A handmade Christmas – cards

I have a weakness. A weakness for Washi Tape.

52 crafts in 52 weeks - Washi tape
I’m not very good at making anything with the beauties I collect; I just gaze at them adoringly. However when I needed an easy Christmas card design, one that I could do after bedtime (Emily’s obviously), during naps and even in the time Emily was willing to sit next to me “helping”, I turned to my treasured tapes.

52 crafts in 52 weeks - washi tape Christmas Tree cards
I used three different tapes for each card. I just cut pieces of different lengths; stuck them to plain white cards; and finally topped the trees off by punching a star shape.

52 crafts in 52 weeks - washi tape Christmas cards

These could not be easier to make. Now I just have to actually write and mail them. England, you might get them by the New Year if you’re lucky!

52 crafts in 52 weeks - Washi tape Christmas card


4 Responses to “A handmade Christmas – cards”

  1. 1 Shawn Stephenson Schumacher November 29, 2012 at 12:52 am

    I did not realize you are still blogging! I have been wanting to get some Washi tape and make my own cards!!!! Yeah you just made me buy some!

  2. 2 popsiclesandpinatas November 29, 2012 at 1:00 am

    These are great! I really like the punch out for the star! :)


  3. 4 Charlotte hargis January 2, 2017 at 7:00 am

    I nade some love it. Where was washi tape my whole life

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