Sunday, April 26, 2015

Super Star!

Hi Washi fans!
Stacey here to show you a card that I created that features 
some of that awesome washi from Love My Tapes.

To start my card, I needed to create my panel that I would be layering everything on top of.
To do that, I simply took some of the Gold With White Star Washi and started adhering it to a piece of white cardstock in a diagonal pattern all the way across just leaving a little gap in between pieces. 

Once I had all my washi laid down, I simply trimmed off the excess.

Here is my finished card:

I thought some gold glitter cardstock would go along perfectly with that awesome washi tape. 
I added a strip of black, gold glitter and white with my greeting along the front towards the bottom and then popped up some gold glitter stars with some foam adhesive. 

Here is a closer look at the Gold with White Stars Washi:

This tape is so pretty in person and gold seems to be on trend right now.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!
For more info on my project, please visit my blog HERE

You can purchase Washi Tape at the Love My Tapes Etsy store HERE

I hope you have a great crafty day!

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Selfie with Memere ~ Using Washi Tape on Your Layout

Happy Saturday everyone!
Hopefully you are sleeping in a little... but if not, here is a layout I created just for you this morning ;)

Gold is very trendy in the scrappy world right now.  I am totally obsessed with it!  I created a layout using two of my favorite washi tapes from Love My Tapes!

To create my title, I place stripes of  Copper Candy Stripes Washi Tape onto a piece of white cardstock and cut with my Silhouette.  It's a super easy way to create an original title.  I also used it to create an solid border around my layout!

 .  I used some Metallic Gold Triangle Washi Tape to mat my photos.  I also place random pieces of both washi tapes and cut diamond shapes with my Silhouette.  I tore strips and adhered it along the border to soften it up a bit.  I cut the heart shapes by hand.

Click on the link to go directly to the Etsy Store :D
Copper Candy Stripes Washi Tape - Gold masking tape - graduation - Love My Tapes

Copper Candy Stripes Washi Tape

Metallic Gold Triangle Washi Tape - wedding decor - craft supply - card making - Love My Tapes

Metallic Gold Triangle Washi Tape

Hope your weekend is full of washi tape :)

Chalkboard Birthday cards

Hi Everyone!
Kimberly from Kimberly's Crafty Spot
sharing a few Chalkboard style Birthday cards featuring some fun 
Love My Tapes washi tape embellishments.
I made some cute Pom-pom decorations that I thought
would be a fun banner embellishment.

First though, here is a short tutorial on how 
I made the fun pom-pom banner embellishments

1) I tore strips of washi tape 2-3 in. long.
2) Fold in half on itself, so it sticks together.
3) Take some sharp scissors and snip along the folded edge to make a fringe.

Then take some tweezers and wrap around 
the fringed washi tape to form a circle/flower.

 Take the washi pom pom and adhere on a strong glue dot 
and press the middle down with a finger tip.
Place on your project!! 
So simple but fun!

Here are the Birthday cards I made with the fun pom-poms.

Thank you so much for stopping by! 
For all the details of my project, please visit my blog.
Have a wonderful day!


Friday, April 24, 2015

Love card

Hey everyone, Michelle here today with another card.  I picked out some red/pink washi tape from my stash and stuck some strips on a piece of white cardstock.  Then I used a die to cut out a big heart.  It was a pretty easy card to make.  I just added some sequins and a sentiment and I was done!

You can find lots of love themed washi in the Love My Tapes store!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Paper Fans

Charity here from Scrappin' Chaos.
My fan die and strips of washi tape make the perfect little fans.
Here I've put a pair together for quick gifts.

The first fan is made from strips of washi-tape.
After layering the tape on a scrap of one-sided patterned paper, I positioned the die and cut each fan rib. The red, black, and white of the tape contrasts nicely.
a bit of gold ribbon and a brass brad hold things together.
 The second fan is held together with Washi Tape!!!
I folded the tape in half and used it to thread through the fan ribs.
I also used a strip of the folded tape to tie the bow.
 Here are the tapes I used:
stripes washi tape - black and white patterns - decorative tape - Love My Tapes
Black and White Stripes

Triangle Washi tape - Masking Tape - Love My Tapes

Bicycle Black and White Washi Tape - LMT 1143 - Love My Tapes

Stop by the Love my Tapes Etsy store for more washi-tape choices!

Check my blog Scrappin' Chaos for a list of supplies.

Scrap On!


Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Always Laugh Together

Hello fans of Love My Tapes!  I am here today to share a new layout I created.  This time I wanted to use washi as an accent instead of the majority of the patterns on my page.  Washi tape is perfect to just add little pops of extra color to any project.  
I loved this red paper with the little white dots and wanted to add some extra red accents, so I just grabbed this roll of Red Triange Washi tape.  
 Since these goofy pictures remind me of a photo booth, I just had to add a couple of strips of this fun Movie Film Washi.
I also can not get enough gold lately, so I added a strip of the Metallic Gold Triangle Washi.

- Cassie -

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Cute CAS Cards for All Occasions!

Hello Washi Tape Fans! 
Susie here today to share a couple of Clean And Simple (CAS) cards.  I do not make cards very often and these are just my style!  They are quick and easy and incorporate just a few elements:  
a stamped sentiment, a photo sticker, and washi tape!

I chose these 2 rolls of washi, which you can find at the Love My Tapes Etsy store, because they coordinated with the Paper House Snapshot Sticker images I wanted to use:

Triangles Washi, Bunny Frog Washi
Did I mention these cards are super simple?  I started by cutting a piece of 8.5" x 11" white cardstock in half and folding it to create a card.  Next I laid down a strip of washi about half an inch up from the bottom.

I stamped the sentiment, applied the photo sticker and the card was done!  
I love the way the washi tape makes the colors in the photo sticker *pop*!

The next card was almost as fast.  This time I created the base out of grass green cardstock.  I trimmed the white cardstock to 4"x 5.25" and adhered the panel to the front of the card.

I thought the whimsical critters and the colors on this washi tape were a good match for the fun photo sticker and the "happiness" sentiment!  Who doesn't love a cute kitty card?!

Two seriously cute cards in about 10 minutes!  
It took longer to gather and put away my supplies than it did to make them!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find some time to play today!