More Japanese Masking Tape Fun

June 9th, 2009 § 15

Somebody stop me. Ok, not really. I’m relieved glad I’m using the Japanese Masking tape I bought myself for my birthday. There have been times when I’ve pined desperately for something only to buy it and not use it (hello double chaise lounge).

Here’s another little use for  The Tape – Magnetic Note Holders
You’ll need:
-clothespins
-1″ x 4″ white labels
-xacto knife
-fabulous japanese masking tape
-sticky-backed magnetic tape

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-Lay clothespin onto 1×4″ label (line side of label up with side of clothespin that has the metal part sticking out)
-Cut around clothespin with xacto
-Place tape on top of clothespin
-Cut small pieces of magnetic tape and stick to back of clothespin

Magnetic backed clothespins with Japanese masking tape.

Magnetic backed clothespins with Japanese masking tape.

I plan to use some of these on my magnet board in my studio, but they’d work on a frig too.

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§ 15 Responses to “More Japanese Masking Tape Fun”

  1. Natalie Jost says:

    Clothespin magnets are great. I have them on my fridge and even my microwave. And without magnets they’re neat to hang pictures from using craft wire between a couple of nails. We have a sort of kiddie museum for my daughters “artwork”.

    That’s a GREAT idea using masking tape! I’ve always loved those pretty tapes but never felt I’d have enough use for them. That may change now. ;)

  2. what cheery clothespins! those will cheer up any magnet board or kitchen. good job finding more uses for your cute tape :)

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  4. Shauna says:

    These turned out so cute. I love it. I posted them on my blog and linked it back to you.
    Thanks, Shauna

  5. How cute are these clothespins? love. I’ve made some too, but now I must try STRIPES! :)

  6. Akiko says:

    Oh, I love these pins! So cute! I am a big fan of the masking tapes too and feel I can never get enough of them! I got mine from a cute store called little happy things on Etsy. The owner is sweet, and I guess she brings things back from Japan when she goes to visit.
    Here is her store:
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/littlehappythings1

    I also like her blog, she shows some ideas of using the tapes too.

    Thank you for sharing~

  7. How creative and ooh so pretty!

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  13. Urbandoll says:

    Omg these are amazing! I’ve just gotten a few rolls of washi tapes and I can’t wait to try them out when they arrive at my place! Thanks for this:D

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