Thursday 25 June 2015

Wonderful Washi with a Cherry on Top

I often receive questions about how to use washi tape.  Stampin' Up! have brought out some very versatile washi tapes in the current catalogue and I thought I'd put together some projects featuring the Cherry on Top washi tape range.

All the items in the picture above were made using washi tape as a key feature on each project. 
  • Washi tape can be used instead of designer series/patterned paper - just run a strip(s) of tape straight or at angles across some cardstock.
  • Layer strips of washi tape on cardstock and use your dies and BigShot to cut out shapes.  I've done this for the balloon, bow on the gift bag and flag/banner ends on both the gift bag and 'happy birthday' card.
  • Washi tape can be used on more than just paper - I've covered the metal lid of the bottle holding the product sign with washi tape too.
Here are some detailed photos:
Angled or straight - washi tape adds interest to your projects.
Die cut layered washi tape for decorative embellishments like the balloons on these cards.

Run straight strips of washi tape at the top and bottom of a card to add a splash of colour.
I hope this encourages you to have some fun with washi tape. 
The key products used on these projects have been listed below - just click on the picture and it will take you to my online store where the product can be purchased.  Papercrafting classes and workshops are available, please feel free to contact me for details.
If you like these cards - you might like this older card I made using a now retired range of washi tapes:
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