christmas tree bunting. We made a Masking Tape pattern and then traced the shape of the cookie cutter onto it. Then you just cut out your shapes and string everything with the help of needle and thread.

Today's Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas Tree Bunting

Today’s Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas Tree Bunting

You need cardboard, Washi Tapes, scissors, a pen and a cookie cutter

You need cardboard, Washi Tapes, scissors, a pen and a cookie cutter

Stick a Washi tape pattern on the cardboard and trace the shape of the cuttie cutter onto it

Stick a Washi tape pattern on the cardboard and trace the shape of the cookie cutter onto it

Cut out the trees

Cut out the trees

Use needle and thread to sting them

Use needle and thread to string them

Now you can hang the bunting

Now you can hang the bunting

Christmas crafts: Washi Tape Table Christmas Tree

In today’s Christmas DIY we made a cute Christmas tree table decoration. We cut out a cone from a regular big envelope and started sticking Washi Tape on it. You start from the bottom and go up layer by layer. To achieve the tree effect do not stick the tape stripe completely onto the cone, but leave the end sticking out. As you can see we also made tree version where we did not leave the ends loose, but the ‘real’ tree version looks a lot better.

Today's Christmas craft: Washi Tape Table Christmas Tree

Today’s Christmas craft: Washi Tape Table Christmas Tree

You need a big envelope and colorful Masking tapes

You need a big envelope and colorful Masking tapes

Fold and cut the envelope into a cone

Fold and cut the envelope into a cone

Start sticking stripes of Washi Tape on it from the bottom

Start sticking stripes of Washi Tape on it from the bottom

Go up layer by layer and always leave the ends of the tape stripes loose

Go up layer by layer and always leave the ends of the tape stripes loose

You can stick to a certain color pattern or just go crazy

You can stick to a certain color pattern or just go crazy

It really looks like a tiny Christmas tree

It really looks like a tiny Christmas tree

We also made a tree where we attached all of the tape to the cone

We also made a tree where we attached all of the tape to the cone

Christmas crafts: Washi Tape Christmas cards

Washi Tape Christmas cards are one of the coolest ideas ever. They look so pretty and are unique. This year we made a couple of different models. Some were done super fast; the card with the three little Christmas trees honestly just took one minute to make. Other cards, for example the one with the snowman or the Christmas balls, took a bit longer, as round shapes are a bit more tricky. Which one do you like best?

Today's Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas cards

Today’s Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas cards

This year we crafted a few different cards

This year we crafted a few different cards

All you need are plain cards or cardboard and Washi Tape

All you need are plain cards or cardboard and Washi Tape

You can make cards with Christmas tapes, but you can also just use regular ones

You can make cards with Christmas tapes, but you can also just use regular ones

You can make shapes with Washi tapes or make words

You can make shapes or words

Round shapes are a bit more tricky, but also not very hard to make

Round shapes are a bit more tricky, but also not very hard to make

Christmas crafts: Washi Tape window decoration

With Washi Tape it is super easy to craft some unique Christmas window decorations. For this DIY we made some abstract Christmas trees by sticking colorful pieces of Masking Tape on a window in our office. You can make any shape or decoration you want. The tape can be pulled off super easily if you need to correct or remove something.

Today's Christmas craft: Washi Tape window decoration

Today’s Christmas craft: Washi Tape window decoration

We used different Washi Tape to stick trees onto the window

We used different Washi Tape to stick trees onto the window

We decorated the trees with little stars

We decorated the trees with little stars

the more tapes you have the more color combinations can you do

The more tapes you have the more color combinations can you do

Christmas crafts: Washi Tape Christmas wreath

This DIY is a fun alternative for using a real Christmas wreath. The Washi Tape Christmas wreath that we made is super light and can easily be attached to any door. We cut out a wreath from some thick cardboard and stuck pieces of green Masking Tape on it. You should stick them clockwise layer by layer and vary the tapes so that you get interesting visual effects.

Today's Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas wreath

Today’s Christmas craft: Washi Tape Christmas wreath

You need: thick cardboard, Washi tapes and a cutter

You need: thick cardboard, Washi tapes and a cutter

Cut out a wreath

Cut out a wreath

Start sticking pieces of Washi Tape on the cardboard

Start sticking pieces of Washi Tape on the cardboard

The tape can overlap the cardboard edges a little

The tape can overlap the cardboard edges a little

We added some Christmas designs to our wreath

We added some Christmas designs to our wreath