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Cute Little Washi Tape Card

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I was totally inspired by the new ONLINE CLASS from Stampin' Up!

showing over 30 projects using Washi Tape!

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Washi bundle 1

Do you just love this sweet little 3" x 4" card!?

BELOW: Just cover your cardstock scraps with rows of Washi Tape, and adhere to a folded card! I folded the ends of the washi tape over the back side of the cardstock before adhering it to my notecard.

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Add a little flag greeting and a ribbon and DONE!

Tip for cutting flag embellishment can be found here

Washi bundle 2

Stampin' Up! Supplies you'll need for this card

Washi Tape Bundle/class #134743

(includes 12 rolls of Washi Tape, 20 notecards & online class)


Gingham Garden Washi (129314) & Epic Day Washi (131269)

and Notecards #131527


A Dozen Thoughts, pg 59 #131056 (wood) or #131059 (clear)


Brights Candy Dots #130931

Calypso Coral Chevron Ribbon #130018

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Oh I love washi tape on cards ... I have a few I've made which I talky should photograph and get on my blog


I love both looks -- however, my personality is for the first card you made with nice even edges. I also think that card would have looked "bad" if you had used torn edges. IMHO. I love the one with the heart the very best!
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Hi Patty, I have been following your work and getting inspirations for years, and I always look forward to your next email...I like both ideas with the washi tape, as I work with stampin up myself I love the products. The cut look is great for a perfect look, especially if the card is ment for someone who is a perfectionist, but I always go for the ripped look, as it gives a certain look of an art project, then just a card. Art is about what you love to do, and it never has to be perfect, so I would always go for a rough look, it is a more you project, and inspires your art creativeness.

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