The Make Your Own Washi Tape Stickers from Klutz comes with a 42-page activity book that combines the fun of sticker-making with washi tape-a specialized crafting tape popularized by Japanese crafters. Throughout the book there are pages with traceable images featuring everything from fish to flamingos to flowers and more. Grab a sheet of the included backing paper, located at the front of the book, to get started. Fold the backing paper as indicated to prep for your sticker making. Then place the backing paper over any of the images to trace, or draw your own design using the included marker. You'll want to keep the fold close to the center of the image you traced. Flip it over and seal the sides with a piece of washi tape at the top to hold the backing paper's fold in place. Then tear off some washi tape and start placing across your traced design. Overlap each piece of tape by about 1/8th inch in order to ensure your sticker doesn't fall apart. Once you've placed the tape in the design you like, flip the paper over again and use your trace marks as a guide to cut out your design. Snip the fold and voila, your sticker is complete. Peel off the backing to place, and add additional details using the marker.
Klutz' instructions make the process stress-free and easy to do. Plus, it yields really high quality results that kids can completely customize.
Make Your Own Washi Tape Stickers is for ages 8 and up.
Washi tape stickers can be placed on multiple surfaces including notebooks, gift tags, electronic cases, water bottles lockers, and more.
The marker ink can smear a bit on the backing paper so you'll want to lay down some scrap paper while you work.
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