I kept going to fill-up my background, incorporating lots of different designs. I kept my tape vertical, horizontal or diagonal.
Then, to help bring all of the patterns together, I used several washi tapes in muted colors for the top layer.
Next I die cut lots of letters from my background and made two cards. The first one uses the big PEACE Die Cut from Simon Says Stamp ... I love how the bits of flowers peek through in the design.
Next I die cut the entire alphabet using Lawn Fawn Cole's Alphabet Dies (with a few extra letters from the spaces I had left) and created this birthday card.
It was so much fun to put my alphabet background puzzle together. I started from the middle and worked my way to the edges, keeping all of my letters vertical or horizontal to the cardstock square. When I was done I trimmed the edges and finished with my Happy Birthday sentiment.
I hope this gives you ideas for ways to use your Eyelet Outlet Washi Tape stash.
Eyelet Outlet Products Used:
- Brick Washi Tape
- Flower Washi Tape - Wide
- Postage Washi Tape - Wide
- Stained Glass Washi Tape - Wide
- Butterfly Washi Tape
- Cardinal Washi Tape
- Airmail Washi Tape
- Zig Zag Washi Tape - Purple
- Skinny Washi Tape - Star/Heart/Pawn
- Skinny Washi Tape - Grass
- Heart Graph Washi Tape
- Flower Washi Tape