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Showcasing Washi Love

Welcome to the 
Monday Blog Hop & Giveaway with EAD Designs
You should be arriving here from Rose's Happy Place!

There is some vinyl being given away, so stop by the 
EAD Designs Blog too!

I just ordered a whole lot of washi tape from 
Freckled Fawn (via Paper Issues) and stuck them into
a small plain glass jar.  It desperately needed some jazzing up.

I decided to dress up a large CHALK IT TAG with a cut-out heart
that I embellished with Thickers.  I used a non-permanent tape so that I can
remove the heart if I ever decide to change the ingredients of the jar
(or in case my washi outgrows my jar...which is the most likely scenario!) 

And you could surely write on these CHALK IT tags with 
chalk pens or chalk itself...perfect for organizing anything in your home
or office.  A huge assortment can be found at EAD Designs!

Thanks for dropping in...time now for the talented Amy Tsuruta!
Have a wonderful week!


  1. Very Cute. Love the washi tape container.

  2. Cute & clever way to store scrappy goodies AND make it look FAB as well : )

  3. Love how you decorated your jar.
    Those chalk tags are perfect. TFS.
    dmcardmaker (at

  4. Great minds think alike :)
    LOVE your washi tape container!!! This is my next storage job!!
    TFS and hope you're having a GREAT day!!

  5. Great idea for organising and I am jealous of you washi tape collection :)

  6. So cute! I love the black bracket label, makes the letters really pop. And that aqua ribbon? Too cute for words! :)

  7. oh my gosh sooo clever!!! LOVE how cute that is


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