Washi tape is a great way to let them explore their creativity without a gigantic mess at the end that has to be cleaned up.
Our kids thankfully inherited their grandfather’s artistic genes (he just retired from being an art teacher). My creativity, however, is very limited, and I struggle coming up with ideas of things from them to do.
That’s where this list of washi tape ideas for kids comes in handy! There’s a wide variety to choose from, and they all help the kids stretch their creative side. We’ve also got these 60 Kids Crafts Made From Paper Plates you’re sure to love!
I hope your children enjoy doing these different crafts! Washi tape really is for more than just scrapbooks or adult crafting. Kids will have fun using it, too!
This DIY will only take a couple minutes! Make these clothespin magnets with washi tape to display notes and photos on your fridge. It’s a great easy and inexpensive craft to make and it’s easy enough for the kids to make too!
It is time to venture into space with our fun DIY cutout rocket card! This card is made by cutting out a rocket shape from a piece of paper or cardstock and then decorating. We have made it super simple with our free rocket printable.
Forage around your backyard for fallen twigs to create a decorative Washi Tape and Twig Star! These are easy to craft while you’re out camping with the family. Just bring along a spool of washi tape and you’re ready for a fun nature craft!
Learning to make your very own DIY bookmarks doesn’t have to be overly difficult. With just a few simple supplies and this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll be marking your pages with ease every time you have to pause in your blissful reading.
Here’s a way to celebrate spring with a butterfly craft for preschoolers. It uses a simple technique that kids love – painting on coffee filters with watercolors! I’ll share a few tricks for setting this craft up and making it extra fun.
With a little washi tape, pencils and candy tube, you can create a set of pretty washi tape pencils and free printable apple gift tags for a gift that looks like it came straight from the stationery shop.