taped heart card

What do you do with washi tape? It’s a question I get a lot and the answer truly is: use it anywhere you might use a ribbon or strip of paper. Washi, tissue, paper tape – whatever you want to call it you can use it all about the same. There’s nothing to think about – love that! Realize it or not – you’ve seen me use it a lot during this class. Today I want to spotlight one of my absolute favorite things to do – using it together in a die cut shape! The simple card above was made by:

1. Taking a doodlebug card and stamping/embossing it with clear embossing powder. THEN rub brown distress ink all over, wipe away excess.

2. Edge hearts with gold paint, then adhere hearts to card.

3. Add word sentiments to hearts.

4. Coat hearts in Glossy Accents.

5. Mist entire front of card with perfect pearls mist.

Supplies used:

It really is that easy!

I will tell you how I made my hearts in more detail.

1. Cover a piece of grungeboard with strips of tape – don’t worry about any excess. Note:  I cut my grungeboard to approximately the size of my card front to reduce waste. You can do this with cardstock or another thinner material – but I wanted dimension and for my hearts to be really sturdy.

2. Apply a thin coating of multi-medium in matte finish to seal tape. This will make it so that your tape won’t lift, separate, or otherwise come apart when you go to die cut.

3. Die cut into desired shapes

4. Go forth and play! Use on whatever project you would like and have fun.

This is entirely too much fun – and a great way to make use of tapes! I hope you enjoyed this project, and that you have a happy (crafty) weekend!

 


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15 thoughts on “taped heart card”

  1. can I say I love, love, love this card? And the clever idea to die cut the washi tape – or wash tape as my friend Jen says 😉 I have a small collection of tapes going and this is going to be a super additional way to use them!

  2. Thank you so much for this idea and tutorial. Love how you it turned out. Worth a try for sure.

  3. Great card May!!!! With a ton of birthdays and anniversaries around the corner, I am loving the heads up on what more to do with my Washi! I am currently on Washi restriction with hubby!!!! lmao!!!! So this technique will definitely get me off restriction! lol

  4. Thanks for a super-cute, super-easy idea. Love how the dimension glossy accents adds to any project.

  5. This is just so fun! I loved seeing some of your washi tape stash. Where in the world did you find such gorgeous tapes?

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