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What to do with Washi - Part 6

Yes, even more uses...

Below we have encased a nicely maliable section of wire in Washi, to make a fetching bag tie.


Great for favours, gifts or just the prettiest lunch box around!

You can now buy Washi in our Etsy Shop, we're having to remove our bits and bobs from bigcartel to make way for craft class bookings... Watch this space! More Etsy listings to follow.

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What to do with Washi - Part 5

Use Washi to stick cards and postcards to your walls; it's low tack, so peels off easily when you fancy a change! We'll have some more festive designs and colours in for Christmas...


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What to do with Washi - Part 4

Why not decorate some plain tags?


In other news, I think I've decided to get a 14.5" Zatchel in RED. 

Like this one.

http://www.zatchels.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/1060x854/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/z/a/zat08_classic_red_angle.jpg 

Only mine will have a handle on top. Yummy.

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What to do with Washi - Part 3

Here we have a jam jar that once contained honey, covered in various patterns of washi tape. Washi is slightly opaque, so when you put a tea light inside it emits a rather pleasing glow. Sorry, no glow pictures, I've been waiting for a warm, dry evening to try it out. Ha.


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What to do with Washi - Part 2

The Washi keyboard being part 1.

Here we have a plain old kraft notebook, decorated with beloved Washi stripes.


We finished off the rough edges inside with more washi. Another example can be found here, along with a handy tutorial! They have cut theirs off at the edges, also cool.
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Washi Keyboard

No, don't wash your keyboard, that might break it. Washi your keyboad, so it looks just lovely, like this one:


As found at Tinkering Times.

Now I have an old Microsoft keyboard at home that I just can't seem to find a replacement for, despite it being the ugliest thing. I just can't type on anything else. The letters are nicely separated and stand proud of the board, which is nicely sloped and so...
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