How to Make Washi Tape Christmas Tree Ornaments
Spruce up your holiday tree with this adorable DIY project from HGTV Magazine.
- Cut 3/4-inch-wide and 7/8-inch-wide dowels (available at home-improvement stores) into pieces that are 2½ inches and 3 inches long.
- Wrap washi tape around the dowels to create stripes. The 2½-inch dowel pieces will fit four stripes, and the 3-inch dowel pieces will fit five stripes.
- Have a friend hold each dowel piece while you gently tap a nail into the top center with a hammer to make a hole. Twist a mini brass screw eye into each hole.
- Tie a piece of silver thread around each screw eye to make a loop for hanging.
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