DIY Washi Tape Christmas Cards

by Ruby Wright on December 13, 2013 · 2 comments

in Kids, Kids Activities & Crafts

DIY Washi Tape Christmas Card

Creating easy crafts that my kids or my whole family can make is something I love to do. This year we decided to use one of our favorite craft supplies, Washi-tape, to make our Christmas cards! The best part about these cards is that they don’t have to be the same patterns and they definitely don’t need to be perfectly aligned. The more diverse they are the better!

DIY Washi Tape Christmas Cards

Materials Needed:

  • washi-tape in at least 3 different patterns/colors
  • 2 sheets of cardstock – white for your card and brown for your tree trunk
  • scissors
  • glitter glue

DIY washi tape christmas card

How to Make Washi Tape Christmas Cards:

1- Fold your white cardstock in half, like a card. Cut a trunk-like piece from the brown paper. Imagine a long triangle with a flat top.

2- Cut washi-tape and arrange from longer to shorter onto the card and over the trunk. This will help adhere the trunk to the card. Create your design until you form a tree!

3- At the top of your tree, add a star using the glitter glue. You can either add it directly onto your card or onto the last piece of washi-tape on your tree.

4- Let your glitter glue dry. Write something nice inside the card and you’re all done!

DIY Washi Tape Christmas Card Star

It’s that easy. I hope you enjoyed this Christmas card craft and make some special moments with your family when creating them. Happy Holidays!

Ruby shares with her readers a parenting and lifestyle diary which includes topics about culture, health, crafts, toddler & preschool aged activities, bilingualism (English/Spanish), and family-kid friendly product reviews. Follow her at GrowinguoBlackxican.com.

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Kaila November 12, 2014 at 11:07 pm

You are such a creative crafty, Ruby. I really love this idea, its so cute and I think its better for me to gonna try this one for my christmas card design this christams. I’m glad that you share it here to us. !

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Melanie Edwards November 17, 2014 at 1:16 pm

Isn’t it great??! Simple, yet very cute!

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