Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Doodlebug Milk & Cookies Washi Tape Christmas Cards

Hello there!  I was on the Doodlebug blog last week sharing a trio of cards showcasing some fun ways to incorporate washi tape into your holiday cardmaking!

Doodlebug Design Milk & Cookie Washi Tape Holiday Christmas Cards by Mendi Yoshikawa

For my first card, I quickly covered the front of a 5.5" x 4.25" card with the darling tapes from the Milk & Cookies collection, as well as a few fun basic polka-dots.  After my card front was covered, I die-cut a circle from the front and inserted a cute little sticker in the open space.  This card design is perfect for mass producing and is great for mailing because it's very flat.
Doodlebug Design Milk & Cookie Washi Tape Figgy Pudding Holiday Christmas Card by Mendi Yoshikawa

For my second card, I wanted to show off the translucent qualities of the washi tape so I adhered the adorable milk & cookies tape to a piece of clear acetate, alternating with the basic thin gingham and polka-dot washi tapes.  

I left a little space between the tapes to see through to the inside of the card and then cut a 4x4 inch window from the center of my card front.  I then sandwiched the clear acetate between my front card panel and my card base, covering the seam with the scalloped aqua frame.  To finish my card I heat embossed a stamped sentiment onto a die-cut circle and added the darling milk and cookie stickers from the icon sticker sheet.
Doodlebug Design Milk & Cookie Washi Tape Holiday Christmas Card by Mendi Yoshikawa

My last card of the day uses the super cute gingerbread washi tape with the same techniques utilized on my second card.  When my frames were in place, I embellished the outside with the adorable little gingerbread stickers popped up with foam tape and a sentiment from the This & That sticker sheet.  I thought the heart sprinkles were a great finishing touch to tie the pink colors in with the rest of my card.
Doodlebug Design Milk & Cookie Washi Tape Gingerbread Holiday Christmas Card by Mendi Yoshikawa

I hope I've inspired you to pull out your washi tapes (or pick up some of these darling ones) to incorporate with your Christmas cards this year.  Thanks so much for visiting and I hope you have a wonderful day.  :)

Interested in the products I used to create my projects today?  To make supplies easier for you to find, I have listed them below (affiliate links included). 
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  1. Mendi these are super cute cards! I love the various ways you used the washi... you really have such a great eye for design! Miss you!

  2. Thank you Jo! Miss you too! Hope you're doing awesome. :)

  3. Oh my gosh, if those aren't the "Sweetest" cards ever!


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