Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Simple Birthday

Here it is the first Wednesday in June!!  It's time for another challenge from The House That Stamps Built.  This week is a Designer's Choice Challenge, and Donna has chosen "Washi Tape".
Now, I have only 2 rolls of washi tape.  One was part of a prize package I won and the second roll is one I bought mostly for taping and holding dies in place.  So, you can see that this one is a bit of a challenge for me!  Luckily, I really do like the pattern and color on the roll I bought and thought it would be fun to try stamping a sentiment on it.  Here's how it turned out:
I didn't have any patterned papers with the same color, but I thought it went well with the bright colors and the patterns of these scraps I have.  I used the smallest square die from the Flip Fancy Die Set to die cut the squares.  Some of the scraps were just barely the right size!  Then I went to work stamping the sentiment.  I masked and selectively stamped the sentiment to get the words side by side instead of top and bottom as they actually are on the stamp.  I stamped the first part of the sentiment with a no-name ink and it immediately beaded up and I remembered that washi tape is kind of slippery surface and so figured I should try Stazon ink.  I stamped, and stamped, and stamped, and . . . and the Stazon just would not stamp the entire word.  Getting slightly frustrated, I decided to try it with some SU! basic black ink and it worked perfectly!  All that wasted time!  But anyway, my idea did finally work and I think the sentiment on the washi is a fun touch.
  Head on over to The House blog to see what the rest of the Design Team did for this challenge; there are some amazing cards for your inspiration!  I hope you get a chance to play along with us, I'd love some more inspiration on what to do with washi tape; maybe it would even convince me to buy some more. : )

Supplies:
Stamps: Repeat Impressions "Birthday", "Daisy outline, small" and "Daisy Solid, small"
Dies: Repeat Impressions "Flip Fancy Die Set"; MFT "Blueprints 13" stitched rectangle

Challenges:
{Pin}spirational Challenge #192--inspiration photo (I was inspired by the pink flowers)

Incy Wincy Designs--anything goes
Come And Get It--anything goes
Crazy 4 Challenges #388--repeat at least 3 times (I used the same square die 3 times)
Crafting By Designs--anything goes
CAS(E) This Sketch #224

Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper--anything goes with patterned paper
Crafting with an Attitude #28--anything goes
Brown Sugar #253--celebrations
CAS-ual #175--use those patterned papers
A Bit More Time to Craft #45--anything goes
Cardz TV #3--anything goes
Di's Digi Designs--birthdays


22 comments:

Donna said...

This is darling, I like the idea of stamping on the Washi tape, great idea!

Brenda in IN said...

This is a cute design and brilliant to stamp on washi. Thanks for sharing.

Glittered Paws said...

Love this - and it looks perfect stamped on the washi tape. How did you not get hooked on the craze???

Dawn said...

Nice color combo and great use of the sketch.
Thanks for sharing at Brown Sugar Challenge.
Dawn (DT)

Carole said...

A very sweet card, Heather. I love the idea of using washi tape on cards, and especially your clever idea of stamping the sentiment on top of it! Clever use of your beautiful paper scraps too! Just lovely!
Thanks for sharing your work at {PIN}spirational Challenges #192. Good Luck and hope to see you again next time.
Carole x DT (Craftilicious Creations)

Neva Zver said...

What a darling card! . Thank you for sharing your wonderful project with us at Come And Get It challenge.Neva

Leigh Penner said...

Great take on the sketch!

Dana Johnson said...

Very sweet card! Thanks for joining us at the Come and Get it challenge. ~DT Dana

tampatha said...

I love the CAS look of this card and the great mix of patterns & colors. Thanks for playing along at brown sugar and hope to see you again!
Tammy DT

Maria Giselle said...

I wonder why the sentiment is partly stamped to your washi. Is your Stazon juicy inked? It might need some reinking. Or maybe a Misti tool can be useful to repeat stamp the sentiment to get a vibrant impression. I've created name labels using this technique. My kids school supplies are personalized with their names stamped on washi. Anyway, thanks for sharing your creation with us @ Incy Wincy Designs Anything Goes Challenge. Good luck!-Maria Giselle

Patti J said...

Beautifully done! Great job!!!

Marcia said...

Such a cute card!! I love all the different colors together. What a "genius idea" to stamp on washi tape. Thanks for sharing your card with everyone at the Casual Fridays Challenge.

Nathalie said...

So cute CAS. Thank for playing with us at Di's Digi challenge.
Nathalie DT

donna mikasa said...

Wonderful take on the sketch! I love the mix of patterns and colors!

Rebecca Wong said...

Beautiful CAS card, so lovely and colorful.
Thanks for sharing at Crafting with An Attitude Challenge, we hope to see you again.
Rebecca, DT

bumblebee creations said...

Very pretty, thanks for joining our challenge over at CARDZTV! ~DT~ Rhonda

Cheri said...

For all your struggles and limitations, Heather, you created a gorgeous card. So often I forget to look more closely at what I have and make it work....this card is a perfect example. You've inspired me once again!

Melanie Gee said...

Cute card. Thank you for entering our ATG Challenge at Crafting by Designs https://craftingbydesigns.blogspot.co.uk/
Regards
Mel DT
https://melgeecrafts.wordpress.com/

Angel said...

Such a perfect way to use up scraps! Super cute! Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

Tasha Vovchuk said...

Such a lovely card! Love how you've used the paper and your washi. Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays challenge!

Deanne Saunders said...

Pretty card!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

Rocky said...

I think you rose to washi challenge very well, great combination of colours. Thank you for joining us at CHNPPC.