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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

{CRAFTY TIP TUESDAY} Washi Tape Utensils

     

Top O’ The Mornin’ To Y’all!   
It’s Melissa O’Newell stopping by Eye Candy Event Details to bring you a quick fun budget party tutorial! 



Washi Tape Utensils
Washi Tape is a very thin paper tape that seems to come in 100’s of patterns and colors. I am obsessed with using it to brighten up any party! 
If you are not familiar with Japanese Washi Tape then you are missing out! OR maybe you bought that cute little tape and still have not found a use for it!  You are in LUCK!



All I did for this quick fun idea is take my plain old plastic utensils and pick three different patterns of Washi Tape.   


Covered them long wise and pressed down good.  The tape seems to stick VERY well to plastic. (unlike the wooden utensils where it does seem to come up more often than not).  




There you have it – fun party ware!  I love mixing up the patterns. The kids seem to really love them and I just love the pop of color it adds to the party.  I would pair with a white plate so that the colors pop out more! 




Have a great St. Patrick’s Day and until next time…Party On Friends!




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Party Tips Contributor: Melissa Newell


Melissa Newell has been planning and executing parties for over 20 years - parties have always been a passion of hers.

Melissa’s motto is Go Big or Go Home! She celebrates with her children every chance they get - making each day a celebration of Life!

Creativity on a budget and the attention to the smallest of details is what she is known for. Her blog, My Party Passion, highlights all of the parties that she throws!

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5 comments:

  1. What an amazing idea !!! You are so creative dear.

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    Merida Brave Birthday Party

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  2. Thanks Laura for letting me be a part of your TEAM!

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