{DIY} How to Make Washi Tape Twist Ties

by Jillian Leslie on

I saw a tutorial on Corrina Wraps on how to make washi tape twist ties and had to try it. Turns they are super easy, you can finish them in minutes, and what a great way to tie up gift and favors. I will definitely be doing this in the future.

Supplies:

  • Thin wire
  • Scissors
  • Washi tape

Directions:

Cut the wire with your scissors. I cut mine into 7 inch long pieces so I had the flexibility to trim.

Place a piece of washi tape sticky side up. Stick the wire onto the middle of tape.

Then add another piece on top. Voila!

For light colored washi tape, I added one extra piece on one side and made sure to show that side on my favors.

I trimmed the edge of my twist tie, filled a cellophane bag with candy from Whole Foods (to kid myself it was healthy), and added my tie.  (Notice this bag is a lot smaller than the previous one. That's because this shot was taken after a day of my daughter and I snacking on candy.)

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    Kathie wrote:

    This is just too cute! This will be perfect for classroom treats this year!

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    Corinna wrote:

    Yay! Always love to see other people try my crafts. Thank you for the mention!

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