DIY: Paper Mart Washi Tape Fourth of July Decorations!

6 Materials
$10
1 Hour
Easy

Create festive Fourth of July decorations using washi tape from Paper Mart! Easy and fun crafts!
Be sure to visit Paper Mart for their large washi tape selection and great wrapping paper, ribbons, boxes, etc! I also used inexpensive items from the dollar store to create a votive and silverware holders that will make your buffet table more patriotic! I used a dollar store frame as a place to mount a washi tape covered wood star.

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Here is the video tutorial, to show you exactly how to make it:
Here are some highlights:
I cut a wood star out of 1/4" plywood, but you could find similar stars online, or at craft stores.
Paint star white.
Paint star white.
Start covering with washi tape.
Start covering with washi tape.
Cover a glass votive from the dollar store with washi tape.
Cover a glass votive from the dollar store with washi tape.
Add washi tape to the tops of round vases.
Add washi tape to the tops of round vases.
I framed a piece of burlap in a dollar store frame and mounted the covered star, on the glass.
I framed a piece of burlap in a dollar store frame and mounted the covered star, on the glass.
Now you have the perfect decorations to help make your holiday tablescape something special!! Be sure to check out the full directions, product links and more pics at the link below! Thanks for stopping by! Life's too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™ Stay safe!
For more easy and inexpensive 4th of July decorations, see the video above!

Suggested materials:

  • Glass votives  (Dollar Tree)
  • Washi tape  (Paper Mart)
  • Wood start  (Cut out of plywood)
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1 question
  • Marta Page
    on Jun 5, 2017

    what is washi tape
    • Lisa Doppke
      on Jun 12, 2018

      Great job Marta, but I would add that adhesive on the back of true washi tape is more on the scale of post it notes. Easy to remove without damaging primary paper or photos.

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