This week for our Free Project of the Week we’ve got another quick and easy Washi Tape card for you.  Washi tape is one of those products that’s incredibly versatile as well as fun to use.  It comes in a multitude of colors, it’s not very expensive and it’s super easy to use.  In order to create this card I simply chose some complimentary colors of Washi tape in a variety of different patterns and then overlapped and layered them in differing lengths. If you don’t own any washi tape you can substitute with ribbon or patterned paper strips – they’ll just be a little more bulky.  Also, if you do substitute one of these items you’ll need to stamp your greeting differently as it won’t stamp cleanly over top multiple layers of ribbon or patterned paper.


Download the pdf handout here

You can view a video on how I created this Washi Tape Birthday Card here


Stamps: Think Big Favorites #14 (papertrey ink)

Ink:  Jet Black Archival ink (Ranger)

Paper: Whisper White CS, Marina Mist CS (Stampin’ Up!); Java CS (Bazzill)

Accessories: Washi tape (Craft Store); Stampin’ Dimensionals , bone folder (Stampin’ Up!); Black Rhinestones (Kaiser Craft); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web)


Have a great weekend!


2 replies on “Free Project of The Week: Washi Tape Birthday Card – 02 15 2013”

  1. Nice card, my daughter & I just started our washi tape collection…this is the perfect project to get started on!!

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