Five Ways to Use Washi Tape

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I hope you’ll enjoy these Five Ways to Use Washi Tape generously shared with us by Kivonne.

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.   I love the colors, costumes, and giving out candy to the trick and treaters.   I am so excited about Stampin’ Up!’s Glitter Washi Tape!   Glitter Washi Tape is found on page 57 in the July-December Mini Catalog.   It’s been a while since we have had this product and I wanted to show you some different ways to create cards with this beautiful glittery washi tape. 

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Five Ways to Use Washi Tape to Create Halloween Cards

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  • Take a small piece of 3×3 thick basic white card stock.
  • Add the glitter washi tape to the cardstock at an angle.  I use my silicone craft pad to help me out.
  • Once you finish taping your cardstock, cut off all the overhang of washi tape.
  • Put the cover basic white into the Witch Hat Builder Punch. Punch out the witch’s hat.
  • Assemble the card

Yes, my witch’s hat moves.  It’s attached with a small wobble (non-Stampin’ Up). Remember to decorate the inside of the card and your envelope

Die Cut

  • Do the same steps as above but put the washi tape on the basic white card stock in a straight line.
  • Use the Stampin’ emboss & cut machine to die cut your image.
  • Assemble the card


  • I wanted straight lines as a background for the DSP (Designer Series Paper).   (You can also use washi in diagonal lines).  Cut off the overhang.
  • Assemble card


  • 3 ½” x 4 ¼” piece of Basic White
  • Take the glitter purple washi tape and make a frame around the end of the cardstock.
  • Assemble the card


  • Took a piece of Black & White Designs DSP and added glitter washi tape
  • Cut off the overlap.
  • Assemble the card

I hope you’ve enjoyed these projects and the different ways to use Washi Tape. I also hope you’ll be inspired to create your own projects with this beautiful glittery tape!

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