Kids’ Crafts: Washi Tape

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Washi tape is perfect for kids crafts because it’s so easy to work with, and it’s not too sticky so it can be removed and reapplied super easily if your little one makes a mistake! Check out these cute AND fun projects for your kiddos.

Magazine Holder

You can use these to hold all those magazines you haven’t had a chance to read yet or (should I even say it when it’s only August?) your kiddos school papers and notebooks *gasp*.  You can use paper and line it with washi tape like our Think Crafts blogger did, or you can cover the whole thing in cool washi tape designs!

Dragonfly Clothespins – diy inspired

How adorable are those googly eyes?! Check out this DIY mama’s blog for the tutorial and use these little butterfly’s for playing, hanging, or put a magnet on the back to stick ’em on your fridge.

Itty Bitty Books

Make these itty bitty books for those itty bitty humans in your life. What a great way for your kiddos to show off their artwork and to get them writing!

Washi Tape Bookmarks – Mommy Coddle

I am totally in love with the “you fell asleep here” bookmarks. I’ve definitely been there a time or two! This is a perfect craft for the young readers in your life.

Peg Dolls

Make this classic doll with your little ones and use washi tape to give them any type of dress you can think of!


Washi Tape Wooden Bracelets – Mama Miss

I used to love making friendship bracelets as a kid, and these washi tape wooden bracelets are such a neat modern twist on them! Make these with your kiddos or teach your kiddos how to make them with their friends. Double bonus that you can personalize these as much as you want!

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About Morgan

Hi there! I'm Morgan, the summer intern at Create For Less. I've tried my hand at scrapbooking, sewing, and knitting. After a bit of trial and error, I've finally decided that up-cycling and repurposing is my favorite type of crafting. When I'm not at the office or my other job at a tavern, I like to travel, take photos, and hang in the great outdoors.

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