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NEW Video: Washi Tape Circle Tutorial

If you love washi tape, raise your hand!  In today's blog post, I am sharing my NEW YouTube tutorial video on how to make a washi tape circle background. Link Here This video features a look at the supplies I used, a tutorial and the cute story behind our picture.

I saw this fun circle sketch on the "Sketchy Saturday" June 6th challenge over at Two Peas Refugees and had to try it. The sketch used a circle as the background. With all the washi tape I have now, I decided to make my circle with various patterns and colors of tape. It turned out so pretty and that's when I thought this would make a fun tutorial video.

Take a look! Supply list is in the description box of the video.

Here are a few more pictures of this resourceful project.

Circle made with Heidi Swapp & Jen Hadfield washi tapes.


Loved adding brown ink to edges and crinkling up the flowers for some texture.

I distressed the edge of the circle to create dimension.

Love the ticket!!!!


Flowers and ticket are from Simple Stories "Simple Vintage Garden District" Collection.

Both pages have their own look and feel. The one on the left was my original layout.

Have you ever used washi tape to make a background on your pages? Give it a try!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and inspired to use your tape in some new and different ways.
Check out my YouTube channel if you have missed any of my newer tutorials HERE.
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