Washi tape binder

Washi tape binder DEFAULT

Like many of you, I'm working from home right now, so I thought I'd revisit a craft project from several years ago to upgrade some of my office supplies and add some color to my home office. I used washi tape to decorate some tiny binder clips (that were the same width as my wider washi tape) back then, so this time I wanted to try to decorate some larger binder clips.

So I got out some well used binder clips and my bin of washi tape. I used both a scissors and a craft knife in this project. The scissors worked better when cutting off the role and if the tape was very paper-y. But the craft knife worked well for cutting the tape when it was on the binder clip.

I tried applying the tape horizontally on the binder clips, but the edges wanted to peel at the corners, so vertically worked better. I used two pieces of tape on the wider (3/4 inch and 15mm) rolls and 3 pieces of tape for the narrower rolls of tape.


After I applied the tape along the edge of the binder clip, I flipped the clip over and cut the washi tape along the top edge.


Then I smoothed the tape down and into place. The tape that had non-geometric patterns seemed to look the best with the overlap. I guess you could measure the tape to the exact right size and trim it, but that didn't seem worth my time to jazz up some old binder clips.


I used a craft knife when cutting along that top edge, and it worked very well on some of the tapes, but on the more paper-y tapes, it would tear. This half inch roll cut very neatly with the craft knife.


I whipped up a bunch of these cute binder clips in about a half an hour. I had a lot of fun, and now all of my binder clips are cute and colorful!


Sours: https://www.sarahjanescraftblog.com/2020/09/washi-tape-binder-clips.html

The Masking Tape Series Button Binder Washi Tape

The Button Binder Washi Tape is a unique and well made washi tape. Each purchase comes with 1 roll of washi tape. The patterns on the washi tape are repeated throughout the roll. You can use this cute washi tape to decorate your scrapbooks, gifts, planners, photo albums and more! You can also use the Button Binder Washi Tape as a letter or card seal too. Please check out the photos to learn more!

MaterialsPaper
Dimensions1.18 x 393.7in.
Weight 1.06oz
ProductStatusLocation
Button Binder Washi Tape Discontinued

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Currently Not Available

This product has been discontinued as we cannot restock this product any longer. We are so sorry!

Sours: https://shop.mochithings.com/products/8369
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How to create a washi tape binding mini album

Use 5 4.5

Use 5 4.5"x4.5" black cardstock. I used the photo mats from the Mixed Media Box by Graphic 45.

Cut 5 strips from black cardstock measures 1

Cut 5 strips from black cardstock measures 1"x4.5". Fold in half.

Apply glue to inside of strip and glue sides together.

Apply glue to inside of strip and glue sides together.

Attach strip to left side of page. Align to left edge. Repeat with all pages.

Attach strip to left side of page. Align to left edge. Repeat with all pages.

Place two pages opposite each other. Strips should be opposite each other. Leave a space of 1/8

Place two pages opposite each other. Strips should be opposite each other. Leave a space of 1/8".

Attach washi tape to both pages.

Attach washi tape to both pages.

Fold excess washi tape on other side. Fold spread.

Fold excess washi tape on other side. Fold spread.

Align another page with strip facing the left. Attach page to bound pages with washi tape. Repeat process with other pages.

Align another page with strip facing the left. Attach page to bound pages with washi tape. Repeat process with other pages.

This is how it looks when all pages are bound together.

This is how it looks when all pages are bound together.

Attach half width of washi tape to front of mini album.

Attach half width of washi tape to front of mini album.

Attach washi tape on spine and back cover. If the mini album is too thick you can use two pieces of washi tape.

Attach washi tape on spine and back cover. If the mini album is too thick you can use two pieces of washi tape.

The mini album is ready. Now add papers, embellishments to pages and cover.

The mini album is ready. Now add papers, embellishments to pages and cover.

Sours: https://guides.brit.co/guides/create-a-washi-tape-binding-mini-album
WHAT IS WASHI TAPE? + 10 TIPS TO USE IT - ANN LE

Make Washi Tape Covered Binder Clips

This project is so ridiculously easy peasy that I will not even insult you by making a tutorial but I am tickled with how adorable these are! I made four different kinds to connect my media kit to my business cards at SNAP (a blogger conference) I'm going to this week.

Supplies


  • White Binder Clips (I got mine at Office Depot)
  • Washi Tape
And now I know you'll want more gratuitous pictures of washi taped clips so here they are:


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