Readers Susan and Super Jen also pointed out that you can substitute designer paper for washi tape, which is very helpful for those of you who don't want to invest in washi tape but have a
I, however, want to play with something new and fun, and washi tape is turning out to be that for me.
So here's a second use of washi tape that requires very little modification and is thus an easy application: used straight as a border.
The two strips of washi were added to a scrap of card stock, and then the corners were rounded with a Corner Chomper. The nail heads on the flower centers and beside the sentiment create a visual triangle that helps bring the design together.
Note that the washi tape is straight and not overlapped...very tidy and clean and intentional. Don't you just love the bright, happy colors on all that glorious white!?!?!
Next up, we'll get a little looser with the washi, and modify it--easily--to adapt to a specific design.
stamps: Clearly Besotted
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: Scotch brand washi tape, dimensionals, Corner Chomper, nail heads