Happy weekend, Love My Tapes friends! It's Jaclyn here today with a bit of a little scavenger hunt for you. Check out the page I put together below and see if you can spot all of the places I used washi tape....
You're probably thinking - pretty simple, huh?! You've spied the bit of aqua chevron off to the left side of the patterned paper block.
Quickly located the pretty gold, star tape peeking out above my vertical photo.
And maybe you even spotted the border of pink confetti-dotted tape that runs vertically along the white cardstock block.
If you stopped there, however, you still haven't identified the large surface area on the page that is covered in washi! Any more guesses?! Take a closer look at the large block of pink patterned paper. Rather than using that particular patterned paper, as is (it was originally a pink background with large, scattered white dots), I covered the whole surface of the paper in the pink confetti-dotted tape from LMT.
Since this particular tape is translucent, it allows for the underlying pattern on the paper to still be seen, but adds an additional pattern and gives the paper an all new look.
I hope this page reminds you to step out of your box and get creative with your tapes. If you typically reach for your washi to create a quick border, adhere a photo or add a pop of color to your project - challenge yourself to layer your tape in a way that alters your page elements for a brand new look.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!