This week’s challenge at The Friday Mash Up is AWESOME! First, I always love a sketch! LOVE sketches! But, a challenge that I have never been given- use faux washi tape! WHAT? Yes, please!
So here is the “Mashup” Challenge:
- Make a project with the “Sketch”.
- Or Make a project using “Faux Washi Tape”.
- Or “Mash it Up” and create a project using the “Sketch and Faux Washi Tape”.
I immediately thought of a post I saw back in the Summer by Connie Collins. She was showcasing her Artisan Contest entries and showed how she discovered how to create faux washi tape. So, I hopped over there and read how she did it!
Using the tissue paper that comes packaged in between Stampin’ Up’s Window Sheets, I stamped the images (Border Banter) in Real Red and Gumball Green. I then cut them in strips and tore the edges so they would look like ripped tape. That’s it! And is was FREE! LOL!
Stamps: Border Banter, Kiddlydoodles
Ink and paper: Whisper White, Gumball Green, Real Red, tissue paper, Snow Festival DSP
Other: Big Shot, Polka dot Embossing Folder, Gumball Green Sweater Trim, Word Window Punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Ribbon Edge Border Punch
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5 thoughts on “FMU #80- Faux Washi Tape!”
Super cute and I LOVE the traditional Christmas colors!
I stamped my faux washi too! Love that border set! Are you gonna make me *need* it??
Love it, Erica! I also thought of Connie's tutorial and I'm going to try it soon! I love the look, and your card is so fabulously Christmas!! 🙂
Great Christmas card Erica! I'm learning so many ways to make washi!
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