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If you're familiar with washi tape, these are basically the same thing, just in 12"x12" sheet format. You can cover a much larger surface area with these - and I've already found some great uses!
Here's an example of something GREAT to use these for. I always find covering a glass surface with paper to be challenging. I can never get my paper to adhere just right to the glass (no matter how strong the adhesive, it ALWAYS seems to pull off eventually). So I tried these Washi sheets - and they work PERFECTLY up against these glass jars! Woohoo!
I decorated the outside with several layers of Washi Sheet, and then filled the inside with yummy candy (of course). To complete the look, I added some ribbon and embellishments. These jars are recycled coffee drinks that I've washed and put aside for crafty ideas like this. I love when I can recycle something instead of throwing it away!
In my video below, I will show you step-by-step how to make these. Check out my article over on A Cherry on Top for a full list of supplies. If you would like to purchase some of your own Washi Sheets, check out www.acherryontop.com. Thanks!
You can watch the video below, or over here on YouTube.