Saturday, May 4, 2013

Washi Tape VC Rocks Warmup Blog Hop


Welcome to the 2013 edition of a summer of fun with the VC Rocks group!  We are accepting new members through May 31.  Send your subscription request to:
What is VC? It stands for Virtual  Convention. Its a group that has been around  many years for Stampin'Up demonstrators and non-demo's who want to go to a SU convention but can't.
Enjoy a warm-up blog hop with an Anything Goes blog hop from our creative Rockers.    

Be sure to save the dates for our future hops

May 18-19 Hostess Gifts --> Show off those great hostess gifts and booking incentives!   Just in time for the new catalog season!!! 

June 22-23 Big Shot, Punch Art & Simply Scored - Featuring your projects using Big Shot, Punches, and/or Simply Score tool 

July 27-28 New Catalog 1 - Featuring New stamps, accessories, colors and paper from the 2013-14 catalog 

Aug 17-18 New Catalog 2 Featuring New stamps, accessories, colors and paper from the 2013-14 catalog.

Now back to my card, and the Washi tape........

This is the first time I've used Washi Tape. SU has some pretty ones coming up in the new 2013-2014 catalog.

To make the rosette I cut a strip of Daffodil cardstock 1 inch x 8 1/2 inch. I added the Washi tape to the strip. After that the strip was scored 1/4 all the way across. After I pleated the folds I glued the ends together to form a ring then it was glued to a cardstock circle. I used the 1 3/8 circle punch for that. I find it is easier to use a low temp glue gun for the rosette. Holds together better. Lastly I added a vintage button which will also be in the new catalog. Love them!

Here is the link back to VC Rocks starting page so you can check out some more great projects.

http://vcrocks.blogspot.com/2013/05/2013-blog-hop-warmup.html 

Stamping trails
Karen
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4 comments:

Kathy Skinner (Kat) said...

Super cute card, Karen! Can't wait to play with the washi tape!

Ria Blackwell said...

Nice use of Washi tape. I haven't managed that yet. Pretty card.

Stace said...

super cute idea. I love the 3Dness (is that a word?? LOL)

Krafting Karen said...

LOL Stace...if 3Dness isn't a word...it should be!