I am not generally a washi tape user. Some people have themes in their planners and use washi tape for all kinds of creative things. I don’t decorate at all, but I do sometimes use washi to mark off large gaps of time.
Instead of manually blocking off public holidays/holidays/intensive courses when I am not available to take single meetings or lessons, I put a strip of washi either across the week or the day/s. It is quicker, easier and more effective because you can see it a mile off!
I also repurpose old calendars as notebooks by putting wide washi tape over the dates. Most recently I did it to 2014 Filofax refills and a 2015 Hobonichi Cousin.
The washi I have was all given to me by readers or included in purchases by sellers.
This is the first washi I have ever imagined buying for myself. It features a Scandinavian city which looks very much like Stockholm. I could imagine putting it along the bottom of my pages because it is so beautiful.
Find it in The Lovely Desk Etsy shop. I have discovered from looking at her tape that I love the ones that look like paintings, like art. I have always thought of cutesy clouds and kittens as being the typical themes on washi but I was wrong wrong wrong! This really is a lovely shop – I am so glad I stumbled across it!
I also really liked these!
haha! Same here! I made my purchase yesterday and was marvelled! So many pretties! 🙂
Oh. My. Good. Just love love love the Northern Europe. And the winter landscape. And the pensees. And the books.
I love it! Especially the book washi.