Thursday, September 12, 2013
Holiday Cards: Washi Tree Card
Got Washi tape? Some cardstock? A few rhinestones or enamel dots?
You can create a really easy and fun card. Actually you can create a lot of them in very little time.
I cut my triangle with a craft knife; however, if you have a Cricut cartridge with a triangle, a Silhouette or any other electronic die cutter, they would go even faster.
For the embellishment, I had these rhinestones from Bazzill. A less expensive option are the rhinestones in the jewelry department of the craft store. Just attach with glue dots or Glossy Accents. I added a bit of extra adhesive to these as well.
The star is Studio Calico's mistable. A punched or die cut star would work well, too. You can add a greeting or leave it to the inside of the card.
Here's the video at YouTube
I've stamped a lot of cards from Raisin Boat stamps to color which might be a bit ambitious. So if I don't get them all ready, these are a card I can put together fast with supplies on hand.
Posted by Lisa Echerd at 7:22 AM
Labels: Cards, Holiday cards, Video
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Very cool technique!ReplyDelete
I like how you used tape that isn't necessarily Christmas tape. Love the result!ReplyDelete
Such a great card.ReplyDelete
I am going to have to show this to my SIL.
I got her hooked on washi tape, now she says it calms her, lol.