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Washi Tape Contemporary Australian Indigenous


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Washi Tape – Contemporary Australian Indigenous. Pack of 8 rolls, 15mm x 10m. Great for collage, decorative crafts and stationery use.

Washi Tape Contemporary Australian Indigenous  is a beautiful designed collection  by artist Jo Wilson.

Best Indigenous Washi Tape standout features :

  • Bundle of Creativity: This collection boasts 8 rolls of vibrant washi tape. Each measured 15mm x 10m, providing an extensive palette for your crafting adventures.
  • Unique Indigenous Designs featuring a captivating array of Contemporary Australian Indigenous patterns. Every tape is a masterpiece designed by the talented artist Jo Wilson, adding a touch of cultural flair to your projects.
  • Versatile and Lightweight: Crafted from lightweight and flexible material, these tapes have a paper-like texture. This makes them easy to handle and perfect for various surfaces such as card, paper, plastic, metal, wood, and ceramic.
  • Inclusive for All Ages: Suitable for crafters of all ages, these tapes encourage creativity and expression. Perfect for children, adults, and everyone in between.

What can you use this Washi Tape to do?

  • Decorates Cards
  • Using in Collage artwork
  • Use to Gift wrap presents
  • Make ornaments
  • General craft table at childcare.

Dive into a world of creativity with our Washi Tape Collection and elevate your crafting experience with every roll!


About the Artist:

A descendant of the Ngunnawal people in Canberra & surrounding NSW, Jo’s work represents spiritual stories of self, identity, home, country and the environment (see our website for more information). Great for collage, decorative crafts and stationery use.


Jo Wilson: Hello, I’m Jo Wilson a First Nations woman & contemporary Aboriginal Artist. I am a proud descendant of the Ngemba people of Brewarrina (Northwestern NSW). I was born on Ngunnawal Country in Canberra and although I did not grow up traditional on Country I have a strong bond with my spiritual home where my mum grew up in Brewarrina NSW.

My identity as an Aboriginal woman is something very important to me, and I have always been proud. I have been on a healing journey these past couple of years and connecting to and finding peace with my Indigenous heritage and culture through painting. I feel so grateful to have found healing and happiness through creative expression.

I paint intuitively and through ritual, this connects me to my ancestors. I love to create my own dreaming, depicting healing rainbows, but often also include my love of the moon, sun, stars & universe in my works. I hope my creations bring you joy, healing and strength as much as they have given me creating them. (Artist has revised bio since catalogue publication).

Jo CosmicDreaming

Cosmic Dreaming: Each design is different but represents the wonder of our cosmic skies.

Mob Connections: Mob which means family in our culture is extremely important. The feeling of love & connection is so strong in our community. Spirit is always healed when you are with mob.