Good evening all my peeps!! I am sorry to be coming to you so late today, but as it turns out my family seems to want to eat dinner EVERY.SINGLE.NIGHT! I don't understand this! If they would just cut me some slack every so often…
Anywho, I am thrilled (hello? I am always thrilled when it comes to stamping) with this week's Friday Quickie–Washi Tape is awesome stuff–it is like printed paper that has adhesive on one side! I have several examples of what to do with it on my video–and the first one is also a study in how to add to your card to make it awesome. I start with a simple but cute card, and I show how to step it up!
So this is the "stepped up" version–but it is still quite simple! I added the washi tape over the stamped image, ran it through the Polka Dot Embossing Folder, spritzed with marker and then added the Butterfly. Very simple!
The next card I showed was inspired by this card that my Downline's Mom posted on my FB Business Page:
This card is one Jean made (much of it is retired stuff, but isn't it adorable?!) She asked about the technique and requested a video, so here you go!
On my card, I used the Everyday Chic Washi Tape and just freehand cut the Bermuda Bay layer. I pulled the two apart and popped them up on a white panel, then trimmed the excess off.
I added the Hello (from Crazy About You Bundle) and on the inside:
I added some more accents of Washi Tape and stamped the flower, leaf and greeting (from the same Crazy About You bundle).
Some more cards for inspiration:
In this card, I created a Shaker Card. For my VIP's I'll have a video on how to put this together on our FB page!!
Here is another card that I will post an additional video on my VIP page on how to make it. The panel pulls out to reveal a hidden message! Squee!!! I used the Little Letter Thinlits and the Endless Birthday Wishes Stamp sets. The party hat is from the Sale-a-bration set, Hello.
Very simple card using my fav: Botanical Blooms Framelits!
And the matching envelope (made with Envelope Paper and the Envelope Punch board to fit my 3 1/2"x 5 1/2" card. The Washi Tape makes the perfect "adhesive" to hold it closed! Since it is kind of low-tack or mostly repositionable, it works great to hold it temporarily closed!
This card is great to show how versatile Washi Tape can be–a fancy card with Washi accents is awesome! I watercolored this card and love how it turned out!
Here is the Washi Accent–I just added a button on top. Fancy, huh?
I hope you loved my projects this week! Drop me a line and let me know which is your fav! If you are a VIP Rewards member, make sure to hop over to our VIP Rewards FB page and check out all the awesome bonus videos and cards. There are a bunch this week! Not a VIP Rewards member yet? Its a piece of cake–you just need to place an order through my online store. Here are the details:
Thanks again so much for stopping by! If you have loved these projects and can't wait to get some of the things I've used, I would be so grateful if you would purchase them through my online store! Every time you order through The Creativity Cave, my heart soars, and I think of more ways to inspire you through my awesomeness and amazing stamping projects! It means so much to me that you let me into your craft rooms and devices! 😉 I love that I can share my passion with you! But don't forget, there are lots of perks for ordering from The Creativity Cave!! I have a fabulous VIP Rewards program that I cannot wait to welcome you into! Lots of great things that go with it. You can read about it here. Don't forget to use April's Hostess Code DJYRXNET. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT–I am so grateful for each of you!! Happy Stamping!
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