Is washi tape addictive?
I'm beginning to think so.
Put a little roll in my hands, and I'm sticking it up...and on...and over.
Whatever happens to be in my line of vision is in danger of a little paper embellishment.
That may or may not include husbands, children and dogs.
Instore I've restricted myself to the window.
After all, it would be good to have some tape left to actually sell, rather than me getting decoratively carried away and using it all. (Retail 101!)
So, just a few little ideas - the old school chair looks fantastic, and would be fabulous in a child's room or around a table.
Our favourite stem bottles look cute wrapped in washi, and this would be a great idea for a party or table decoration.
And of course, the obvious - moodboards, kid's artwork, photos, magazine tearouts, frames - all benefit from a little paper tape.
And all in less than the time it takes to say 'washi'.
And I have to say a big thank you to Carolyn, who, knowing my love of flowers, drove an hour over the hill from the Wairarapa to collect her peg dolls, with a beautiful bunch of goodies from her garden, including wild sweet peas, queen anne's lace, and the amazing gone-to-seed parsnip flowers that you see here.
Suddenly my window display came together beautifully because of it!