Wednesday, June 27, 2012
While summer is in full swing, many of you might have a lot of parties to go to or host your own. So a way the decorate your goodie bag or gift, even an envelope might become handy. Right? Today, I'd love to share with you how to make a super easy bow with your fav washi tapes.
First, take your favorite washi tape out and stretch to the idea length on table or any easy to remove surface
And fold it in half and stick them together
Make a circular shape, like a big ring
Use your finger to push it down to give some pressure, so the top and bottom will stay together
Take a little piece of washi to tape around the bow
When done, use a pen to make the bow open nicely
You can even use this super easy Washi bow to decorate a girl's bobby pin, wooden cloth pin and those paper dollies, baker's twine will definately add some fun to it. TFL.
Monday, June 25, 2012
The 3mm washi tapes from MT are really popular right now. But we don't see a lot of them in the shop. Maybe there's no high demands?
But I'd love to share how you can make your own 3mm Washi tapes and some stickers that was inspired by Studio Calico's The Washi workshop.
1. Cut the Wax Paper into 4"X6"
2. And tape all your favorite or desire washi onto the Wax paper. Make sure they ar eonto the slippery side of the wax paper.
3. Trim the washi tapes to your desire width or length
4. There is your 3mm washi tape, mine is the 0.5" version ^^
5. If you use punchs, then you are able to create a ll kind of decorative borders and stickers.
6. Make sure you keep those pieces from the punch, they can be used as confetti for cards and layouts, too
Thank you for looking.
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Thursday, June 21, 2012
This might the most simple card that I've ever made. It's a Father's day card for my fab FIL. Love both my in laws a lot. ^^
Ruler washi tape from Freckled Fawn and both of the Alphabet stickers are from Studio Calico. Both of them are my favs.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Many of you who comes to visit my blog often may noticed I did scrapbook and project life too. SO I am a big fan of Studio Calico & Hero Arts stamp collections.
They can be used on scrapbooing layputs, handamade cards and of course, project life. They are so easy to use and so versatile for your personal touch.
I created these journaling cards using Becky Higgins's project life core kit, I used my own stamps to design my own journaling cards.
They can be used for photos and writing your own journals. Super fun.
The stamps are from Studio Calico and Hero arts
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
2012.Project Life Week 23/生活紀錄第23週 No question about it. I am still doing project life and still love it a lot. I did noticed that ever since I started A photo a day and project life at the same time. I am taking way more photos than just 1 a day. I also noticed some of the photos I already took them, but they still look different. The angle, lighting ...etc. Very interesting.
Monday, June 11, 2012
- Jun 11 Mon 2012 14:48
Here is my Project life, week 22. Still love it. And wow, time does fly so fast. ^^ Can't believe it's already mid June when I post this and where did the time go?
During week 22, it's our 9th anniversary celebration and Memorial weekend, so we decided to have a little long weekend get away. This time of the year, driving to Reno & Lake Tahoe is so preety and green.
I am grateful that my husband is always so encouraging and postive in our life. I seem to be more postive on my blog, but in reality I do have some challenges and down time. But my best friend is always there for me. Thnak God for that.