Seigaiha Washi Tape

Seigaiha Washi Tape

Regular price $13.99

Attract luck and prosperity with this seigaiha patterned washi tape

Washi tape is a Japanese tape. Wa means “Japanese"and shi means “paper."Washi is simply the translation of “Japanese paper”. Tape is an English word that translates as tape. The Japanese ribbon appeared in Japan in the 7th century, during the Nara period. Since 2014, it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The seigaiha pattern refers to the “blue waves of the ocean”. It is a symbol used in Egypt and Persia. It comes from an old dance practiced in Japanese classes. It symbolizes prosperity, luck and peace. The Japanese love it for their furoshiki, an ecological packaging.

  • Package includes a roll of Japanese tape
  • Japanese paper is most often made from kozo (mulberry paper)
  • Measurements: 1.5 cm x 5 m

Here are some creative ideas for making good use of washi paper:

🇯🇵 Japanese ribbon can be used for scrapbooking. This fun and creative activity consists of grouping different elements together by mixing them together. Calligraphy, drawing, collages, sewing... Compose your personalized memory album!

🇯🇵 Another super simple idea to set up: the photo frame made of adhesive tape . The patterns represented on these washi tapes are perfectly indicated for decorating photos hanging on the wall for example. They will give them a nice touch of color.

🇯🇵 If you want to get started in Wall Art, this Japanese Scotch will be your partner. Easily glued, peelable and repositionable, the adhesive paper will serve as a pattern to make origami replicas and thus decorate your large white wall!

🇯🇵 To find other patterns and colors, we advise you to go to our collection of Japanese paper. You will have access to a wide range of decorative Japanese ribbons . Creative and manual activities will only have to be held well...

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