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Monday, November 26, 2012

November Guest Designer - Ashli Oliver, Part Two

Hello and Happy Monday!  Today we have a treat for you as we share Part Two of shares from our November Guest Designer, Ashli Oliver.  Without further adieu....

Hi! Yep, you guessed it... Ashli here again. I have some more of that beautiful fabric tape and I am loving the "body" it has before the backing is peeled off. And, backed with some more washi wonderfulness and twirled up... we have a fun and unexpected embellishment for a layout.


Dear washi... I am SO crazy about you!


You do make a page so very special!


And combined with some scraps, we have a fun little page full of washi twirlies:


I have one more project up my sleeve!

For my last layout, I went to town ruffling and pleating this fun math washi. No extra adhesive needed, just unroll and stick.



Easy peasy! So easy that I went a little crazy and even made a Thank You card! ( I never make cards).


See, all this washi has gone to my head, I tell you! But, it's been so fun.


Thanks so very much for having me :)

No, THANK YOU Ashli for joining us this month.  We have completely enjoyed your creativity and passion for washi and decorative tape.  Please be sure and stop by Ashli's blog, PURPLEMAILBOX, and continue to be inspired.

Thank you for taking the time today!  Have a great day!

8 comments:

  1. WOW Stunning layouts and such cool ideas with Washi tape. Off to experiment some. :)

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  2. Beautiful pages, i really love your card Ashli. :)

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  3. Thanks so much for having me!!! - Ashli :)

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  4. Ashli, love these!! You are the queen of washi!!

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  5. The two tapes put together look so fun on your first layout Ashli, and I love the pleats on your second page and on your card!! You are so talented!!

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  6. Love your projects and the way you use that tape...I have tons of it too and have never used it (hiding unde the desk right now)...LOL!! Beautiful work!!

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  8. WOW! Love how you stuck the tapes back-to-back and twisted them! Very creative! :)

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