Thursday, February 23, 2012

Thursday Tutorial- How about a little Washi and ribbon flowers

Hello everyone! This week at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog the challenge is Fancy Trims -fabric, lace or other trim. I had planned on doing a tutorial for you this week but being a grammy took priority. Besides caring for my 15 month old granddaughter Mon- Friday I am blessed to have my just barely 2 year old granddaughter visiting for 4 days. They are having so much fun but wearing me out.
So first I would like to share two posts I have bookmarked about the new popular Washi Tape. Washi tape is a crafting tape originally from Japan that is like thin masking tape. I have seen so many cute projects lately that people have done with Washi Tape. So check out these two posts
10 Things to do with Washi Tape written by Nina at Waffle Flower Paper Crafts
Cute and fun ideas
Then if that's not enough ideas check out this post which includes a huge variety of tutorials on how to make your own Washi tape.
100 Crafty Tape Ideas -MelStampzblogspot

Also check out the wonderful ribbon flowers and video tutorials our own Fantabulous Cricut Creater Robin has posted this week on her blog.

I so hope you enjoyed these posts and check them out. Don't forget to join us this week at FCCB for the Fancy Trims challenge. We so enjoy seeing all your creative projects each week.
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7 comments:

  1. Exciting ideal of making your own tape, can cordinate it to all your projects!! Thanks
    Cindylu

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  2. Thanks for the links - I really need to see what all the hype is about LOL. I'm always up for new stuff.
    Hugs,
    Larelyn

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  3. Thank you for linking to my post, Suzanne! You are the best!

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  4. Thanks for sharing...I have a Japanese friend who gave me some Washi tape and I wasn't sure what to do with it!

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  5. thanks for sharing this post.. i like it. gotta try my own creations using this wash tape..
    web design ventura

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  6. Wow! Thanks so much for sharing my flowers Suzanne :)

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