Monday, 25 June 2012

Washi Tape

Here are some samples that Jill made using Washi Tape. 
Washi Tape is Japanese tape that can be used to decorate your cards and scarapbooking pages. It  can be stamped on, punched, cut embossed and much more.
We have heaps of stock in store at the moment to choose from.
On the card above Jill put the Washi Tape onto vellum, stamped  the butterfly onto it and then cut around it. She also adhered the pink tape onto the card base, adhered the red tape onto a piece of card, punched it with a border punch, peeled it off the card and then adhered it onto the card base. Washi Tape is repositionable which means it can be moved around easily.

On this card Jill coloured in the seahorse (a new stamp from Kaiser) with Liquid Pearls, cut out the layers using Spellbinder dies and decorated the card base with the blue Washi Tape.

Jill stamped the boat (a new stamp from Stamp It) onto vellum, coloured in the image with Gelly Roller pens (metallic glittery gel pens), adhered the vellum to the card base with the tape and stamped "Happy Birthday" onto the tape.

These little guys (another new stamp from Kaiser) have been coloured in with the Turquoise Spectrum Pens. The spotted Washi Tape has been used to decorate the background of the card.

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous card natalie. I tried to subscribe to you blog e-mail again but it said I am already subscribed but I have not received any blog updates for a few weeks..Loz