Craft Roundup: Small Projects to Make with Washi Tape, Confetti, More

Everything is cuter when it’s smaller, isn’t it? Miniature toys, small baby outfits and even silly dress-up clothes all make us smile when we them. Crafting can be like that, too! From making furniture for a playhouse to creating a backdrop for a favorite set of action figures, a small canvas can result in a large smile from the crafter upon completion. This week’s roundup shows off some fun, smaller project ideas that your family can try.

 

Matchbook Notebooks

You can always have a place to doodle when you’ve got a tiny notebook with you! Learn how to make your own matchbook-style notebook with Nellie Bellie.

 

Tissue Paper Butterflies

These butterflies by In the Playroom are sweet and colorful. Perhaps a collection of these small treats would look good adorning a bedroom or even as a string of garland?

 

Washi Tape Stickers

Washi tape has so many different uses; creating stickers is another one of them! Washi Tape Crafts shows you how to use smaller punches to create a set of fun stickers.

 

Simple Confetti Gift Bags

Personalize a smaller gift by wrapping it in a small paper gift bag. Make it even more exciting by adding a thick layer of confetti! Get the how-to from Mod Podge Rocks.

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