Geometric Washi Tape - 10 Rolls

Geometric Washi Tape - 10 Rolls

Geometric Washi Tape - 10 Rolls

Regular price $19.99
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Vary the pleasures with these 10 rolls of black and white designer adhesive tape

The origin of Japanese washi paper goes back nearly 1300 years. It was imported from China. It is also called “tissue paper”. Before his arrival, in China as in Japan, people wrote on wood. As soon as it appeared, the monks very quickly used it to write texts such as religious sutras for example.

Washi tape is a Japanese adhesive tape . Washi means “Japanese paper”. Tape comes from English and translates as “tape”. The geometric patterns used on this Japanese tape are true symbols of Japanese culture, tradition and folklore.

  • The package consists of 10 rolls of decorative tape
  • Washi paper is made of mulberry paper called kozo
  • Size: 8mm x 2m

Here are some useful recommendations for using these pretty Japanese ribbons with geometric patterns:

🇯🇵 If you want to decorate things in your house without taking your head, use washi tape ! This adhesive paper is very easy to tear and sticks to all types of surfaces (wood, leather, glass, porcelain...).

🇯🇵 You can do the same with your personal belongings. Grab your roll of Japanese paper and customize pencils, a pencil holder, a leather pencil case, a notebook, keys, a charger or your phone case!

🇯🇵 Organize your time and personalize your agenda with colorful Japanese paper . Use a color code by type of activity (leave, appointment, meeting). Stick the corresponding sticker into your schedule. You can even write over it!

🇯🇵 Want to discover other Japanese ribbons ? Go to the Japanese washi tape collection. Wander through the lines of the collection and take a look at the ribbons whose patterns and colors inspire you. The hardest thing will be to make a choice...

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