Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Another Take with Washi Tape and Matching Die

Hello friends! 
Fantasy Washi Tape and die

I am back to share my 2nd version of Fantasy Washi Tape and the matching Watercolor Halftone Die Set. All products are linked at the end of this post.

 I am including my previous version in the photos as well.
Ta-da!
To matching the Washi Tape, I actually created a background to match.

DSC_0035

For the background, I started to ink-blend them with Marble Stencil.
Then I added Altenew Embossing Paste and Tim Holtz Distress Glitter.
hello lovely

 I love how organic and beautiful this turned out.
DSC_0039

If you love the look of Watercolor and precision die cutting WITHOUT the work, this. is it.
hello lovely -001

Also, if you are planning to mass produce fancy handmade cards, this combo is definitely worth considering. I can see myself coming up with more variations with these products.
two cards

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Altenew offers Free Mini Stamp Set: Forever Ferns
Receive a FREE brand new Forever Ferns Stamp Set(Value $4.99) with every order from 2/5/2020 at 12:01 am EST until 2/6/2020 at 11:59 pm EST. The free gift will be added to cart automatically. While supplies last.



14 comments:

Karthikha said...

Beautiful cards using the washitape! This is one of my favorites :)

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

Beautiful! Great background!

MadeByMeghanK said...

Who knew washi tape could be sooooo gorgeous!?

Linda BL said...

Really like your ink blended, embossing paste, glittered background. I am a big fan of the Tim Holtz Distress glitters! The background goes so well with the lovely bouquet you created from the washi tape.

Cindy C. said...

Wow wow wow these are fabulous!!! I didn't realize that the Watercolor Halftone Die set pairs with the Painted Fantacy Washi tape. Thanks for sharing!!

Harriet said...

Beautiful!

Purple Princess said...

Such beautiful cards!!

Sue D said...

Beautiful!

conil said...

The combination of different products on these cards are stunning. Love the shimmery marbled effect on the first card and the choice of kraft cardstock for your focal point on the second.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful colors and layering on these pretty cards!

Dawn T said...

Two gorgeous cards. Love the idea of being able to die cut the washi tape.

Ms. Tamp said...

I thought that the top corner was patterned paper! The stencil, blending, and glitter area looks great. How does the glitter stay stuck on the card? Did you mix it into the paste first?

Annette Gordon said...

These cards are ammmazing!!!! The card you made with the awesome marble background with the paste and sparkle and lovely washi tape. That background is genius and goes so well with the washi tape. I so want to try and duplicate this card.

I also really like how they came out with a die for the washi tape. I hope they come out with some dies for past washi tape releases, and possibly stamp sets that go with it as well?

Jen P said...

Wow! I love that you created this from washi tape so stunning and beautiful!