How to Make Diy Washi Tape

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How to Make Diy Washi Tape
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First, you'll need your white tissue paper & double sided clear tape

First, you'll need your white tissue paper & double sided clear tape

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Second, you will place your double sided tape onto a strip of white tissue paper

Second, you will place your double sided tape onto a strip of white tissue paper

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Make sure to cut the end off

Make sure to cut the end off

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You will need your bone folder for this part...

You will need your bone folder for this part...

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Flip over the tissue paper with the tape facing down. Use your bone folder to apply pressure so that the tissue paper will stick better to the tape

Flip over the tissue paper with the tape facing down. Use your bone folder to apply pressure so that the tissue paper will stick better to the tape

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Next, flip the tissue paper over so the tape is facing up. Take your scissors and cut along the line of the tape, trimming the extra tissue paper off.

Next, flip the tissue paper over so the tape is facing up. Take your scissors and cut along the line of the tape, trimming the extra tissue paper off.

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Cut off the extra tissue paper on the other side, too.

Cut off the extra tissue paper on the other side, too.

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This is what it should look like so far.

This is what it should look like so far.

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Next, grab your water color paints. ( they can be the ones in the palette from grade school )

Next, grab your water color paints. ( they can be the ones in the palette from grade school )

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Spray the desired color with water

Spray the desired color with water

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Dip your brush in a jar of water

Dip your brush in a jar of water

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Dab the desired color (I'm using a yellow)

Dab the desired color (I'm using a yellow)

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Apply the color you choose to the tissue tape. Be generous with color, use less water to get a more vibrant color.

Apply the color you choose to the tissue tape. Be generous with color, use less water to get a more vibrant color.

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This is how it should look. Pick it up and move it to a different spot to let it dry.

This is how it should look. Pick it up and move it to a different spot to let it dry.

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You will need a stamp and your black stamp ink. I'm using a bee stamp

You will need a stamp and your black stamp ink. I'm using a bee stamp

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Dab your stamp in the ink

Dab your stamp in the ink

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Carefully align where you want your stamp to appear on your tape. Note: the stamp I am using does not entirely fit on the tape, that is ok.

Carefully align where you want your stamp to appear on your tape. Note: the stamp I am using does not entirely fit on the tape, that is ok.

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As you can see some of it isn't on the tape. That's the look I'm going for.

As you can see some of it isn't on the tape. That's the look I'm going for.

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Reposition your stamp for the next image. Do this for the remaining of the tape.

Reposition your stamp for the next image. Do this for the remaining of the tape.

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I stamped a random pattern and this is how it looks.

I stamped a random pattern and this is how it looks.

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Remove it from the stamping spot and move it off to the side to let it dry.

Remove it from the stamping spot and move it off to the side to let it dry.

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After the ink is dry, grab your mod podge ( I'm using a gloss finish)

After the ink is dry, grab your mod podge ( I'm using a gloss finish)

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Dip your brush in the mod podge just to get a little bit on your brush.

Dip your brush in the mod podge just to get a little bit on your brush.

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Apply directly onto the tape.

Apply directly onto the tape.

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Make sure you cover the whole thing. (Just a light layer)

Make sure you cover the whole thing. (Just a light layer)

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This is what it should look like.

This is what it should look like.

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Again, remove the tape from the mod podge area and set it off to the side to dry

Again, remove the tape from the mod podge area and set it off to the side to dry

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Let it dry

Let it dry

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Vvvwaahhlah! Your diy washi tape is complete! The mod podge will not only hold in the ink from the stamp but it will also make the tape appear a little bit translucent!

Vvvwaahhlah! Your diy washi tape is complete! The mod podge will not only hold in the ink from the stamp but it will also make the tape appear a little bit translucent!

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You can now use your very own tape where ever you desire! On greeting cards, art journals, etc. (: thanks for viewing! 💜

You can now use your very own tape where ever you desire! On greeting cards, art journals, etc. (: thanks for viewing! 💜

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