Washi Tape Pastel - 10 Rolls

Washi Tape Pastel - 10 Rolls

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Opt for this box of 10 rolls of pastel patterned adhesive tape for a gentle decoration

Born in Japan in the 7th century during the Nora period, Japanese paper (washi) was originally used by monks to write sutras in temples. Washi is made from kozo (paper mulberry), paper mitsumata and gampi (paper goose).

These 10 rolls of adhesive tape represent star patterns in many different shapes. The box is made of pastel-colored papers, ranging from pale pink to light blue, passing through yellow and purple.

  • Package includes 10 rolls of Japanese adhesive paper
  • Washi tape is made from kozo (made from mulberry fiber)
  • Size: 8mm x 2m

Find our advice for a successful customization in 2 steps 3 movements with adhesive tape:

🇯🇵 If you're about to have friends over for dinner, you can use Japanese tape to decorate glasses to recognize them. You can even stick a piece of ribbon to cutlery, the edges of plates and bowls using a pattern per person (consider removing them before washing them by hand or in the dishwasher).

🇯🇵 To decorate your office belongings, nothing is easier: wrap a small strip of adhesive paper around a pencil and match it with the pencil sharpener for example. You can also decorate your keys, a very practical tip to differentiate them. Or put on a piece of magic tape to brighten up your phone case or charger.

🇯🇵 You can also use washi tape to organize your days. Put a small strip of colored Japanese paper on the day and the slot concerned. The most? You can write with pen on top of it and peel off the tape without tearing the sheet.

🇯🇵 Find all of our models of patterned adhesive papers in our collection of Japanese paper. You can choose between different ribbon widths, tones and colors as well as various Japanese patterns.

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