There are so many great projects out there using Washi tape. I,for one, couldn't really think of anything I wanted to make with it, so I'm a little late playing around with it!
But, I have some windows in my garage that a friend gave me when they replaced the windows in her house.
what to do?
Here's what I came up with...
I found the tape at Target. In the same section as the tape, they had magnets that have the days of the week on them. I also got my dry erase markers on the same aisle.
I had originally planned to have it where you'd just write in the day of the week, but when I saw these magnets, I knew they'd be perfect!
I measured to evenly divide the window into 7 sections across.
I measured off 5 sections from the bottom up leaving enough space at the top to add my days of the week and the month.
An xacto knife cut the excess tape perfectly.
Using E6000, I glued the days of the week magnets onto the window.
I added one more row of tape above the days of the week.
All you have to do is write in the month and add the numbers in the correct section and your calendar is ready to fill in with all your important dates!
The dry erase markers work great on the glass. Just wipe it off when the next month rolls around.
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You clever gal! I've not tried Washi Tape yet but it sure looks like fun -- this is so colorful and yet useful!ReplyDelete
Love your idea to recycle the window as a calendar! The Washi Tape is playful in bright colors. I'm going to Target to check out the WT.ReplyDelete
What a great idea... Experimenting with Washi tape is also on my (very long) list of projects to try. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Wow. What a fun idea. It turned out really cute.ReplyDelete
That's a great project. I've never heard of Washi tape let alone seen it. Maybe it's not available in Australia. Anyhow well done and it's actually a great idea and would be perfect for a family with kids seeing they have so many activities etc.ReplyDelete
This is really a fun idea..very smart :)ReplyDelete
How clever and colorful! Love it!ReplyDelete
very original idea! I love the concept and the colours...ReplyDelete
What a great use of an old window. I have not used the tape yet either. I think you came up with a clever idea. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.ReplyDelete
That is incredible! I love it! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning to the Pomp Party board!ReplyDelete
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That is really cool! Nice idea. :)ReplyDelete
Found you via Tatertots and Jello!
This is a super cute and practical idea (love that). Would you believe I have never seen washi tape in person? I know, it's so sad. Still waiting for Target to come to Canada, lol. Thanks for sharing at our party this week.ReplyDelete
That is great! I just bought some Washi Tape on Etsy...need to try something like this! So cute! Dry erase markers on glass...of course! So smart! Happy to be a new follower. I found you on Homework with Carolyn!ReplyDelete
What a cute idea! It looks so cheery and fun.ReplyDelete
Love, love, love washi tape! This is so cute! Thanks for linking up to "Strut Your Stuff Saturday!" Hopefully we'll see you tomorrow at 8pm MDT for this week's party! :) -The SistersReplyDelete
Adorable! I haven't joined the washi tape movement yet, but now that I know I can get it at Target, I'm signing up.ReplyDelete
What a great way to dress up a plain white space! This would look great in my kitchen. I'd love for you to share this post at my link party.ReplyDelete
wow! that looks so cute! I am totally pinning this. thanks for sharing and have a fab weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing this at my link party. I just wanted to let you know that I'm featuring this later tonight feel free to stop by and grab a button :)ReplyDelete
Love it! Such a clever and pretty idea. And I have that same tape! I can't wait to use it, I've never used washi tape before. I would love if you shared this at my Throwback Thursday party. Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you there! http://www.hubbymademe.com/throwback-thursday-no-7/ReplyDelete