Washi Tape Place Card Tutorial…

Have you tried your hand at using Washi Tape in any craft projects? Washi Tape is so versatile and can really make a simple craft project or home decor item very unique and pop!

Here is our super quick and easy Washi Tape Project…

washi tape place cards

Adorable Washi Tape Place Card in simple bent forks, perfect for a festive table.

We started with Washi Tape that we purchased in the office supply section of our local Target. We also made those adorable fork holders, but that will be a tutorial in the future!
Next, we simply cut place cards out of linen colored cardstock. Then we applied a strip of Washi Tape to each, about 3/4 of the way down. I dug out my hole punch from the junk drawer {no judging!} and punched holes in the corners. I got this look by not punching all the way in on the corners. CUTE!
It is just amazing how certain things can just really finish off a project and this Washi Tape is just that thing!
washi tape place cards

These place cards took about 5 whole minutes to make and they are one of a kind and adorable to boot! Ya just can’t beat that!
Washi Tape can turn something very simple into an adorable little craft project!

Bonnie
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I am a wife and mom to 2 fabulous children. My love for creating crafts, home decor, seasonal decor, and sewing has led me to my desire to share that with you here at Uncommon Designs. I am happy to have you stop by our little slice of the blog world and join us in Creating the Extraordinary! Enjoy!

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  1. says

    Okay, that is adorable. So cute and smart. I have three rolls just sitting here and had no idea what to do with them. This is a great idea. Very cute! I need a Cricut. Or, at least a punch like that!

  2. says

    So simple, but they look amazing! Love the colours, the little cut out of each corner, and they way you’ve displayed them in the forks. :)

  3. says

    okay i love washi tape! they have the cutest patterns. this is a great way to utilize them! found you from Positively Splendid’s link up. Thank you for sharing :)
    -Noelle @ noelleandtorrey.blogspot.com

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