Thursday, April 20, 2017

Design by EO Washi!

Happy Thursday Everyone!

Today I'm sharing 2 new projects with you using some of our fab Washi Tape! The great thing about this product is its ability to do most of the work for you. Coming up with new ideas for your cards isn't always easy, so when you have something as versatile as Washi Tape, it can ease  some of  the creative stress:




The first is a "Happy Father's Day" card made with 6 simple products - Cardstock, Sentiment Stamp, Versamark Ink Pad, Black Embossing Powder, Pop-Up Dots and our awesome Gold Black Foil Washi Tape  - Easy peasy!!! This style will have you way ahead of schedule on all your "must have" holiday & occasion cards in no time.





Keep in mind that our tapes come in various widths as well as foil & glitter finishes.

The second card is a Congratulatory card. I liked the idea of using multiple tapes on a card and vinyl records seemed like the best way to accomplish that. So on the front I used my Foil Pink Circle, Anchor, Bicycle, Donut, and Zig-Zag Orange Washi Tapes:


Because I made the records the size I did I was able to cut the edges off of 2 of them and have those pieces join the final record on the inside of the card. For this record I used my Fan - Orange washi tape:



To buy these and other great Washi Tapes & products you can click on this Store Link
 And remember that these tapes can be used in multiple ways, if you missed my use of our gorgeous Glitter Blue Washi Tape making a bow or how I decorated Easter Eggs with "non-easter" tapes, you can check out the gallery on My Blog or the tutorials on My YouTube Channel



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Thanks for stopping by! Have a fun, safe and creative day Everyone ;O)


6 comments:

  1. So original! I love, love, love them both and I think I'm gonna have to CASE that record cards...I have a number of golden oldies in my family!

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    1. Please do!! They are so much fun to make and the memories that come with them were also a lot of fun ;O)

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  2. Love them both! Those tiny vinyls are adorable!

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  3. OHHHHHH!!! both of these are awesome, but i confess it's the tiny records with washi centers that have stolen my heart!!! <3

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