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Wedding Washi

August 26, 2017

Recently I shared this card with you that I created for my Technique Class in October?  Well, when I created that card I had a couple of pieces of card decorated with Pick a Pattern Washi Tape left over.  So I decided to create another card.  I embossed Whisper White card using the Sweetheart Embossing Folder and attached it to scored and folded Basic Black card.  I cut a layer of Whisper White card and Basic Black card and attached them together.  I used the rectangle of card that I cut the hearts from as a guide and stamped the greeting from the Butterfly Basics stamp set onto the Whisper White card using Real Red ink.  I attached the stamped panel to the card front.  I tied a bow around one edge of the Washi Tape rectangle using Cherry Cobbler 1/4″ Double Stitched Ribbon and attached it to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside I embossed a narrow strip of Whisper White card using the Sweetheart Embossing Folder.  I attached a narrow strip of Real Red card behind one long edge before attaching to the bottom of Whisper White card.  I attached the last Washi Tape heart over the left hand side of the embossed card.

I love using up bits and pieces like this – a two for one – if you like.  Hope you enjoyed my “leftover” card, let me know what you think.  Just to show you the two variations here is a photo of both cards together.

Now let me tell you, it wasn’t until I was putting the icons together for the product used that I realised that the ribbon was Cherry Cobbler and not Real Red.  Lucky for me it works anyway!

Bye for now,


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One Comment leave one →
  1. August 29, 2017 9:32 am

    Love them both Kris. Love my techniques so may have to “borrow” this one. TFS


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