• a type of decorative colored adhesive tape.
  • Designed to accent your craft projects, this must-have is available in a variety of prints. It is smooth to the touch with a matte finish on one side and an adhesive surface on the other. Use to add color to decorations, craft projects, and personal organizers.
  • Washi tape is like masking tape that has a decorative, patterned surface and can be easily removed. For best results, apply washi tape on clean and dry paper, fabric, wood, or glass surfaces.
  • It is a masking-like tape that is super durable and flexible and is available in a variety of widths, textures, patterns and colors. It tears easily and can be safely applied to a variety of surfaces; it doesn’t leave a sticky residue behind, making it especially ideal for home décor and craft projects alike
  • Washi tape is a high quality masking tape originally manufactured by a Japanese company marketed as Japanese Masking Tape. At some point it started being called “Washi tape” in international markets. … Washi can be translated to “Japanese paper” simply meaning wa (Japanese) and shi (paper).
  • What is the difference between washi tape and normal tape?  The term “washi tape” refers to the fact that the tapes are made from Japanese rice paper and differentiates it from typical masking tape you might find in the hardware store. … It’s great for sealing envelopes and wrapping presents but a little harder to use for paper crafting.
  • Can washi tape be removed from paper?  If you watched the video above, you may have noticed that we were able to take washi tape off of a piece of paper without damaging the paper. Likewise, washi tape can usually be removed from photos without causing damage. Washi tape may leave a small line of adhesive on the photo, depending on how long you hang it up.