How to Make a Quick and Easy Washi Tape Card
Hello Inkredible Friends!
Today's Make it Quick card features Washi Tape! Washi Tape comes in so many fun colors and patterns and is super easy to work with. The tape I'm using for this card reminds me of spring and birthday celebrations.
Watch the video tutorial to see how quick this card comes together. Supply list and instructions are also listed below. If you'd like.
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- Stamp Set: Mixed Drinks Item 141928; Happy Birthday Gorgeous (Inside Sentiment) Item 143662
- Card Stock: Bermuda Bay Item 131197 : Crushed Curry Item 131199; Whisper White Item 100730
- Punch: Triple Banner Item 138292
- Framelit: Wood Crate Item 143730
- Washi Tape: Cherry on Top (Retired product)
- Pool Party Twine Item 144353
- Dimensionals Item 104430
- Snail Adhesive Item 104332
- Glue Dots Item 103683
1- Cut card stock pieces: Card Base out of Bermuda Bay 4 1/4 X 11 score at 5 1/2; Crushed Curry 4 X 5 1/4; Whisper White 3 3/4 X 5; Scrap piece of Whisper White 2 X 3 1/2
2-Stamp Sentiment about the midway point of the banner. Wrap Twine around the banner toward the top and secure to the back with glue dots.
3- On the Whisper White 3 3/4 X 5 panel place the washi tape. I started about an inch and a half from the bottom and stacked four different colors/patterns.
4-Place dimensionals on the back of the banner and place where you want it on the whisper white panel.
5- Using a scrap piece of whisper white cardstock place enough washi tape pieces (layer them if you need to) to be able to cut three stars from the Wood Crate framelit set.
6- Place a dimensional on the back of each star. I placed one to the left of the banner & sentiment and two on the lower portion of the banner.
Do you have some washi tape that you haven't used? This would be a great way to showcase some of those fabulous colors and patterns. Take a picture of your project and share in the comments below!