Christmas Tree Art Using Washi Tape

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Fast and Easy to Make Washi Tape Christmas Tree CraftToday I’m sharing with you an amazing craft book, “Washi Tape Crafts” by Amy Anderson, and it’s where I came up with the idea to create a fast and inexpensive Christmas artwork project for our master bedroom. It took no time at all to craft the fun Washi tape tree, and voila’ instant artwork.  

Fast and Easy to Make Washi Tape Christmas Tree CraftI used a frame and mat board I had on hand, and with the 10 tape colors that came with the book I started cutting off strips of tape and positioning them on glitter paper until a tree was formed. This is a great craft to do with kids, it would be easy for them to handle and not require any skills to create something festive and fun. The book comes with step by step photo instructions for several projects to get your creative juices flowing. 

Rustic Log Home Christmas Bedroom DecorAnd here it is on the table by my bedside. It fits in perfectly with the rest of the Christmas decor. I always enjoy fun projects like these. There’s no pressure to create a masterpiece, it’s just a simple expression of my decorating style this year. No fuss, and easy is what it’s all about for me this year. I’ve heard several other bloggers say the same. Tell me are you going all out this year with decor or are you keeping it simple?

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Comments

  1. says

    What a super fun project!….Love it!

    • says

      Shirley it would be a fun project for your Granddaughter.

  2. Debbie says

    As always adorable! I have been making arrangements from all the free cuttings from Christmas trees. They will give them
    to you at Lowe’s and Home Depot for free. I need to figure out how to send a pic to you. Working on my tenth one this morning.

    • says

      Debbie, wow you are a busy girl. Luckily I have several pines on our property so I give them a haircut every Christmas for my arrangements, lol. So much better than having to buy them.

  3. Valerie says

    What size frame did you use? I love this simple easy craft project. Thank you.

    • says

      Valerie it’s a 11X14 with a mat to make it look like an 8X10.

    • says

      Carol you’re so creative I bet you could find several ways to use it.

  4. says

    Adorable. Simple, but such a wonderful graphic look!

    xo
    Claudia

    • says

      Claudia simple is always good in my book. Especially with all the activity of Christmas.

  5. says

    I love this so much! Simple and easy, with a big impact! Thank you for an awesome post about my book and an even more awesome project! 😀 xo

    • says

      Amy thank you so much for taking the time to stop by for a look-see.

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