There's almost nothing I love more than washi tape. It's hard to believe that two years ago it was just barely emerging in the industry. Always on the lookout for fresh ideas on how to use it, our ten things team is back today with some more ideas for you!
Practical Scrapper Charity used the June sketch for this layout and embossed the camera image on top of washi tape.
Practical Scrapper Charissa used washi tape to create a background square to build her layout on top of.
Practical Scrapper Linda made banners using four different washi tapes.
Practical Scrapper Lee-Anne Thornton made rosettes with washi tape.
Practical Scrapper Karen used washi tape on her beach themed shaker card to seal the edges in order to create a pocket to enclose confetti and couldn’t resist adding a string of mini bunting flags.
Practical Scrapper Wendy used rubber bands to pleat the washi tape ruffles she used to fill the background of this card. You can see a closeup and a tutorial on her blog.
Practical Scrapper Stephanie used washi tape for both the her banners and for her punched flower (over white cardstock).
Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean adhered strips of washi tape on a piece of cardstock and then die cut the word 'truly' for her card.
Practical Scrapper Lisa Peeples covered tiles with bright colored washi tape to make fun coasters for her scrap room. After adhering the different strips of tape to the coasters she used modge podge to seal the tape and make them water resistant.
Practical Scrapper Deborah Johnson used a variety of washi tapes to create these adorable gift tags. She used stickers, stamps and almost every one of her washi tapes. Check out her blog for more samples and close up shots.
Practical Scrapper Jennifer Campbell used washi tape and faux washi tape with her new stamp set "Tape It" to add to her This and That Smash book!
Practical Scrapper Brenda Ragsdale used a sheet of 12 x 12 of washi paper and her Cricut to create diecuts to personalize the cover for her IPad!
Practical Scrapper Leslii Wagner used washi tape to cover a chipboard wall hanging.