Get Crafty With Nuno Deco Iron-On Washi Tape
This post is sponsored by Hands On Workshop.
Japan holds a very special place in my heart.
Mainly because it’s the home of washi tape.
Oh and it’s also where my husband proposed.
But WASHI TAPE!
I love the stuff.
When the team at Hands On Workshop asked if I’d like to check out their exclusive range of Nuno Deco washi tapes, it was a no-brainer.
What makes Nuno Deco washi tape unique?
It is a fabric washi tape with a peel-off backing. You can apply it to fabrics, iron it in place and it can be put through the wash.
Nuno Deco can also be used on non-fabrics like notebooks, photo frames… you’re only limited by your own imagination.
Use it to personalise all. the. things!
Watch Nuno Deco washi tape in action
Personalise clothes and accessories
Nuno Deco tapes come in standard tape sizes, but they are also available in these awesome Sheets of tape.
I adored playing with the Sheets of tape as you could create your own larger shapes.
Simply draw the shape onto the peel-off backing and cut it out.
Application is super simple. Peel the backing off and position it where you’d like it.
I particularly appreciated the fact that you can peel off the shape and reposition if you make a mistake. This feature is excellent for people like me who may describe themselves as “perfectly imperfect crafters.”
It is not affixed on fabric until you iron over it. (Safety first, people. Ironing is best completed by an adult- even though these tapes are simple enough for kids to craft with.)
Once pleased with positioning, you place a thin piece of fabric over your design and iron for 20-25 seconds.
Done! Your tape is now held in place and is laundry-safe!
The Sheets are also perfect for simple embellishments. Such a simple way to customise tote bags!
I think the popsicle Sheets are my fave!
If freestyle cutting shapes isn’t your thing, then the packets of Flake Fabric Shapes are for you.
Pre-cut stars, triangles and circles make decorating so easy.
As my eldest starts school next year, I’ll also be saving some of the tape to label all the school jumpers, hats and other school paraphenalia!
Nuno Deco tape doesn’t have to be used solely on fabric.
It can be used like traditional washi tape without any ironing involved.
Use it to create your own notebooks and photo frames. I used it to decorate wooden pegs to act as paper clips.
Label cords with it! So many possibilities.
It appears that I have passed my washi tape love affair onto my children (my work here is done #micdrop.)
They brandish the stuff any chance they can get.
We used Nuno Deco tape to create dominoes using craft sticks.
Using some cardboard rectangles, we also made our own game of Memory.
The current catch-cry here is “We could Nuno Deco that!”
The kids and I keep coming up with loads of creative possibilities for this amazing washi tape.
The personalised possibilities really are endless.
Check out the exclusive Nuno Deco range at www.handsonworkshop.com.au
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