1. Personalised art
These special adhesive tapes are known as wash tapes and you’ll be spoilt for choice by the designs available. If you are on a budget, check out Daiso to get them for a mere $2. With a photo frame, a paper and some washi tapes, you can easily create a confetti art piece made up of pieces of wash tape to dress up your book shelf or to simply add some colour to your coffee table.
2. Wall decor
Create your very own wallpaper with a coloured tape of choice, the options are endless. If you are a big fan of New York city, why not sketch out its skyline before outlining it with the washi tapes or markers (but unlike the tapes, you’ll have to repaint the wall) for wall art that you can sign off as your own.
3. Party hack
Kid’s birthday party coming up? Instead of spending on an inflatable balloon castle or the likes, why not try your hand at creating a castle right on the wall? You can create however big a castle you (or your kid) wants it to be.
4. Party favours
With those handy washi tapes, create your own bookmark or keyrings that are great as personalized gifts or party favours.
5. Hanging wall decor
Create your own hanging wall art with some clay, paint and twine. Decide on the shapes and colours; go as loud or as muted as you want. To level up this DIY project, you can add bells to this to create your very own wind chime.