...as in Tape, that is (some call it Trendy Tape and a few other names). I love this stuff -- tried it yet? Here are a few ideas for your for card making:
This first one is a lace pattern that I just love -- or maybe because it's blue, or maybe for no reason at all! I just butted the pieces of tape against each other to form this lovely background. THEN, I placed a few pieces on a piece of card stock big enough to accommodate my flower die (by MFT) and die cut and curled it. Oh boy! Another world just opened up!
This second one I used a combination of Washi Tape and Ribbon and a technique that Judikins did years ago. I also repeated the flowers again.
While the brain was whirling in a mud puddle of happiness, I thought "I wonder if I can make a bow with my Craft-Dee BowZ using Washi Tape?" You be the judge -- I had so much fun creating this little tin!
I figured it out! I ran different lengths of Washi along a white plastic supermarket bag, then trimmed the excess bag away (it zips along - get your scissors in the right position and whee! it's done!). This gave it some stability plus something to stick to. You can't use card stock - it's way to stiff to tie a bow. I added in a few more die cuts - you know me! Queen & Co. is supposed to be sending me a box of their tapes to "play" with. I guess I know what I'll be doing for a few weeks! Well, probably after CHA anyway.
Well, that's it for now. Talk to me -- let me know what you think!