Washi Tape Minimal Native Florals
Minimal native florals washi tape - covered in hand drawn Australian flowers including wax flower, flannel flower, golden wattle, stuart’s desert pea, pink rock lily, bottlebrush, honeysuckle banksia, waratah, eucalyptus flower, grevillea, kangaroo paw, canberra bells, wild iris and banksia, surrounded by eucalyptus leaves, pollen and buzzing bees on an opaque white background.
Eco-friendly tape alternative - great for packaging, wrapping, journaling or crafting.
Washi tape is a renewable product made from Japanese shrubs and hemp. It can be recycled and composted. There is some reuse to the product - it similar to a post-it note, it will become less tacky after multiple uses. Washi tape works well to wrap smaller objects, when using a matte wrapping paper, like kraft or tissue paper.
Each tape is 15mm high and 10m long.
Designed in Australia - hand painted watercolour illustrations by Sydney mum and artist, Isabelle Chaumont. In the absence of Australian washi tape manufacturers, these tapes are crafted in Donguong, China with traditional Japanese machines and techniques.