If you’re a crafter like me, you might have noticed something called washi masking tape wholesale emerging in popularity in the past couple of years. I myself saw it for the first time in Japan, thought it was the coolest thing ever, and then mourned the loss of it when I came back to the US and couldn’t find it anywhere. However, throughout the past year, this colorful masking tape tape has started popping up in craft stores and novelty stores all around the world. When I found out that washi tape was only invented in 2006, it all made sense.
So why are people getting so excited about masking tape? What can it do other than stick things together? Well if you’re using washi tape as a thing to make things stick together, then you’re using it wrong. At about $5 a roll when bought in other , you’re also wasting a ton of money. Washi masking tape wholesale can be used for any sort of crafting, decorating, or art.
But first of all, what does washi mean? What makes it different than other masking tapes? Well, washi masking tape is modeled after designs on traditional Japanese paper, and that’s where it got the name washi.