Friday, October 20, 2017

Washi Tape Challenge: Booville Home Decor by Jomelle Gomez

Hi there Doodlebug Fans! Jomelle here today and I am sharing my Washi Tape Challenge project. I love Halloween so I wanted to create something I can display in my home. I used the Booville Collection for this project.

 I found a wooden pumpkin shape at Hobby Lobby and I covered it with washi tapes. It was super easy to make. 
I used some of the doodle pops pieces since they have a 3D effect. I also added those scary looking trees using a die from my stash. I used a pop up adhesive for the trees. 
I used my new Iphone 8S Plus to take these photos and I am so amazed how it turned out. This new phone has a Portrait feature. It is so awesome.
 These are the washi tapes I used.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you had a Spooktacular time.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Washi Tape Challenge: Unicorn LOVE by Caroli

Hello my dear Doodlebug Design friends!  Caroli here and today I want to share my take of the washi tape challenge we are having here with my peeps at he DT.

I must say that I don't use washi tape on my projects often, I love it, specially Doodlebug's, but never seem to find the way to include it on my projects, so this was a real challenge for me! I had to think outside the box and finally came out with this layout:

As you can see, I used washitape to fill a big unicorn diecut I used as a base on my design. I placed several strips of washi in a rainbow pattern, I love the result.
I used some pics of the last birthday party I threw for my baby girl, which was unicorn and rainbow themed, so Fairy Tales collection was simply perfect for it. You can see on the pic that actually the party was inspired by this collection, I even made the smiley clouds and a paper rainbow for decorating the candy table.

As always, shape sprinkles are just gorgeous and my fave item on each collection. I love the cloud shaped ones, they are the perfect add to my embellishments clusters.

Have you seen the new alpha typography Abigail?? I love the funny and happy feel of this aplha. I used Swimming Pool color to add my title.

Journaling is always an important element in my layouts and in this one I wrote all the history about the party and some memories around the diecut shape, I think it looks funny and pretty :)

I hope you liked this simply idea and got inspired to try it on your projects. Doodlebug Design's washi tapes are so beautiful, the possibilities are endless!

Have a lovely day!

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Washi Tape Challenge: Holiday Frames by Traci Penrod

Hi there!  It's Traci and I'm back to share my Washi Tape project with you!  I found these 8x8 frames on sale at my local craft store so I decided to create a few holiday decor pieces, and a gift for a friend. 
The frames came with double white mats.  I covered the larger outside mat, and left the one inside white.  I started with a corner, positioning the orange "Happy Halloween" tape first.  Then I added the rest of the tape by stretching it across the frame cut-out from one side to the other, trimming it, and folding it under each side.  I could have saved some tape by not going across the opening, but this helped me line everything up perfectly.
Here's the finished Halloween frame in my family room.  This was a super easy way to add a little pop of color to the plain space on my shelves.
I also made one for Christmas ... 
 ... and one for a friend.  She can take out the center piece and add a cute picture of her new puppy!
I hope you are enjoying this week's washi tape projects!  Stop back by every day for new ideas on how to use this fun product. Booville Washi Tape Booville 4x4 card Milk & Cookies Washi Tape Here Comes Santa Die Cuts Puppy Love Washi Tape Puppy Love 6x6 Paper
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