Monday, 18 June 2012

Home-made Washi Tape Card by Deborah





In the July issue of Scrap365 magazine, Emy Buxton explained how to make your own washi tape using microporous surgical tape. This can be found with the sticking plasters and bandages in chemists and supermarkets. Mine, from Sainsbury’s, is called Ouch and cost just 50p for 5 metres of 2.5cm tape.
I taped lengths of the tape to a craft mat, coloured with ProMarkers in Carmine, Sky Blue and Lime Green and stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento dye ink. I used stamps from Tim Holtz Bitty Grunge set.
I attached the washi tape to a card blank and stamped an image from Lynne Perrella Collection 006 with the Memento ink onto a sheet of white copier paper. After colouring the stamped image with ProMarkers and gluing it down, I made party hats with leftover pieces of the washi tape. The stamped border underneath is from My Mind’s Eye – Ginger – Pictures.
Finally, I coloured Tim Holtz Idea-ology Grungeboard letters with the Carmine ProMarker.


Deborah

9 comments:

  1. this is brilliant and would look cool on my wall! lol

    totally inspired to make some washi tape

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  2. Great idea! Washi tape is big at the moment & this is a fab way to customise it.

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  3. I've got some of that tape in my First Aid box...hmm...saving lives or crafting??
    Off to make washi tape!!:)

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  4. This is fabulous, and designer tape for a fraction of the price!

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  5. ohoo I have some of this tape, always knew it was meant for something far better than wrapping round bandages!
    (Lyn)

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  6. This is fantastic! So colourful, and great stamping,

    Lucy x

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  7. Fabulous card - Your tape looks brilliant. Glad you liked the article xx

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  8. Brilliant idea. Will definitely be trying it.

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  9. Great Idea.. think l might have some tape in the kitchen... Better hide all the sharp items first lol

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