Life You've Imagined Card

Life You've Imagined Card

Did you know you can create any style or pattern just by layering washi tape onto cardstock? With easy card designs like this Live You've Imagined Card, you can use washi tape to instantly give your project a new look.  Once you create a pattern with washi tape, you can use the Fiskars Fuse Creativity System® to create a fabulous embellishment for a card or any crafting project.  Use this technique for cards, scrapbook pages, gift wrap, and more!

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The Life You've Imagined Card

 

Materials:

  • Fuse Creativity System® Starter Set
  • Medium Design Set 101960 - Dressform
  • Teresa Collins Maison Simple Stick™ Stamps (4" x 8")
  • Teresa Collins Moments Simple Stick™ Stamps (8" x 8")
  • Cardstock – Bazzill
  • Glass glitter – Melissa Frances
  • Tulle/trim
  • Washi tape – Queen & Co.

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut a 4” x 6” piece of cardstock.
     
  2. Choose approximately five different designs of washi tape within a complimentary color scheme.
     
  3. Place the washi tape on the cardstock in a desired pattern or design.

    The Life You've Imagined Card
     
  4. Place the cardstock covered in washi tape face down on your die, and run it through the Fuse machine. The die will cut out a shape, even through the washi tape!

    The Life You've Imagined Card
     
  5. Stamp card base with desired stamps and sentiments.
     
  6. Add ribbon to your washi tape die cut and attach to the card with a few foam dots.
     
  7. Add glitter as a final touch.

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