[Twelve Crafts of Christmas] DIY Washi Tape Christmas Cards

Washi Tape Christmas Card

Japanese washi tape is available in tons of cute colors and patterns – I use mine to make Christmas tree cards! This is a super cute and easy way to craft up some cards for friends and family.

Washi Tape Christmas Card How To

You will need:

  • Washi tape in various patterns (try Etsy)
  • Blank (or almost blank) cards

Washi Tape Christmas Card How To

Start by placing a strip of tape right down the middle of your card. You can eyeball it or measure, or just use the “Thank You” as your guide, like I did!

Washi Tape Christmas Card How To

Start laying some strips as the branches of the tree.

Washi Tape Christmas Card How To

Continue overlapping strips to fill in the rest of your tree! Make your Christmas tree as lush or as Charlie Brown-esque as you want!

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Did you send out holiday cards this year?

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5 Responses to [Twelve Crafts of Christmas] DIY Washi Tape Christmas Cards

  1. Lori says:

    Those a darn cute! We are a little behind – no cards sent this year.

  2. bigapplenosh says:

    Oh, how fun! I love how these came out!

  3. Kristin says:

    Love me some washi tape! How creative!

  4. Clare says:

    Those are adorable. I need to remember that for next year or use it on the outside of someone’s gift!

  5. Yes.. I still send handmade cards every year…I find it a really nice way to get in the Christmas mood and my family and friends always appreciate the effort. Your cards are great!

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