We all know how many different Bullet Journal page ideas are out there, and we’ll be looking into one more here.
In this post, we’ll talk about creating washi tape swatch pages, which are fun and useful.
Just like in my post on pen swatch pages, I have to say that creating a swatch page is not just fun but also useful.
Chances are, if you bought at least one roll of washi tape, in some time, you suddenly found yourself drowning in washi. It just has this effect; you can never have just one roll of washi tape.
And once you have so many washi tapes, it’s easy to forget which ones you have in your collection and leave the gathering dust in your drawers.
Of course, we don’t want that to happen, and having a swatch page like this will allow you to have quick and easy access to all your washi tape collections, so you actually use all of them.
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Let's start with this amazing set on Amazon. This is a very basic design, but it's a classic to have and can be perfect for creating aesthetic Bullet Journal pages.
Gold is not usually my type of color, but these washi tapes definitely make me reconsider. Especially because black and gold are such an amazing combination.
I have this set myself, and it's amazing. It's very affordable, and it helps create so many interesting pages and decoration ideas.
This is probably the most well-known washi tape, and for a good reason - they have so many different types and designs.
What a fun idea to create dresses from washi tapes! It also looks realistic since any washi tape design can be a design for a cloth.
I had to include this page because it looks so cute with its soft colors.
It also has several ideas to display your washi tape, as pain colors and as little polaroids.
Such a fun idea to call your swatch page a washi tape wardrobe. It's a simple idea, and it looks so cute.
This is not necessarily the most creative way to display your washi tapes, but it's my favorite because it creates such an amazing outlook on all the details.
I love how this spread looks and how each swatch is the same size. So neat!
What a creative way to make these beautiful flags out of washi tape. You get a lot of space to demonstrate the entire pattern of washi tape.
We already saw this idea, but I wanted to include this spread. It looks super cute and I love the tiny details, like shadows on the polaroids.
What a fun way, washi tapes and my favorite types of shoes. I wonder if these washi tapes are actually black and white or if there is color and the editing is the one that makes it black and white.
I love this swatch page. It's such a fun way to turn washi into jackets for your pets. A dog mom in my is very happy about this idea.
Cute and a super neat idea. It's actually a fun way to fill out your book tracker if you are interested, mostly in how many books you've read rather than what books these were.
Wouldn't it be amazing to receive letters like these? I like that there are visible envelopes, but at the same time, they don't really ruin the pattern of the washi tape.
Really fun idea for a washi tape swatch, especially if you don't mind taking a few extra steps and adding those extra tag pieces of paper.
So, which one of these do you want to replicate in your Bullet Journal?
And how many rolls of washi tapes are in your collection?
Share with us in the comments!
I hope this list was helpful; if you find it so, please share!
And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob.