Using Washi Tape on a Card

Flower Shop Washi Tape Thank You Card

Did you know Stampin’ Up! Washi Tape is repositionable?  Apparently it is, for quite awhile! Today I took off some Gingham Garden Washi Tape I had used on a project that I didn’t like, wondering whether or not it would still stick on some other paper.  It did!  And it looks fine, it doesn’t look like I ripped it off something else and forced it to stick on this project. Even on this card, I had to restick it a couple times until I got it (fairly) straight and it is fine.  So USE your washi tape! Don’t be afraid to place it wrong or get it crooked. You can pull it off and use it again.  If one end looks bad for some reason, just tear it off. Washi tape typically has one or both torn ends, no need to cut perfectly.

For this card, I stamped some flowers from Flower Shop and punched one out with the new Pansy Punch.  I suggest getting the Flower Shop Bundle with both the stamp set and punch (your choice of clear-mount or wood) and save 15%! The greeting is from Really Good Greetings, the same set I used yesterday in my post. This card is simply a 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ piece of Whisper White card stock folded in half. And it was SO easy to make! The little button on the popped up flower is from the Brights Collection.

Stampin’ Up! is giving us more details about our Convention experience coming up next week in Salt Lake City!  Is it REALLY next week??!  We always receive a bag of some sort to carry around our stuff, but this year instead of just handing them out when we arrive and sign in, they seem to have something else up their sleeves about the bag! I’m guessing maybe they will hand them all out at the first General Session on Thursday night.  Maybe they will be handed out by someone special.  Maybe they will have something special inside.  Maybe I am making too much out of this! It also sounds like our days will be jam-packed with more activities than we can possibly do, so that we all have choices as to what interests us.

If you need some Washi Tape from Stampin’ Up!, you’ll find it here in my Stampin’ Up! Online Store!

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