Washi tape. It's everywhere these days. So many of the manufacturer's are adding these fun tapes into their product collections, and there are so many ways to work them onto your projects. I have a great workshop to share with you today, but first, a quick card share.
Yesterday, I took out my stash of washi tape, and decided to whip up a quick card. I dug out an old chipboard heart that I've had for years, and picked out a fun mix of tapes to use. This could not have been simpler to do. I simply covered the chipboard heart with strips of washi tape. What I love about the tapes, is that you just peel and stick. No adhesive needed, no extra steps. It took me about a minute to cover this heart.
Once I had the heart covered, I used my scissors to trim off any excess tape. I adhered the heart to the front of my card, and added some tiny letter stickers for my sentiment. Easy Peasy.
The Washi Workshop is taking place over at Studio Calico, and is being taught by the talented Megan Hoeppner of Creating Keepsakes magazine. This workshop is full of new ideas for digging into your stash and using all of that wonderful washi tape on your projects!
And you can continue to hop over to a few more designer's blogs, where you can find even more opportunities to win a free spot in the workshop. Each designer will lead you to a few different designers, so there are lots of chances to win. For your next stops, you'll want to visit Julie Ebersole and Kim Watson.
And last, but certainly not least, I'm excited to be able to give a free spot in The Washi Workshop away to one of my lucky blog readers! Just leave me a comment to be entered in the random drawing. I will announce a winner on Monday.