Washi Tape Garden Markers

Washi Tape Garden Markers
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We love washi tape crafting!  What is washi tape?  Glad you asked.  It’s a popular scrapbook/craft product similar to masking tape except that it is lighter and more versatile.  Washi tape was invented in Japan, made from special rice paper with a light adhesive on one side.  It’s easy to use, easy to remove and reposition, and incredibly pretty. 

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Washi tape, jumbo craft sticks, markers, scissors


Adhere strips of washi tape onto your jumbo craft sticks in any layout or design you choose. (Peel and stick!)

Write the name of your vegetable or herb on the craft stick with your markers, either directly onto the washi tape (as I did) or on the other side of your craft stick, whichever you prefer. (I used Big Mark-it permanent markers.)

Use the finished craft stick as a garden marker in your garden, in your house plants, indoor kitchen garden, or just about anywhere!  This craft could also be adapted for kids to help with, or as “chore” sticks.  Enjoy!

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About The Author

Tia Davis is a writer, wife and mother, living happily ever after with her handsome prince and two charming boys in Western Idaho.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Creative Writing and works from home as a content manager.  When she isn’t chasing little boys she is blogging about them at Mistress of Madness and Mayhem.

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