3 LOOKS WITH… WASHI TAPE

Kathy Hod­son show­cases the ver­sa­til­ity of Dove­craft’s lat­est washi tape range

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Quick and easy cards for all oc­ca­sions made with gor­geous tape and just a few bits from your stash

Head in the clouds

Make a bright, breezy and bold card that can be used for a va­ri­ety of oc­ca­sions. Cover white card with sev­eral strips of cloud washi tape and then die-cut or punch it into a cloud shape. At­tach to a kraft card blank with sticky foam pads. Fold sev­eral washi tape de­signs over twine and cut the ends to cre­ate flag shapes. At­tach with tape-cov­ered mini pegs and fin­ish with a sweet sen­ti­ment.

Stacks of strips

The die-cut cen­tre­piece re­ally shows off the pat­terns on the lay­ered strips of washi tape. The but­ter­flies on this project are also cut out of washi tape for a quick and easy em­bel­lish­ment, com­ple­ment­ing the match­ing die-cut and stamped sen­ti­ment.

Spell it out

Cre­ate a note­book cover in your own per­sonal style. At­tach washi tape in hor­i­zon­tal and ver­ti­cal lines and fin­ish each length with a let­ter to spell out your in­spi­ra­tional mes­sage. You can use this method on a card too. Match­ing pa­per­clip flags are per­fect for mark­ing your cre­ative ideas.

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