After the box was formed with Merikan double stick tape, a simple ribbon band was taped on, a skinnier ribbon tied over and a charm added. The Tim Holtz tapes available at Ben Franklin Crafts are very lovely and translucent (the packaging doesn't really do justice to the product). I think I purchased the wide, colorful MT washi tapes from Celebrations (near the Mapunapuna BFC). Both BFC and Celebrations have a multitude of washi tapes to tempt you and add to your creativity. Thank you for stopping to read this blog. I hope that you will visit again to see what makes me smile and keeps me out trouble. (I can't eat or shop while I'm crafting LOL!)
A Masculine Card with a Touch of Vintage - Today is the start of a new theme at Allsorts challenge. It's Dena's week to host and she would like to see "*Birthday Cards*" but as usual there is the ...
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This is one pretty box! love all the different variety of washi tapes... Looks real vintage!
TFS Lynn - enjoy your wonderful Tuesday~
I didn't think I was really into vintage, but I've loved all your vintage projects! That tape is just gorgeous!
Cute but the TH tape is tissue tape, not washi tape.
Another fabulously decorated box! And decorated with tape? Those pretty tapes always catch my eye, but never could think of a reason to buy them...now I have one!
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