Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Day 3 -- Growing in Unity

I'm so pleased to have you stop by and visit my blog today!  If you've missed the past two days, please go back and comment.  Unity is giving away to Itty Bitty stamps to one luck commenter at the end of the week (I'll pick the winner on the weekend) so make sure you comment each day.  Also, if you have time, look back to the card I made and entered in Mojo Monday's card sketch on Sunday.  I love those adorable penguins -- Unity stamps, of course.

Today's card was inspired by a wish to show some women I craft with the many uses for washi tape.  I'm in love with the stuff and they hadn't realized the potential of it yet.  I made a few cards using it in various ways to show them.  This is one of the cards.


The stamp is an Itty Bitty -- Sweet Christmas Wishes.  It has an adorable penguin sitting on a candy cane that goes with it. I glittered up a piece of packaging (I used a punch to get the star shape) by running it through a Xyron sticker maker and then sprinkling gold glitter on it.  Then, I ran it through again to adhere it to the card.  I hope you like today's card.

34 comments:

  1. I am loving this washi tree !!

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    1. Now I know what to do with all my washi :)

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  2. What a great card!!!! Great use of washi!

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  3. What an adorable tree Julie! Great use of washi!

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  4. This card is beyond cute! I love those washi tapes you used, they make a wonderful Christmas tree!

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  5. The card is fabulous! I have lots of washi tapes but barely use any of it. Thanks for the great idea!

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  6. So cute, love the washi tape you used.

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  7. Thanks for sharing your ideas for the washi tape I'm sure it show lots of crafters new ways to get busy and use it!

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  8. Julie this is so adorable! great job!

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  9. way to go Julie! this is adorable & super easy :-) I have the penguin stamp too and love it

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  10. Julie this card is adorable and so creative.

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  11. julie, great showcasing the itty bitty sentiment on your washi tape card.... well done
    ava g

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  12. What a fun way to use your washi, and I love the star!

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  13. Wow, I am loving this card! It looks like a piece of art the way you used this washi tape! I am so inspired right now! Thank you so much for sharing, hugs. Debra

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  14. very cute card ! love the washi tape tree.

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  15. A very cute washi tape tree!! TFS

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  16. Love your card. I am now going to have to buy some washi tape.

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  17. So cute and a great use for washi tape!


    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. What a cute idea. I need to buy more washi tape!! sharon dot gullikson at gmail dot com

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  19. Very cute way to use washi tape and I like the glittery star.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  20. I love your washi tree! Great job, Julie!

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  21. Julie, great card and use of washi tape! TFS!

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  22. Wow, such a creative way to use the washi!! I'll have to start looking at it a different way!! Love this!

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  23. What a fun card! Love how you used so many different tapes.

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  24. What a fun tree! I haven't tried washi tape yet but this is such a creative way to use it!

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  25. That washi tape is really a neat tool. I like the Christmas tree design smack in the middle & "sweet" sentiment alot!

    Nice to see you & Molly on Unity Stamp blog too. Congratulations.

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  26. Love this card! And a great way to use washi tape! I think I'll be scraplifting this one.....

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  27. Fun! I really have to try one of these washi cards.

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  28. Love this fun card! Great use of the stamp and washi tape!
    DeniseB

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  29. Was this washi tape from the exchange? Very cute idea.

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  30. I love, love , love that washi tree!

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