Thursday, June 5, 2014

The Day 30 giveaway and Double Dot Cards

So much Washi Tape so little time! Enter to win all this fabulous Washi Tape for some fabulous scrapping!

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Need some fresh new card ideas? Check out these fabulous Double Dot cards that the design team created.


Turkusowa by Agnieszka Bellaidea



For our cards today we all are using Double Dot papers. Normally I would create cards with several layers and more flowers but this time I just wanted to focus on design on these papers.

I hope you can see it very well on my photos too. Double Dot papers have very interesting patterns.

I wish I could have a dress, shoes, dresser, walls  and even a bag in these colors :).

Well, I did start painting an antique dresser but this is a story for another post . I can only blame Bo Bunny and Brilliant Blue Vintage for it.



I added just one flower for my card and used this great stamps from Autumn Song collection.



Bo Bunny Supplies:
Cardstock: Brilliant Blue Vintage
Blossoms: Denim Blue Zinnia





Happy Day card by Agnieszka Bellaidea



After using my favorite colors for the  first card I checked all my Double Dot papers and came out with this color combo. I know, a little strong but after long Winter I am longing for colors.

I did some handmade stitching, distressing and added flowers and elements from a ...Halloween collection. The thing is all these cute elements  from Bo Bunny are so nice I don't want to wait until October to finish them off.





Bo Bunny Supplies:
Cardstock: Grape Double Dot, Buttercup Double Dot
Stickers: Fright Delight Dimencional Stickers
Blossoms: Plum Purple Bouquet, Plum Purple Dahlia,



Birthday Card by Ilene Tell



Okay, this might not be politically correct to share, but I have to confess a little secret. Don't tell the double dot cardstock, but I do have a favorite. I know, I know, I'm supposed to love them all equally. But the vintage double dot line really speaks to me! I LOVE the colors and patterns and textures. And did I mention the colors? I just love how rich and exotic and saturated they are. Gorgeousness!





I used my dies to cut out the scrolled corners and the vintage alarm clock, and then embellished with a bit of the Et Cetra paper inside the clock. And of course, for such a masculine card, I couldn't resist adding some of the Kraft wood gears. They're so adorable.



Bo Bunny Supplies:
Cardstock: Maize Vintage, Gingerbread Vintage, Powder Blue Vintage
6x6 Paper Pad: Et Cetera
Kraft Wood Shapes: School, Gears
Jewels: Autumn Song
Blossoms: Natural Earth Daisy





New Year's Card by Ilene Tell



I just love making wintery cards (I love the season and snowflakes!), so I knew I had to make one with the beautiful cardstock. I used grey for the background and blue for the snowflakes, and then stickled the heck out of the snowflakes and the chipboard scroll. It matched the glittered snowman :)




The cardstock is really nice and textured, and super thick - so it can take a lot. I was able to add a thick layer of stickles to the top for an icicle effect, and the cardstock held up well, which I was very pleased about.



Bo Bunny Supplies:
Cardstock: Shadow Vintage, Powder Blue Vintage
Layered Chipboard: Woodland Winter
12x12 Chipboard: Woodland Winter
Jewels: Woodland Winter
Doilies: 4in Small



Grattis-kort / Congrats card by Ulrika Wandler



I used a lot of different Double Dot papers in matching colors. I cut them in to small squares and rolled them, and then I adhered them to the background paper.



BoBunny supplies:
Cardstock: Sugar Double Dot, Licorice Flourish, Buttercup Dot, Passion Fruit Stripe, Powder Blue Flourish, Wasabi Double Dot, Brilliant Blue Doube Dot



Dream big card by Ulrika Wandler



I used several different Double Dot papers on this card as well.
 
Actually it took me a while to get all the measurements right... But I think it was worth it! ;-)



BoBunny supplies:
Cardstock: Buttercup Dot, Harvest Dot, Licorice Stripe, Aquamarine Dot, Sugar Double Dot, Licorice Flourish
Chipboard: Our Lil' Monster 12x12



71 comments:

  1. I'm still discovering all the ways to use washi tape, but I use it on cards the most! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. I would use the washi tape to make cards. Thank you for the chance to win the washi tape. Great projects today.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  3. I'd use these products on my greeting cards.
    I love the grunge look on the first projects. the rolled paper squares was a clever idea.
    Looked like crayons.

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  4. Love me some washi tape :)
    Nice variety of cards!

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  5. Lovin' the washi tape..never used it before so it would be fun to try :)

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  6. I love the washi tape! Thanks for the chance!

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  7. I love using Washi tape on my cards. It adds such a different look and dimension. thank you for the chance to win a great prize package.

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  8. I like to use washi tape on cards and scrapbook pages. It adds a nice border or embellishment.

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  9. I love to use washing tape on my Project Life spreads!

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  10. I love the Grattis card and the Out of This World card! I'd love to win some more Washi tape!

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  11. Adorable cards! Love love love washie tape! :)

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  12. Not a big fan of winter, but I love the New Year's card! Am a big fan of washi; lately I've been using it as background for embellishments, words (need permanent ink), and stamping (StazOn works).

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  13. those cards are very inspirering me! great work lady's.
    Love to welcome those gorgoues tapes in my collection.
    hugs
    isabelle

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  14. I love to use washing tape on my cards, mu embellishments and my post-it covers

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  15. would love to use them in my art-journal and mini albums :-)

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  16. I mainly use my washi tape for card making. Thanks for all the fun giveaways!

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  17. Laughed out Loud at your words, Ilene, about the favorite double dots :D

    Awesome cards, ladies, great work.

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    1. Thanks Carin... LOL... it's true!

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  18. Great projects! I would love this washi stash for my card-making!

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  19. I love using washi tape - I use it like ribbon across the page, to cover shapes, as photo corners, little embellishments where ever it is needed. washi is fun and would love to have more of yours!! The projects today are great too!!

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  20. I use washi on all my scrapbook layouts! I love it!!! I would love to win me some Bo Bunny washi!!

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  21. I love washi tape ...it's great for cards, on mini albums, lay outs, tags etc.

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  22. My favorite way to use washi tape is to pleat it just like I do ribbon or a strip of paper!

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  23. Washi is great on cards to ground an image or add background interest. Also great for blending card joins

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  24. Great looking cards!
    I like to use washi tape
    on cards and to edge
    things that I am covering
    with paper.
    Carla from Utah

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  25. I really love the washi tape; give a nice touch!!!

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  26. I have only used Washi tape once, but it was fun to work with.

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  27. I love Washi tape ... think I'm becoming addicted. lol I use it in my cardmaking. Thanks for the chance to win! (And also, I am in love with Ilene's New Year's card - gorgeous!).

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  28. I would use the washi tape on cards or layouts.

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  29. Love washi tape and these designs are gorgeous. I use washi tape on cards and 3D projects.

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  30. I love to use washi tape for the edges of the photos, as flags or banners on a page or card, and as borders, course. Great cards today using the double dot and love all these wonderful giveaways!!

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  31. I would use it on cards and layouts. Thanks for the chance, Johanne Lacombe

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  32. I use a lot of washi tape on my handmade cards. I also use some in my scrapbooks!

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  33. I love using washi tape on layouts, cards, as temporary positioners....well just about everything!

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  34. LOVE the new washi tape....so versatile and moldable and tearable....love it! Cute cards today!

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  35. I am still learning the usage but already loving them!

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  36. Fabulous cards! I love the new washi tape. I would use it on everything; layouts, cards, minis, altered pieces ...

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  37. very cute cards. Love your washi tape. Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  38. I love washi tape! I would use it on layouts and cards.

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  39. Fantastic cards. And such a variety. Love them all.

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  40. Super cool and unique cards!!! I love my washi tape--I only jumped on board with washi tape this year so I have about 6-7 rolls lol....I would love to add to my collection with these pretties! I want to make lots of cards and mixed media projects with washi tapes. Thanks so much for another fun day with Bo Bunny! :)

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  41. Wow! Beautiful cards!!! Especially love the first blue one--love me some blue!!!! Washi tape is awesome on both cards and layouts as an added embelishment. I don't have a lot so would love to win to dabble some more with it!

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  42. I use washi tape to embellish cards and ATCs!

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  43. Gorgeous card! I love washi tape. I would use it layouts and cards. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  44. I use washi on cards mostly, but do occasionally sneak a piece onto my layouts!

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  45. Cute cards! I like that dream big card & the clock card too!

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  46. I love adding Washi tape on my cards, but is so fun to also use it to spiff up some unfinished frames!. Love all the DT's projects!

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  47. Washi tape is so adorable on practically anything, especially on the edges of homemade cards!

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  48. I am so inspired by these cards!

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  49. Lovining all of this inspiration....the colors are amazing, too. I would love some washi to decorate my cards with....thanks so much!!

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  50. Lovining all of this inspiration....the colors are amazing, too. I would love some washi to decorate my cards with....thanks so much!!

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  51. I'm just starting to collect washi tape.....so far I've used it for adding dimension to some Christmas cards. Always looking for more inspiration.

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  52. I have never worked with washi tape....................but will love to try!!!

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  53. DELIGHTFUL cards that inspire!!!
    IF I was the SUPER LUCKY winner of the WONDERFUL Washi Tapes, I would use them to create awesome cards ... of course, I have to confess that I have not used Washi Tape before, so it would be and exciting crafting adventure too - THANK YOU for the chance to win :)

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  54. I would use the washi on my layouts, I love using it for an easy splash of colour! :)

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  55. dont have nor have ever used washi tape,..yet, but love the designs of these!! and fantastic cards!! wow

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  56. So cute! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  57. Awesome cards! Love the washi tape - I use it on just about everything!

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  59. Nice cards! I hope to win some washi tape too!!

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  60. Lovely prize...love the alarm clock card too.

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  61. Love the ripped look of the first two cards! And such a cute snow man layout!

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  62. I love using washi on my cards for that final touch! Great cards, TFS!

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