Friday, November 13, 2015

Washi Tape and the Delicate Ornaments Thinlits for As You See It Challenges

As you read this, it's likely that I'm up and on my way to OnStage Local in Vancouver, Washington, that's if my hubby is feeling well enough to go with me. He has quite the cough! If I make it, I will be taking a look at the new Occasions Catalogue, which all demonstrators, whether or not they go to OnStage, will be able to see early on November 21st and preorder from starting Dec. 3. This is one of the huge benefits of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, but more on that later.

Amanda has another cute sketch over at As You See It Challenges this week that you're going to want to try out. I thought it was a great opportunity to get out my Winter Wonderland and Everyday Chic Designer Washi Tapes and my Delicate Ornament Thinlits, along with the Precision Base Plate and come up with a great interpretation of this design:

I love how the inside panel is offset and the long flags on it. I seem to be stuck in a black, white and gold mode, but I'm enjoying it. Hope you are, too!

  • To make the ornament, I took a piece of plain Whisper White cardstock and covered it with strips of different washi tapes (Winter Wonderland and Everyday Chic). I took it to my Big Shot and made the following sandwich:  Multipurpose Platform with both tabs closed, Precision Base Plate, paper with washi tape on, regular cutting pad. I ran that through the Big Shot and everything was hunky dory except for the strip of Black Glimmer Paper I had glued on between strips of washi tape, for a bit more contrast. (And to use up more leftover pieces of the Black Glimmer Paper before the end of the season!) 
  • The Glimmer Paper was quite a bit thicker than the washi tape and so didn't cut cleanly through. I would recommend not using it for this, but I didn't want to waste it all, so I was able to peel off some of the cardstock backing over this area, and then I could easily poke out all the little pieces of black!
  • Don't you love the designs in the Winter Wonderland Designer Vellum stack? This particular design is so elegant and easy to adhere underneath the center panel where the adhesive can't be seen.
  • I finally got to use some of my Gold Glitter Ribbon, which contributes to the overall glamour of the design.

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1 comment :

  1. Oh Heather - this is another beautiful card! I love the colours you've used. I've not thought of using washi tape to get a variegated bauble like that. What a great idea.


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