To washi tape, that is. When I got my first few rolls form Marcia, I was interested, but the bug did not really bite until I discovered Paper Peony, where I could order in South Africa and had it delivered the very next day or the day after. So after my first bunch of rolls, I really got going and have subsequently ordered a second batch and some butchers twine as well. BTW I can totally recommend Cathy at Paper Peony -excellent friendly service.
I have used it for so many things - just wrapping presents in plain brown paper bags with washi tape makes them special. We have decorated countelss little plain note books for birthday "cards" I have even stuck two tapes of equal sides back to back for a simple book mark. But let me show you some of the crafts we have done:
For the arts weeks at school the kids had to make a drum out of a coffee tin and then were taught basic drumming on it. We decorated the Princess' with washi tape. It was quick and easy and looked really great.
For the same arts week at school the kids had to decorate cupcakes in class. We made these small flags with washi tape on tooth pics for her cupcake.
The one I loved most of all though, is the bookmarks I made for the girls of the bookclub. I bought rough printed ribbon at the florist and then finished the edges with washi tape.
So have you done any exiting washi tape crafts? BTW my favorite roll of tape is the little birds on a wire one ( used on the gift tages).