Ginger Snap Crafts: Washi Tape Photo Plaque {tutorial}

Washi Tape Photo Plaque {tutorial}

Hello! Happy Monday to all of YOU! :) I hope you had a wonderful weekend. We finally had some warm weather. Yay! It was awesome! Today I have a quick tutorial for this super cute & easy washi tape photo plaque. This would make a great gift for a special mom or grandma in your life for Mother’s Day which is coming up pretty quick! ;) So keep reading to see how I made it.

Washi Tape Photo Plaque at #wermemorykeepers #silhouetteCAMEO #tutorial

you are my sunshine quote

Of course, you’ll need a few supplies to get started. ;)

craft supplies

For this project you will need:
wood plaque (I found this one at Hobby Lobby.)
acrylic paint
foam paint brushes
adhesive washi tape sheets from We R Memory Keepers
typing paper
metal clip
small screwdriver
vinyl lettering (I found this image in the Silhouette online store.)

OK ~ now we are ready to get started! ;) First you’ll paint your wood plaque & let it dry. Then you’ll use a piece of typing paper & a crayon to trace the outline of the plaque. Just rub the crayon around the edge of the plaque, & it makes the perfect outline.

picture tutorial

Cut that out & then use the pattern to trace the outline onto your adhesive washi tape sheet to fit your board. Then you’ll cut it out. Aren’t the washi tape sheets amazing? It’s like washi tape but much bigger! I love it! :)

washi sheets

Then you’ll just remove the paper backing before applying it to your board.

adhesive washi sheets

Apply the adhesive washi sheet to your board, & make sure that you smooth out any bubbles with your hand.

adhesive washi sheet project

Then you’ll apply one coat of decoupage to seal the washi tape to your board.

mod podge

Doesn’t that look amazing? You can easily get such a fun pattern using the washi tape! It comes in lots of different colors & patterns, too. TIP: You can find the adhesive washi tape sheets at, & when you use the code GINGER you can get 20% off. Yay! :)

photo display idea

After your decoupage has dried you’ll attach your clip to the top of your board with a tiny screwdriver. It was a little tricky, but I managed to get it on there. haha! ;)

clip for photo

Then you’ll apply your vinyl lettering to the bottom of the board. TIP: You can get a tutorial on how to apply vinyl lettering right {HERE}.

applying vinyl lettering #SilhouetteCAMEO

you are my sunshine vinyl lettering

Then you’ll clip one of your favorite pictures & set your plaque out on an easel! So adorable! I almost can’t handle the cuteness! ;) Do you have your Mother’s Day gifts planned out yet? What kind of gifts do you like to receive? I’d love to hear. :)

photo plaque at

you are my sunshine quote

Washi Tape Photo Plaque at #wermemorykeepers #silhouetteCAMEO #tutorial

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I was provided product for this post by We R Memory Keepers & DecoArt. This post does contains affiliate links.

This project & post were created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

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