is my penultimate video for Christmas projects for 2017, and is ideal
for anyone who’s very behind with their Christmas cards.
This Washi Tape
card is very quick and easy, and as I said in the video, if I’d
designed it sooner, I would have been happy to mass produce it
for my Christmas card this year!
I haven’t tried it, this idea could also be carried through with
Designer Series Paper (DSP).
However, there are several disadvantages of going
down this road though, the main one is that it would cease being a quick and easy card to make!
The first task would be to find a suitable DSP that has a small
allover design, and then it would have to be cut in even half inch
They could be adhered with Fast Fuse, but there wouldn’t be a
second chance like Washi Tape gives, if you don’t lay it down straight!
On second thoughts, maybe this wouldn’t be such a good
idea after all! LOL!
were several aspects about this Washi Tape that made making this card
so quick and easy.
For example, it worked out that the top layer took
exactly seven strips, and left equals blank gaps top and bottom.
made placing the Foil Snowflake slap bang in the centre of the card a
walk in the park.
I certainly hope we have similar products next
Christmas to be able to recreate this card, or something similar!
Well, that’s it from me today.
Yesterday I didn’t make much progress with preparing the new catalogues for posting, although everything is ready for envelopes.
I just need to print the rest of the labels and I’m good to go.
When I post my blog tomorrow I really hope to be able to tell you that all the catalogues are ready to go!
Time will tell! Until tomorrow, happy crafting!
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