Today we're happy to feature designs created with Japanese Masking Tape by Heather Meeson. Heather is a very talented artist who creates adorable cards and was recently featured on the Hero Arts blog. Here's a bit more about Heather
"Heather, who lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, has been a staple on the A Muse Artstamps Design Team for many years. When she's not sharing her creations on her blog or the A Muse News Blog, you may just find her teaching in a store near you."
Heather created some fantastic cards with Japanese Masking Tapes. Here's a look at her amazing work
It's no surprise that banners are hot and soo easy to create with our Japanese Masking Tapes as Heather has shown on this adorable card.
This card is super fun with a few strips of the tapes layered on the bottom of the card.
Heather included a step by step tutorial on how to create this adorable Easter card with Spellbinder dies and the masking tapes. Here's a look at the card
And here's how you can create your own take. Layer strips of the masking tapes on cardstock
Lay the oval Spellbinders die over the place you want to cut your die and run it thru your Cuttlebug or Spellbinder.
Add some punched grass and other Easter punches from Martha Stewart crafts and you've got an adorable card.
We'd like to thank Heather for sharing her creations with us today. If you'd like to see more of Heather's amazing work check out her blog One little spark...
Note: If you'd like to get your hands on these fantastic masking tapes please visit our website Love My Tapes where we have a great selection of styles and colors.
You can purchase them directly from the site and there is no minimum order.