Thursday, October 9, 2014

Celebrate good times - washi tape layout


Hi Peeps

Sharing with you a sweet layout featuring little miss, hubby and MIL.
I went all aboard with washi tapes for the first time. Loved playing with it!

Used some vellum and stamped the sentiments on it and did some doodling. The page is so colorul with washi tapes that it required minimal embellishmens :)

Do let me know how you liked it.






Sending this to

http://thestudiochallenges.blogspot.com.au/2014/09/28th-sept-scraplifts.html - Anastasia

http://theartisticstampercreativeteam.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/october-challenge-memories.html?m=1 (Memories, rubber stamps)

http://kcclayoutchallenges.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/lm-212-anything-goes.html?m=1

http://scrapafrica.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/sketch-challenge-no36.html?m

22 comments:

  1. Fun with Washi tapes ..its so lovely Lavina ..:)

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  2. It's looking lovely :)
    How do you store your paper crafting creations? Do you display all of them or you create an album. Paper crafting usually takes less time than needlework and therefore one can create more items. Needleworkers generally end up with less finishes.

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    1. Hi dear..sorry for the late reply. .thanks for liking the layout preeti..the above layout is part of my daughters baby book. .I have made a display area/borad in our drawing room for displaying our other crafts thst I do with my little one and also the canvases and quilling. .the baby book is shown to occasional guests..
      You are very correct about paper craft and needle craft..paper craft takes much less time as compared to needle craft with endless possibilities depending on the time at hand and mood. .ha ha..I had done some needle craft like crochet. .cross stitch. .satin stitch when I was in school. .it takes a lot of patience. .still planning to do some crochet but yet to get the trigger for it...hats of to you for your amazing creations dear..and the dedication and patience that goes with it. .:)

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  3. What a great idea.Washi tapes lend so much colour and vibrancy to your layout.You are right about not needing any more embellishments and I think that camera is the perfect touch.Lovely photo too.:-)

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  4. Such a lovely idea with the washi tape and the colours are so good together. I like it. And the hand journaling on the page is great. Thanks so much for playing with at Scrap Africa.

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  5. Fun page! I Lime it!
    Thanks for playing with us at Scrap Africa!
    Xoxo

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  6. Beautiful layout - love the way you have used the tape

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  7. Great use of washi tape & a fun page. Thanks for playing at Scrap Africa :)

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  8. I love washi & Sketch~!♡
    Thanks for joining in at The Studio Challenges.

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  9. Thanks for joining us at Scrap Africa. I like the way the washi adds so much colour and vibrance to your page. :D

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  10. Awesome use of those wash tapes. LOVE the bright and bold colours here!

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  11. Great idea and fun way to use your washi tape. Thank you for playing at Scrap Africa.

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  12. Precious little page and photo...so sweet. Super use of the washi tape too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Scrap Africa! ;-)

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  13. So colorful and cheerful! thank you for sharing it with us at Scrap Africa.

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  14. Love all the beautiful strips of paper on your background. Gorgeous page! Thank you for playing along at Scrap Africa. :)

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  15. Look at all of those lovely pattern papers - gorgeous!! Thank you so much for sharing and playing along with us at Scrap Africa!

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  16. beautiful page and cute photo! thank you for playing along with us at Scrap Africa!

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  17. Look at that fabulous collection of Washi! Great page! Thanks so much for playing along with us in The Studio!

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  18. Great job with the washi tape! I've only recently started to acquire some washi (I'm a bit of a late starter when it comes to scrap trends) and I love seeing how people use it. Amazing how quickly you can become addicted to using it!

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  19. Great use of the washi tape! This is a really fun page! Thanks for joining us at Lasting Memories.

    Elizabeth Campau LMDT
    http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com

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  20. Fabulous! Thank you for joining in The Artistic Stamper Creative Team challenge this month :)

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