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Catered Crop–Washi Tape

Hello!  Linda has another new and fun recipe challenge at the Catered Crop.  The new challenge is to use washi tape on your creation.

 

For my washi tape creation, I decided to go make a Christmas card.  I dug into my stash of coffee sleeves to make these fun banners.  The letter and edge die cuts are all covered with washi tape.

 

2013-10-29 CC Washi card 2 wm

 

Linda has curated a board on Pinterest loaded with washi tape inspiration.    You can click on the photo below to be taken directly to her Pinterest board: Washi Tape.

 

 

Don’t forget to stop by the Catered Crop to link your Washi Tape creation.

 

Thank you for looking!   Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Snowflake Serenade by Papertrey Ink
  • Inks: Papertrey kraft dye ink
  • Tools:  Big Shot, Papertrey Banner Builder die, Papertrey Block Alpha Upper die collection, Die-namics Simply Scallop edge die, Sewing machine
  • Papers:  Papertrey white CS, Stampin’Up Real Red CS, Starbucks coffee sleeve
  • Embellishments:  Washi tape, Baker’s twine

Challenges:

Comments

Sandie said…
A fantastic card,love the vibrant colours as they make your card really stand out..

Thank you for playing along in our very first challenge at CraftyHands...x
craftin-dawn said…
fab card! Love Washi tape! Thanks for joining us this week at Created With Love Challenges for our ANYTHING GOES Challenge!
DawnD
Beautiful card, I like your Banner and the use of your Washi tape are great!
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Rachelle DT
http://scrapping4funchallenges.blogspot.com
Great card design love the banner
Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday
Davi said…
What a fun card with the cute banner and so clever using the Washi Tape!
Loz said…
Gorgeous card and colors. Spotted this on MIM..Loz
Sammy said…
What a fabulous idea for washi tape, and I love the finished card! Thanks for playing along with the current CraftyHands challenge. Sammy-x
Moira Gray said…
Fabulous card.

Thanks for joining us at Craftyhands Challenge Blog.

Moira DT
Jac said…
Fantastic card, love the design, thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz and Crafty Sentiments this week, Jac x
Chris Hanselman said…
Great card. Thanks for joining our Anything Goes Challenge at Created With Love Challenges

~~Chris
great card. Love the colors. Thanks for joining in the fun at Created with Love Challenges.
Linda K. DT.
Audrey Pettit said…
What an adorable banner and scallops you created from washi tape, Cheryl! And so love the little flags made from recycled coffee sleeve, too. Just cute as can be!
Trisha Stanley said…
Coffee sleeves for the banner??? That is BRILLIANT!!! Great card! Thanks for sharing at Sister Act this week!
Hugs-
Trisha-DT
Helene Siermans said…
This is so pretty! Love how you work that washi....
Great design!

Thank you for joining our challenge this week at Crafty Catz, good luck!
Nick
Never thought of die cutting washi tape - great idea and a cute card
Gerda said…
What a fabulous card! Love the banner! Thanks for joining us at DCD this week!
Gerda
http://cardscreations.blogspot.com
Cheryl, This is cool! Coffee sleeves and letters covered in washi tape! Love the stitching as well! Thanks for playing this week at 613 Avenue Create!
Cheryl, This is cool! Coffee sleeves and letters covered in washi tape! Love the stitching as well! Thanks for playing this week at 613 Avenue Create!
Kelly Lloyd said…
Great card, thanks for sharing with us at crafty sentiments
Hugs Kelly
Carol said…
Super cute with the banners and washi tape. Thanks for joining us at 613 Ave Create challenge.
I love your card, really cute.

Thanks for joining us at Scrapping4Fun challenges.

Barbara - DT
http://barbgreenberg.blogspot.com
Chana said…
Fabulous! Love your banner! You are so creative! Nicely conceived and beautifully executed! Thanks or joining us here at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana,Owner
Penny Nantell said…
What a cute card. Thanks for joining us at My Heart Pieces. PennyRae DT
May Park said…
Haha! What a coincidence! I also used a red striped washi tape for my quick fire card which will be up later. I love the way you used coffee sleeves. Such a sweet card! XO, May
Linda McClain said…
Holy Cow! You are a genius. I love your outside the box use of Washi tape. And those coffee sleeves - so smart!
Wendy McCarthy said…
Fabulous modern Christmas card, love the design and colours. Spotted it on MIM xx
Maria Rud said…
Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at Created With Love Challenges this week.
Maalaimalar said…
Thanks for the information... I really love your blog posts... specially those on Local Tamil News
Kim S said…
I love those cheerful patterns and they look SO good on the Starbucks sleeve!
Love how you used the washi and what a pretty card!

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