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Halloween Washi Cards

There are few cards I love making more than Washi cards. One: ease of making. Washi cards are so easy to make. Even when you do the most intricate of designs, Washi cards are easy to make and a card can be done in as little as 10 minutes. Second: they always look unique. There's so many ways to approach Washi cards. You can alternate strips, use all different kinds, layer and crisscross etc. And if you're like me, you have more Washi tape than you know what to do with. This week I used Washi tape for two different challenges. Let's take a look.

Over on Scrapping4Fun Challenges, they had a simple task:
Gladly! This is a simple design with an assortment of different brands of Washi tape.
For my second challenge, I was inspired by Just Us Girls Challenge blog. The task was wholly unique as they celebrate their 600th challenge!
I used the same ideas as the card above but embellished it with 6 pumpkin stickers.
What you can't see here is the way these pumpkin stickers come off the page and are chiseled in a way to catch the light.

Anyway, I'm working on some more fall and Halloween cards as my card show at Blooming Hill Farm is on the 26th of this month. Be sure to check back each day for some new and cool cards!

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  1. Super fun Halloween card -- love your "6" pumpkins ;) Thanks for joining in at JUGS

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  2. Hi Danny, welcome and thank you for your beautiful Washi tape cards!
    Thank you for your entry at Scrapping4funChallenges.
    Rachelle DT
    https://scrapping4funchallenges.blogspot.com
    https://rachellescreations.blogspot.com

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