I made cards today featuring two of the new tapes.
We have a *thing* for whales at our house, so the Wide Whale Washi Tape (say that three times fast) was the first one I added to my collection.
It paired perfectly with this Go With the Flow Whale Stamp from Hero Arts stamped in Purple Ink on light blue cardstock and a few Whale Brads for accents using this week's Sketch Saturday Layout.
Next, I had to have this Wide Pineapple Washi Tape.
I tried stamping my Hero Arts Color Layering Pineapple in the colors of several of the pineapples on the tape (I love how many different pineapples there are before the pattern repeats). The sentiment is from Hero Arts Hello Gorgeous.
I just love how those three shades of green ink turned out ... and they are perfectly accented by a row of Green Jewel Strip in the larger 5mm size.
Did you know we have a Pinterest Board to showcase Eyelet Outlet Design Team Creations?
Wonderful cards, love how you use that awesome wide washi tape. That killer whale is so cute, of course I'm partial to all brads.ReplyDelete
ohhhhhhh yessssss the new crop of wide washi is particularly fab and you have freakin' awesomely rocked it!!! <3ReplyDelete
I find myself wanting to sit beach side sipping a drink from a pineapple with a straw in it. These are both wonderful cards...I would expect nothing less.ReplyDelete
Love the pineapple one and I have that stamp (but haven't used it yet) so this is great inspiration.ReplyDelete
Beautiful!!! You have me in the mood for some type of tropical pineapple drink.ReplyDelete
Awesome washi tapes! Love the whales and the pineapples! Can't wait to get some of these!ReplyDelete
Stephanie you did it again!!! This is why I call you the "Queen of Washi Tape"!!! You really are! Both cards are fantastic! And the sentiment on your pineapple card made me laugh😁ReplyDelete
THESE are awesome!ReplyDelete
I really love that whale stamp and the pineapple card is adorable!ReplyDelete
These are so great, Stephanie! They're making me miss the days when dh and I lived in Hawaii! We lived southwest of the pineapple fields. :)ReplyDelete