¿Te cabas de mudar y quieres una manera bonita y rápida para mostrar tus fotos? ¡Todo lo que necesitas es celo!
Si quieres decorar tu casa u oficina con tus lomografías preferidas pero no te quieres machacar un dedo con el martillo al colgarlas, ¡el washi tape será tu mejor amigo!
¿Washi qué? Los Washi tapes son coloridos celos con diferentes diseños originarios de Japón. Funcionan igual que el celo normal y son el sueño de cualquier amante de las manualidades.
Así, para un enmarcado rápido, pega en la pared la foto que quieras usando celo doble cara, y después rodéala pegando washi tape como quieras, ¡creando un marco único! ¡Inténtalo tú mismo y muéstranos el resultado!
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