I have created several cards using Washi tape for Paper Crafter’s Library in the last little while.  I find that Washi tape is a nice easy way to dress up your paper crafting projects.  While I used various colors and patterns of Washi tape, you can always substitute patterned paper or ribbon for the Wahsi tape to complete this card.


Download the pdf handout here

You can view a video on how I created this Thanks Washi Tape card below.


Paper: Stamper’s Select White CS (papertrey ink)

Accessories: bone folder, paper snips, Rhinestone Basic Jewels (Stampin’ Up!); Scene Thickers alphabet stickers (Amy Tangerine – American Crafts); 3D Foam (thermo-web); assorted washi or tissue tape (craft store)


Have a great weekend!

10 replies on “Thanks Washi Tape Video Tutorial”

  1. I enjoy your videos so much, you are an excellent teacher! And that card turned out great.

  2. I’m just beginning to buy washi tapes and have enjoyed the cards you’ve made with them. Thanks, too, for the little tips and tricks you always include in your wonderfully done videos. You can’t get much simpler and quicker than this one, especially if you have pre-made bases just waiting for a quick card. Off to Pin it!!!

  3. wow! what a great way to use up leftover strips of paper both this video about using Washi tape, which I was given but could not think of a use, and your tip of looking for other items to add. This card looks great as well!

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