Monday, 28 April 2014

Make your own washi tape with Ann Butler's products


Make your own Washi tape with Ann Butler's products
This is my version for faux washi tape, made with medical paper tape you can buy in every drugstore for a very low cost. So buy one and you can make your own different in colors and patterns tapes in a very simple way.
1. Adhere 6 paper tape strips over some non sticky surface (I used the original one, but any smooth plastic with do the work).Adhere your tapes with spaces: we are going to color them and we don't want them to 
get another color from a strip that was too close


2. Color each strip with different Ann Butler's Crafter's inks using a sponge or any other applicator.
Let the ink dry a lot! I didn't want to dry it with a heat gun as I was not sure about the result to the delicate 
adhesive of those paper tapes.


3. Now, when your strips are dry, re- arrange them close one to another as we want to stamp over a bunch of colored tapes all together. Pick any 2'' Ann Butler's stamp (Unity) and stamp over the colored tapes with this single square as we want it to be " the same tape pattern in 6 colors). Use permanent black ink of any 
kind.


4. Now I just made this sample card with diagonal cutting of my stamped faux tapes and some small embellishments around. The circled sentiment was a double die cut and the background was dry embossed with embossing folder. Both embossed panel and the basic card were inked with Aquamarine ink around the edges.


Products used
Ann Butler's Products
Crafter's Inks: Aquamarine, Berry, Lilac,Tangelo,Sunshine, Limelight
2'' Faux Quilting Stamps
 Other products:
Die- Die Versions
Embossing folder- Sizzix
Pearls- Prima
Cardstock: American Crafts
Other: pin

I enter this to Unity linking Friends with a Flair

13 comments:

Anne Temple said...

Love this and so clever. Great embossing folder too.

Anne Temple said...

Love this and so clever. Great embossing folder too.

Mandi said...

What a great idea lovely card!

JPScraps said...

Love the card! It's been a while since I tried this technique....

Miwa said...

Ooooh, great card! What a neat idea to make your own washi tape - yours looks awesome!

Ruby said...

Great card. Thanks for explaining the technique. TFS

Paula-Scrap Addict said...

I love the colors! I've made Washi before but a technique reminder is always welcome :-)

Crystal said...

Very fun card and technique! Love the rainbow of washi on a slant over the embossed card!

Dawn Fields said...

Great card and thanks for the tutorial!

Sue D said...

Awesome idea!

dija farukee said...

Amazing idea. Love the result.

Gaylynn said...

Way COOL. Love this tutorial. :)

Rea' said...

Fun idea ... cool tutorial and great card !

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