Thursday, December 30, 2010

Japanese Craft Books = A Happy Birthday

"Card Wrapping Stationery" ISBN978-4-05-404387-9

This past week I celebrated my birthday with a trip to the Kinokuniya bookstore. I ended up finding this Japanese masking tape craft book at the store (picture above). I also picked up a stationery book and some mt tape which I'll share about later. In the mean time, here are a few pictures from the book, Card Wrapping Stationery.

Some cards made with tape. Check out those cute envelopes that the pigeon is holding. You might need to click on the picture for a better view.

Bucket decorated with tape pencils.

Decorated boxes

Umbrella handles wrapped with tape.


KJ@letsgoflyakite said...
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KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

What I meant to say, but pushed the button too soon

Happy Birthday to you!! and that bucket decorated with pencils is adorable. I have noW secured my first little stash of Japanese tape so I am loving all of these ideas.

Alexandra Alcantara said...

How lucky to treat yourself to the japanese library! Your book looks so wonderful. Happy Birthday and... Happy New Year as well.

*~kAy~* said...

happy birthday!!! :3
gawsh who knew tape could be so fun! :P

AnioĊ‚y Anielki said...

Wszystkiego Dobrego w nowym 2011 roku!!!

Anna said...

How cute - must get that book. I also celebrated a birthday, on Sun. the 26th! Capricorns rule!!!

Elsa said...

Happy Birthday!
I, too, celebrated my birthday on the 27th. Hope your birthday was a lovely as mine!
love Japanese craft books! I learned how to crochet with one following the grafts!
Hope your new year is wonderful!

kawaii crafter said...

Thank you for all the well wishes! It's nice to see that some of you share a birthday close to mine.

Happy Birthday Anna & Elsa!

Michelle L. said...

Happy Bday, o zakka one! Thanks for the sneak peeks inside your cool book - love that bucket. I need some of that tape!

Kathryn Michelle Jenkins said...

I love the bucket with the tape pencils. great blog.

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