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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Washi Tape Twist Ties

I finally scored some Washi Tape.  Here in Idaho it is hard to come by. I ordered some from
Mindy Maes Market.  I have been waiting and it finally came.  Now I needed a project.  I thought this one was easy and fast and is great for gift giving.  I was inspired by these Organize & Decorate Everything.

Washi Tape Twist Ties



This is great for little gifts in cellophane (especially for boys or when ribbon doesn't work) or to wrap up cookies for the neighbor.
This simple process only takes a mater on minutes. 
So let's get started!

You need:
Washi Tape
(Mindy Maes Market & Target)
Wire
(Mine is floral wire from Walmart)
wire cutters

Here is my little stash of Washi tape. 
Some is From Mindy Maes Market and some is from Target.

Cut wire into 6 in pieces.
Cut washi tape to size
Lay wire in center of tape on sticky side
Fold in half with wire in center

Twist it up on anything!
I made the ones in my dish in about 15 minutes. 
Super easy and cute to boot!






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24 comments:

  1. I've never tried Washi Tape... perhaps it's time I do! I found you at Tip Junkie's Tuesday :)

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  3. What an adorable idea! I would love for you to share it (and any other creations) at my new linky party- "Pin It and Win It Wednesday" @ www.cheapcraftymama.com!

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  4. What a fantastic idea!! Cute for kids treats bags or neighbor gifts or just to have on hand. Love the tapes you used.

    --Courtney
    www.ptrettytapeandpackaging.com

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  5. Where do you get this washi tape? I've seen it on a couple things now, and I've never seen it in the stores.

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    1. Jodi, I got some tape from MindymaesMinute market and some was from Target. Targets is called paper tape and its in the office supply area. It is the target brand with the arrow(up & up). There is also an online store called cutetape.com
      Hope you find some. There is lots of insiration on the web right know for fun projects.

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  6. These are SUCH a super cute idea ... making them! And I featured them today from the {wow me wednesday} party I co-hosted with Ginger Snap Crafts :)

    http://shakentogether.blogspot.com/2012/04/wow-me-wednesday-shaken-together.html

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  7. I am visiting via TT&J. I absolutely adore this project! So clever.

    If you have a moment, please stop by my blog. I created a few spring crafts this week.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. What an adorable idea! I have the same washi sets from Target. I think I found a wonderful new use for them!

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  9. Saw you on TJ and had to stop by! This is such a great idea!! I was wondering what type of wire you used? It looks like floral wire but I'm not sure. Also I grew up in Idaho, it's nice to see a fellow Idahoan blogger! I would love it if you would be willing to share this at our party going on now-Monday. If you miss it this week we would love for you stop by next week. Thanks and Happy Easter.

    http://www.kadie-sevenalive.blogspot.com/2012/04/link-it-up-thursday-14.html

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    1. Thanks so much for stoppin' by and partying with us this week!:)

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    2. Thanks for the visit and the link party invite. I love to share.

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  10. Just saw your feature on Tip Junkie!!! Sweet :) I'm featuring this on Friday for my Washi Tape round up!

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  11. Ok... I love this! It is so smart and SO useful! Thanks so much for linking this up this week!

    Take care,

    Trish

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  12. YAY! Thanks for sharing over at the Washi Mania Party :) Congrats on feature over at Tip Junkie too :) Ruby Tuesday!

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    1. Thanks for visiting. I love washi tape. Its so much fun.

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  13. This is so cute and easy! I love it! I'm in Idaho, too, in Rexburg. What part are you in?

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  14. These are so sweet. I wish I could find washi tape here for something less than a fortune. Oh Target, where art thou? Thanks for sharing at our party.

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  15. I have been wanting to buy washi tape for such a long time, but just have not wanted to spend the money! Love this stuff!

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  16. I have yet to try a washi tape project! I can't wait to. Thanks again for linking up today!

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  17. Love it.....I have to use this on my boys next party favour bags! Thank you for the awesome tutorial! We are expectinbg a shipment soon and can;t wait to make these. www.thepapercrafthub.com.au

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  18. I am obsessed with washi tape, and these will be the perfect addition to my stash of washi-projects!
    Thanks for sharing!!
    Best-
    Kim @ Two Ten

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