Easy Washi Tape Crafts – Spring Garden Card Craft

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I’m joining up with a bunch of other bloggers this month to share a garden craft. March in Vermont is way too early for me to be gardening. I cannot even find my garden under the foot of snow that’s still out there. So, I had to get a bit creative with the challenge theme and decided to share one of my favorite easy Washi tape crafts – a spring garden card.

Easy Washi Tape Crafts - Spring Garden Card

Easy Washi Tape Crafts – Spring Garden Card

Washi tape is loads of fun to play with because there are so many different designs. I really love the kawaii styles but they’re hard for me to find. Most of the time, I use sold or patterned Washi tape. This spring garden card uses three different types of Washi tape and paper flowers layered on top of each other.


Easy Washi Tape Crafts - Spring Garden Card


  • Cut coordinating card stock to be in slightly smaller sizes than the note card.
  • Glue them down one on top of the other ending with white or a solid light color.
  • Cover the bottom part of the card with 3 strips of Washi tape in a pattern that coordinates with your card stock.
  • Glue the paper flowers and finish with a bead or rhinestone in the center of the flower
  • To make the envelope match the card, put a strip of one color of Washi tape across the bottom.

Easy Washi Tape Crafts - Spring Garden Card

For those of use that are still in the middle of winter and cannot quite get out into the garden yet, this is a great way to bring a bit of the garden inside to you!

Easy Washi Tape Crafts - Spring Garden Card

You may also want to try my Washi tape gift card envelope and my 3D paper pumpkin.

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  1. Alexis Smith says
  2. That turned out very pretty. I always wondered what you can do with Washi tape, and now I have a wonderful idea.  Thanks for sharing.
  3. Karen Glatt says
    This card that you created looks like a card that I would buy in the store! It is so pretty and you sure did a good job in creating a pretty Spring Time card. I know that I would love to receive a card like this.
  4. I would pay for a card like that any day of the week. I have never use washi tape before, but I do have a "thing" for cards. So this is just the craft projects for me. Thanks!
  5. This is so preeeeeetttttyyyyy. I love how washi tape has so many gorgeous patterns. Ellen please don't stop at just a spring theme, let it snow *hint hint*.

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