Birthday

Birthday Washi Cake

Dear Crafters,

Washi Tape is certainly becoming a huge part of the craft world and it is no wonder as to why.

What’s to love about washi tape? Everything! The designs and colors. The versatility. The simplicity – just tear, tape, and transform. Go basic and use single strips as accents. Or step it up and combine strips to create custom backgrounds, decorate, and more. It’s an effortless way to add color to your projects and it’s not expensive.

Today I am using the richly coloured, Bohemian Designer Washi Tape, 3 rolls per pack, 1 of each design. It comes in 3 widths, 1 roll of each width: 3/8″, 1/2″, 5/8″ and it is 5 yards per roll for only $8.75. Coordinating colours: Bermuda Bay, Delightful Dijon, Island Indigo, Rich Razzleberry, Very Vanilla.

Build a Birthday Stampin' Up!

I began stamping the cake stand in Tip Top Taupe ink and then layered the Washi Tape. It’s that easy!

Then stamped the banner on the top in Rich Razzleberry ink and punched some stars from coordinating card stock.

Build a Birthday Stampin' Up!

I stamped some candles on the inside of the card and added 2 strips of washi tape across the bottom of the envelope.

Build a Birthday Stampin' Up!

You could make loads of these cards using different washi tape. So quick and easy, it’s almost scary hehe.

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Happy Stamping,

Name Banner

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