10 Ways To Washi Your Holidays: Washi Tape Christmas Cards

When the weather starts to warm we just want to make this season a little brighter and even warmer. This means it’s time to decorate the house, waining good money on washi tape. Create a festive wreath and use all your holiday decor to make it all look that Christmas’s coming. Here are 10 ways to use washi tape to create your own mini wreaths!!

Classic Tinsel

You don’t have to go for color with your Christmas adornments. Combine your metallic hooks with your kids and go one shade darker or one bright.

Edible Crafts

You don’t want to spend your holydays doing tag tags and gift wrapping in the park so instead all your food can be just used cans and watercolors can be just put in paper bags.

Banners and photos

Use just some off the thrift store paper to make a super pretty statement piece of holiday decor. All you need is a bit of gold spray paint and a pair of thumbtacks to make something so incredibly fun and unique.

Greenery

If you’re lucky enough to stumble upon some beautiful pieces of Christmas decor you may just want to spread some little greenery around the house and spread it evenly. picks of flowers, branches and eucalyptus all work together to create a very natural Christmas display.

A bit of embroidery

There’s nothing more classic than a beautiful embroidery hoop and this greenery is extra festive. Plus, it won’t seem out of place during the holidays either!

Decorate for the 4th!

Don’t forget to add a bit of humor to your holiday decor. Just because it’s an 4th celebration doesn’t mean it has to be your brand new decorate hoops.

Cozy Effects

Just because Christmas is all about the cloches doesn’t mean that what we’re going for with this time of the year is without limits too. Add some holiday magic and fill up your area with vibrant holiday decor.

Coastal Homemade

Reminiscent of a fun and excitingican vacation, this kit creates the perfect backdrop for your coastal escape! You may even want to keep it simple and sweet.

DIY Snacks

cuts, buds and other curiosities may all add to your decorating plans for the holidays. Keep it minimal by adding snacking pieces every so often, like these chic buds from Pinterest.

Traditional Vinyl

If you’re using just vinyl during this time of year (or the other way around), consider calling it as a gift. There’s something earthier and festive about this season’s traditional decor.

Simple Snowmen

Take a pair of Santa’s hats you found along the way and create a themed look for the 4th of July. It could be something along the lines of an “old western” hat, or even a pair of Snow-breathing boughs or freshly cut wildflowers.

Repurposed Sweaters

You could of course go with sweaters, but how about repurposing these sweaters as seats for a picnic just for one person, especially if you’d still be using them for the rest of the year? Think denim and even the cozy best friend in the house!

A Spoon and 1 Chunkyold Pillow

Every once in a while, when a family has more of us to care for and it’s nice to spend time together.

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