10 Ways with Washi Tape!

Woo-hoo! A new shipment of paper tape from Cosmo Cricut has arrived at the Stampington office. The Hello and Ruler collections are the newest paper tape designs to adorn the shelves of The Shoppe. If the wide array of options is a bit overwhelming, allow me to direct your attention to our washi tape swatch book that showcases four of our favorite paper tape collections. With an assortment of colors, patterns, and styles, these tapes will fit every crafting style–and budget! Check out our entire collection of decorative paper tape here.

one: Mint & Charchuse Solid two: Black Dots SMASH tape three: Teal and Blue Striped four: Birds & Floral five: Like This six: seven: Hello eight: Black & White Matte nine: Teal and Blue Dot

one: Alphabet Gold two: Christmas Wrap three: Polka Dot Jane four: Holiday five: Christmas Wrap six: Gypsy Market Naked seven: Christmas Wrap eight: Holiday

one: Lille Patterned two: Off the Wall three: Ruler four: Alphabet five: Global six: Alphabet seven: Off the Wall eight: Hello

one: Lace Tape Lime two: Pure three: Red Solid four: Lace Tape Beige (15mm) five: Pure six: Pastel Solids seven: Writer’s Tape Bare eight: Lace Tape Dark Pink

Vanessa Spencer, our Shoppe Manager and creative mastermind, used washi tape to decorate glass bottles. Create these festive vases by applying the paper tape to the bottles vertically or horizontally. Stamp your sentiment onto cardstock, and use a punch or scissors to cut it out. Adhere punch to a scalloped circle, and adhere to bottle. Finish off this simple project by tying twine around the bottle and into a bow. Simple and chic! This project can be found in Take Ten Winter ’12.

Our talented Director of Photography, Johanna Love, created this innovative Washi Wall Journaling project that marks her children’s height achievements! Keep an eye out for more details about this project in the next issue of Somerset Home, available August 1st.

A pincushion project that fits in the palm of your hand? Yes! Check out this DIY in our Washi Tape Project Collection along with seven more easy-to-create tape projects from The Studio. Perfect for all crafting levels, we’re sure one will stick!

Have you created a project using decorative paper tape that you want to share? Email us photos of your best creations at blog@stampington.com or Tweet us @stampington.
 
 

Swatch Book: Photo and project by Vanessa Spencer
Tape Vases: Photo by Dianne Sapra and project by Vanessa Spencer
Washi Wall Journaling: Photo and project by Johanna Love
Pint-Sized Pincushions: Photo by Lauren Eatherly and project by Vanessa Spencer

 

 
 

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Posted: Thursday, June 28th, 2012 @ 9:53 am
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7 Responses to “10 Ways with Washi Tape!”

  1. Gabrielle says:

    Ohh I love the bottles. I own a glass bottle soda shop, I can put some of those to use!

  2. Maureen says:

    I am addicted to washi tape because you can do so many great things with it. I recently decorated the boxes that I put my Mom’s birthday gifts in with washi tape, and honestly, I think she liked the boxes more than the gifts. . . LOL!

    These are beautiful and I can’t wait to add some of them to my stash!

  3. pattisj says:

    I see “old school” in my future! Love these!

  4. Doreen says:

    Great selection of Washi tape. I especially like the old school set.

  5. Hoyt Besares says:

    This is pretty cool. Love this concept! Thanks for sharing this!

  6. inkybru says:

    I have gone Washi tape crazy!!! Everytime someone has a birthday I think, “Oh, she would love some Washi tape”…….of course, I have to order me some more, too! These are great ideas! The little buckets are just too cute!

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Jordan DIYHow-ToThe Shoppe at Somerset ,,,

Woo-hoo! A new shipment of paper tape from Cosmo Cricut has arrived at the Stampington office. The Hello and Ruler collections are the newest paper tape designs to adorn the shelves of The Shoppe. If the wide array of options is a bit overwhelming, allow me to direct your attention to our washi tape swatch book that showcases four of our favorite paper tape collections. With an assortment of colors, patterns, and styles, these tapes will fit every crafting style–and budget! Check out our entire collection of decorative paper tape here.

one: Mint & Charchuse Solid two: Black Dots SMASH tape three: Teal and Blue Striped four: Birds & Floral five: Like This six: seven: Hello eight: Black & White Matte nine: Teal and Blue Dot

one: Alphabet Gold two: Christmas Wrap three: Polka Dot Jane four: Holiday five: Christmas Wrap six: Gypsy Market Naked seven: Christmas Wrap eight: Holiday

one: Lille Patterned two: Off the Wall three: Ruler four: Alphabet five: Global six: Alphabet seven: Off the Wall eight: Hello

one: Lace Tape Lime two: Pure three: Red Solid four: Lace Tape Beige (15mm) five: Pure six: Pastel Solids seven: Writer’s Tape Bare eight: Lace Tape Dark Pink

Vanessa Spencer, our Shoppe Manager and creative mastermind, used washi tape to decorate glass bottles. Create these festive vases by applying the paper tape to the bottles vertically or horizontally. Stamp your sentiment onto cardstock, and use a punch or scissors to cut it out. Adhere punch to a scalloped circle, and adhere to bottle. Finish off this simple project by tying twine around the bottle and into a bow. Simple and chic! This project can be found in Take Ten Winter ’12.

Our talented Director of Photography, Johanna Love, created this innovative Washi Wall Journaling project that marks her children’s height achievements! Keep an eye out for more details about this project in the next issue of Somerset Home, available August 1st.

A pincushion project that fits in the palm of your hand? Yes! Check out this DIY in our Washi Tape Project Collection along with seven more easy-to-create tape projects from The Studio. Perfect for all crafting levels, we’re sure one will stick!

Have you created a project using decorative paper tape that you want to share? Email us photos of your best creations at blog@stampington.com or Tweet us @stampington.
 
 

Swatch Book: Photo and project by Vanessa Spencer
Tape Vases: Photo by Dianne Sapra and project by Vanessa Spencer
Washi Wall Journaling: Photo and project by Johanna Love
Pint-Sized Pincushions: Photo by Lauren Eatherly and project by Vanessa Spencer

 

 
 

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