Washi Tape Flowers{Morena’s Corner}


How sweet is this little flower bouquet? Learn how you can use washi tape to turn pencils into a delightful bouquet!

I received a delightful assortment of washi tape from Downtown Tape recently. The package was simple but adorable, complete with some awesome tags! The colors were bright and cheery, perfect for flower making!

Washi tape
scallop cut scissors

1. Cut two twelve inch strips of washi tape.

2. Overlap with the sticky sides touching in the center.

3. Trim one edge with the scissors.

4. Begin wrapping the tape around the eraser, bending the edges as you would when making paper flowers. The sticky strip on the bottom will help adhere it to the eraser..

5. Wrap the pencil and the base of the flower with green washi tape.

6. Cut vellum paper.

7. Wrap the bouquet and seal with a strip of washi tape.

8. Delight your gift recipient with this cheery and useful bouquet!

For more fast, frugal, and fabulous tutorials like this one, come visit me at Morena’s Corner!

Be sure to stop by Downtown Tape to get your very own.

1 Comment
  1. Reply
    Donna O'Neil October 9, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    How clever! My friend gave me a duct tape flower pen and now I can make her a washi tape one.

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