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Washi Tape Christmas Card Tree

by Lindsay Law (follow)
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This is a colourful and fun way to display Christmas cards using ribbon and Washi tape. It's also a great alternative idea for a Christmas tree if you don't have enough space for one.



Christmas cards, Washi tape, ribbon, Christmas


Materials
Masking tape
Double-sided sticky tape
Length of wide ribbon
Christmas cards
Washi tape or other colourful craft tape
Rosette

Method
Stick a strip of masking tape down the centre of a door.



Wooden door, masking tape, Washi tape Christmas tree


Stick a strip of double-sided sticky tape down the middle of the masking tape and then stick a wide ribbon on to the sticky tape.



Wooden door, masking tape, Washi tape Christmas tree


Starting at the bottom, which will be the widest part, stick your Christmas cards on to the tree using colourful Washi tape.



Wooden door, masking tape, Washi tape Christmas tree


Make the tree narrower as you go up by adding fewer cards to each layer.



Wooden door, masking tape, Washi tape Christmas tree


You can use a square card as a pot at the bottom.



Christmas cards, Washi tape, ribbon, Christmas, girl



Finally, add a gift wrap rosette at the top of the tree using double-sided sticky tape to fix it on.



Christmas cards, Washi tape, ribbon, Christmas, girl



Christmas cards, Washi tape, ribbon, Christmas


Categories
#Christmas
#Washi Tape
#Alternative Christmas
#Christmas Tree
#Christmas Decoration
#Wall Decoration
#Hallway
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