What can you do with Washi Tape?

So along the lines of our DIY theme that will be weaved in and out of our upcoming posts, today I wanted to write about washi tape.  You’ve seen it all over Etsy and there are some super crafty people out there using it to spruce up just about everything!  Here are some ideas:

washi garland{Source}

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washi tape on clothes pins{Source}

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guest book washi tape{Source}

As you can see, washi tape can be a great way to add pizzazz to something that needs a punch of color and pattern.  From garland to giving plane vases a facelift, to transforming clothes pins and guest books, to adding a special touch to your invitation envelopes, washi tape is a designers friend!

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Welcome to our New Home!

NJW Calligraphy is now Whoa Nellie Press!  Welcome to our new blog home!  While we will continue to feature our latest projects, we are excited to share other wedding inspiration including unique decor, color ideas, diy projects and so much more.  We hope you will check back often!

Are you looking for an alternative to a standard guestbook?  Here are some great ideas!  For a full list, visit: http://weddingphotography.com.ph/9965/20-creative-guest-book-ideas-wedding-reception/

Love to travel? Have your guests write a message to you and then create an album to look at for years to come. Get postcards from places you have traveled to, your hometowns, or college towns. Search on Etsy.com for a supply.
Have your guests write their messages to the newlyweds and hang up in a place you’ll be entertaining them at home. This will surely add some pizzazz to the decor and you’ll be able to reminisce about your big day!
This would be perfect for any outdoor or rustic wedding, or spray paint the tree to add a more polished look.
Having a vintage themed wedding? Why not use a typewriter so your guests can leave you a message?
*Love* photo booths! Why not have it double as your guestbook? Have your guests write messages to you on chalkboards.