Three Ways to Make your Own Washi Tape (with Free Printable Washi Tape)

I love using washi tape for Bible journaling and craft projects. I remember first learning about washi tape while attending a women’s retreat a few years ago for a creative project. Now I’m hooked!

You can get washi tape just about anywhere now, but if you want to get creative and make your own, here are a few things to try! (Note: This post contains affiliate links, and you can see my disclosure policy here. Thanks!)

Three Ways to Make Your Own Washi Tape

1. Use Self-adhesive Contact Paper

This can be found in the home and kitchen section of most stores, and many come in floral patterns or rustic wood. You can even snag contact paper from the dollar store! Once you find a roll of contact paper you like, just cut the paper into strips and add to your Bible journaling projects!

Here is an example below:

2. Use Scrapbook Paper

You can also use some of your favorite patterned scrapbook paper and cut them into thin strips. Then add a strip of double-sided tape to your scrapbook paper strips to make your own decorative washi tape! I love this beautiful collection of scrapbook paper here:

3. Create Your Own Washi Tape in Canva

I love using for Bible journaling projects! You can create a free account and use their design software to create beautiful washi tape! Here is a quick tutorial on how I created washi tape using digital papers from Creative Market, but you can also get free digital papers from The Hungry Jpeg.

Take a look at the video tutorial below!

After you have created your washi tape strips, you can print them on 8.5″x11″ full sheet sticker paper or label paper.

Feel free to download the set of printable washi tape stickers I created by clicking HERE.

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