2 Easy Ways to Use Wide Washi Tape On Your Cards | Take 2 With Therese

by Therese Calvird

Hi, it’s Therese and I am back with another edition of Take 2 With Therese.

Today, I decided to share 2 ways to use the Marbled Dream Washi Tape.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

I started by creating a panel and die cut the Mega Ampersand Die.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

My first card uses the negative space and some images from the Retro Plantines Stamp Set.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

As well as a sentiment from the Delicate Flower Bed Stamp Set.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

The positive portion of the die-cut was used on my second card.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

I started by stamping a background with the Dotted Blooms Stamp Set.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

And then I added a sentiment from the Flower Vine Stamp Set.

Altenew - Marbled Dream Washi Tape - Mega Ampersand Die - Take 2 With Therese (card video) 1

How-to Video!

You can see my video here or watch it in HD on YouTube.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

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Helen April 8, 2020 - 11:42

Thanks for sharing these lovely cards, Therese. I have the large ampersand but haven’t used it yet. Your 2 designs have inspired me to try something like this soon. Stay safe, be healthy.

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2020 - 03:09

Thanks so much Helen, I adore the large ampersand and would love Altenew to make a stamp version (wink)!

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Patricia Wilson April 8, 2020 - 12:43

This was an interesting technique with the wide washi. I wondered what you would do with something that wide. The bone folder tip was great, also. Thank you!

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2020 - 03:10

Thanks so much Patricia, the wide washis are perfect for backgrounds and die cutting, you could even use it to die cut a sentiment for a card too.

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Karen Hale April 8, 2020 - 12:53

Oh yes, I love Altenew’s gorgeous washi tapes, too. 2 fabulous cards!! Thank you for sharing your inspiration.

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2020 - 03:11

Thanks so much Karen!

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Beverly Jordan April 8, 2020 - 14:19

I wish I had enough money to own everything Altenew comes out with!! I need to get these washi tapes too!!

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2020 - 03:12

Hahahaha me too!

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Annette Reed April 9, 2020 - 00:36

These are lovely. You created such a beautiful background with the dotted bloom stamp. I have that one and really like it. The washi looks great and the touch of color against the black and white background is wonderful. It makes a great background too.

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2020 - 03:13

Thanks so much Annette, this really is a beautiful washi!

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Annette Gordon April 9, 2020 - 09:00

Your use of this washi tape is fabulous and were able to make two cards from the negative and positive die cut. Brilliant! As always your cards are inspirational. I haven’t purchased the wide washi tape yet, but these cards really want me to try them out. I love that they can make such an easy background.

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2020 - 15:35

Thanks so very much Annette, I agree a ‘2 for 1’ is such fun!

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Inkin' Chickie April 10, 2020 - 00:30

Great video on the process. I appreciate the washi tip. I was struggling earlier with a roll and just knew I watched the ways video, but couldn’t remember how. I will need to practice this a few times so I can recall for future creations.

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