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Monday, April 1, 2013

Magnificent Monday - Washi Tape Duo

Magnificent Monday Guest - Amy O'Neill!

Hello, Everyone!  I'm excited to be blogging here today.  I thought I'd share a new product that Stampin' Up! just started offering -- washi tape! I was so excited when I saw that this would be included with the new This & That product offering. As soon as I received my package on Friday, I was already thinking of how I wanted to use it.

I made a couple of cards with it, that I'll share with you today. On this first card, I also used the Epic Day DSP and the Epic Day Designer Stickers. I love how everything in this bundle coordinates with each other.


I started by spritzing the Very Vanilla card base with my Basic Gray marker using the Color Spritzer Tool. I then applied a strip of each of the three washi tape rolls diagonally across the card. I then made the paper flower using the Fancy Flower punch. I punched out two flowers using the Epic Day DSP. For the top layer of the flower, I used my paper snips to cut from one petal to the center of the flower (see picture below):


I then put some adhesive on the flower petal next to the cut, and placed the other flower petal on top of it, making it a four petal flower. I punched another flower using the newsprint paper, and scrunched it up and stuck a brad in the middle. I placed one of the stickers from the Epic Day Designer Sticker pack on some Daffodil Delight card stock and cut it out and adhered it to the card base with Dimensionals.


For the second card, I made a panel of Very Vanilla card stock and applied Washi tape over the panel. I then made a flower using the Blossom punch and Creped Filter Paper. I spritzed the card base with a Basic Gray marker again, and then adhered my washi tape panel with the flower and banners. I added some rhinestones for added interest.

I can't wait to play with this washi tape some more!   It is so easy to use and it's so fun.  I hope this has inspired you to try it out if you haven't before.

Supplies Used for Card One:
Ink: Basic Gray
Paper: Very Vanilla, Daffodil Delight, Epic Day This and That dsp, First Edition Specialty dsp
Embellishments: Epic Day This and That Designer Washi Tape, Epic Day This and That Designer Stickers, Fancy Flower punch, 3/8" Designer Printed Brads, Color Spritzer Tool

Supplies Used for Card Two:
Stamps:  Sweet Essentials
Ink: Basic Gray, Versamark
Paper: Pool Party, Calypso Coral, Epic Day This and That dsp, Creped Filter Paper
Embellishments: Epic Day This and That Designer Washi Tape, White Stampin' Emboss powder, 1/2" Circle punch, In Color Dahlias, Basic Rhinestone Jewels, Color Spritzer Tool


Thanks for sharing with us, Amy!
 

3 comments:

seralewis said...

Oh, I LOVE these. What a fabulous style you have... and I'm wanting that washi! Thank you for sharing with us!

Jen said...

Great cards, Amy!! I love the 'mixed media' look that the color spritzer and the washi tape give that first card. Thanks for sharing!

Jen Timko said...

How cute is this!! Awesome card!

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