Washi Tape is a staple in the planner world for most people. Did you know you can subtly showcase your washi addiction at work? This will not only cheer up your work space but will also help you use up some of those washi rolls you’ve been hoarding.
1. Washi Tape Clipboard
Sitting in meetings all day can be a bore. Spruce up your clipboard with a few patterns of washi.
2. Washi Tape Flags
Add washi tape to your paperclips to make easy to find page markers.
3. Pretty Binder Clips
Binder clips come in various colors and prints. However, if your office only orders plain clips, brighten them up yourself with that stash of washi you keep in your desk drawer.
4. Washi Tape Desktop
Add a bit of flair to any computer screen with a bit of washi.
5. Washi Tape Keyboard
Turn your boring old keyboard into a washi tape keyboard with just a few rolls of washi and a pair of scissors.
I hope these washi tape ideas help you brighten up your workday!
A few weeks ago I helped host a planner meet up on Oahu. Our group is called Oahu Planner girls, check it out! Anyway, at the meet up we had a few games and craft projects for the girls to do. My job was to create one of those craft project. I chose planner tassels!
I know some ladies don’t have a lot of time to sit and make planner things but for those of you who do, I wanted to share the printable I made. The directions are super easy to follow along and can be modified. You can make the ribbon shorter or longer and you could add more strands if you prefer.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Want to see something else on the blog? Leave a comment below with your suggestions. Also, if you do make your own planner tassel we would love to see. Use the hashtag #OPGtassel on Instagram to share your creation with us!
I just wanted to put together a quick blog post of my favorite Crochet blogs. Crocheting has been a hobby of mine for the past couple of years. It has been on and off for the last couple of months but I am getting back into it and I thought I’d share with you my favorite go to blogs for patterns, tips and tricks.
This was the first amigurumi blog that I stumbled upon. This is the blog that inspired me to crochet amigurumi dolls. Stephanie, the girl behind the blog, offers a ton of free patterns, most of which she created herself. The first pattern I ever attempted was this Spring Bunny. Ever since then I continue to crochet amigurumi now and again.
I stumbled upon one of this persons designs last year when I was looking for a Monkey pattern for my cousins baby shower. I loved the pattern as well as a few other patterns. They occasionally offer free patterns on their blog as well.
That’s about it for my favorite crochet blogs. I also like to search on Raverly for new patterns or Youtube for follow along type tutorial. If you’re interested in learning to crochet I’d definitely recommend Youtube to learn the basics. If you have any questions that you can’t find there or on any of the sites I listed feel free to ask in the comments below!