Hi Capturing Joy readers! I’m Kimberly from The Washi Blog – a feature blog all about one of my favorite crafting mediums, washi tape! I’m so excited to be sharing a fun ways to use washi tape with pictures today as part of the Decorating with Pictures series! There are SO many ways to use washi tape, and the good news is, it is so quick and easy! I’m sure you’ve seen many galleries online of pictures posted up with washi tape like this…
So simple, but so cute, right? It’s an easy way to find a spot for your favorite photos and rotate them out easily. You can also “frame” your photos with washi tape. Here I’ve taken those same photos, but instead of putting them up with washi, we’ve used washi to frame the photos in. A fun and whimsical change!
Another great way to use washi with pictures is to embellish pictures! On one of my favorite photos of my son riding his new bike I’ve added some road washi and the date as a fun little detail.
Or finally – one of my favorite ways to use washi with pictures and printables is to tape pictures up within an actual open frame! Such an easy but cute way to display your favorite photos, and again, so easy to change up or change out when you’re ready.
I hope you enjoyed these quick and easy ways to use washi with pictures! Do you love washi too? We’d love for you to come over and visit The Washi Blog. You can also connect with us on Instagram, on Facebook, and Twitter
Thank you Kimberly! Washi tape is SOOOOO fun to use, and I love how it is incorporated here with picture displays! So simply and so fun!
If you’ve missed any of the posts from the Decorating with Pictures Series, check them out HERE or click on the image below. Every day in February is packed with 2 inspiring posts, each with a giveaway from a fabulous brand! (If you need help taking better pictures, I’m giving away my Say NO to Auto beginner camera Workshop on video AND my books as well!) Follow along in the series!
Today our giveaway is from Momma’s Little Munchkin. They sell handmade plush toys for those little munchkins in your life, and they are SO cute!