Is there anything you can’t use washi on? Water. That’s about the only thing I can think of.My family pokes a lot of fun at all the ways I love washi. I don’t care though – it’s a cheap thing to hoard and it looks pretty sitting on a shelf waiting on me or stretched across envelopes, scrapbook pages, even taped over the camera on my computer just in case I enter a video conference before I’m ready to be seen.
For Christmas, I’ve found a lot of ways to use Washi to decorate packages, vases, ornaments, and today, I’m sharing with you washi Christmas gift tag inspiration.
The snowflake Washi Christmas Gift Tag is my favorite of the three – and it matches my gift wrap and tree. I stamped the white tag with silver snow flakes and then added glitter washi and a glitter snow flake punch out – 5 minutes later I have my favorite washi Christmas gift tag for the season.
The traditional colored washi Christmas gift tag above is a combination of scrapbook paper and washi tape cut in strips and tag tied with twine. While red and green traditional colors aren’t “Christmas” to me (turquoise and silver are) I know most people love that color combination, so I oblige.
How about a washi gift of a washi Christmas gift tag? Small thin sparkle washi between two thicker strips of Christmas patterned washi and tied off with a red bow – super cute. Could move the entire design up and use the top hole as the “bow area” for the package.
Hopefully these three ideas have given you a little washi Christmas gift tag inspiration for your Holiday packages this year – I’d love to see what you come up with so be sure to tag @goodstuffmama on instagram or facebook!