Thursday, September 27, 2018

Altenew September 2018 Washi Tape Release Blog Hop


WOO HOOO! Happy dancing with the entire September 2018 Release Washi Tape Release! Feeling privileged to be on the Altenew September 2018 Washi Tape Release Blog Hop Roster and having a chance to create with some of the goodies:))
****If you are hopping along from the beginning, you should be arriving from the ever clever, and Most talented, Norine Borys' blog.

Here is a card I made mostly from Washi Tapes, before venturing to other mixed media projects!





Check out my video showing the creation of the card, start to finish:) You can watch the video below or in HD at my YouTube Channel.



                                   
Altenew Washi Tapes used:
Galaxy Washi Tape
Gilded Ombre Washi Tape
Glitter Flurries Washi Tape

Signature HELLO die cut from gold paper.
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All the washi tapes are BEAUTIFUL and can make anything look amazing!
So I couldn't help but add Gilded Ombre Washi Tape to my 
Plain Jane tape dispenser and fussy cut a few Glitter Flurries blooms to adorn my WaterColor 36 pan set.

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To make finding all my Crisp ink mini cubes easier, I added Washi tape around the edges of the storage case. Each case holds the corresponding color palette of cubes:))

WASHI on EVERYTHING!!
  
Yes, even on a water-bottle!
The Mandala Die set, cut from Watercolor Nebula Washi Tape, really dresses up this otherwise boring steel water bottle.
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I then moved on to stitching my own hand-bound notebook covered with Watercolor Nebula Washi Tape. It's such a happy place to keep my STITCHING project ideas tucked inside:) 
I even taped up a few paperclips for added FUN!


The washi taped cover is Heat embossed in gold using the Floral Art stamp set and then I stitched just a the simple sew in love, from Oval Embroidery Hoop die set.


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And for one final project celebrating the new Washi Tape release and my Grand-daughter:


The Party Banner & Pocket Banner Dies are so festive  cut from # 110 cardstock and covered in washi, then embellished with Mega Alpha dies, also washi taped.

 The tiny ribbon tags on each side of the Pocket banners are washi tapes folded over onto themselves. Then stapled together and clipped on with micro clothes pins:)



Here is the list of all washi tapes used in this FUN bunting project.
Washi tapes used for the banner:
Painted Fantasy Washi Tape
Washi Used to cover Mega Alpha Dies:
Red Ombre Washi Tape
Washi used to make tiny ribbon tags:
Swirlies in Pink Washi Tape
Leaf Washi Tape
Gold Glitter Tape

I hope you enjoyed all of my projects shared today! Let me know what you would create with the new Washi Tape release. Leave me a comment below:)

Prizes:
To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to six lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog for a chance to win. Three winners will be announced on the Card Blog, and other three winners will be announced on the Scrapbook Blog on 10/6/2018.

Additional Giveaway:
I will draw a winner to receive a $30 gift certificate from comments left on this post! Thank you Altenew for generously sponsoring this giveaway:) I will post the winner right here, after 10/3/2018.

The winner from comments left on this post is:

YAY! Washi on everything, I love it!
Beautiful creations LauraJane

Congratulations HELEN, please contact  winner@altenew.com by 10/15/2018 with the subject line Altenew September 2018 Washi Tape Release Blog Hop Winner from LauraJane's Blog.



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92 comments:

  1. One can tell how much you are in love with those washing tapes ;)A varied variety of projects to to showcase them !

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  2. I love the way you used these washi tapes. So creative! :)

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  3. I love that you showcased using the washis in more ways than on cards. I would want to be able to see them every day! Love the mini ink cube boxes covered in Washi! So pretty!

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  4. LOVE all these tapes. My favorite, I think, is the Glitter Flurries. Just because I love purple! Your projects are beautiful. I'm now going to decorate MY boring desk tools!!!

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  5. Thanks for sharing all the other uses for the washi tape. My mind is just reeling with all the places I can use it.

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  6. Great projects. I love all the variety of uses for the washi tapes. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to get them.

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  7. Love these new washi tapes! So versatile. Your cards are fabulous! Love all your creative ideas!

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  8. These washi tapes are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing these beautiful projects.

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  9. Your designs are fantastic Laura Jane! So many wonderful Washi tape colors and designs to chose from! Love the Watercolor Nebula!!!! Thanks for the inspiration and video, it is always appreciated! Have a wonderful day!

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  10. I'll bet Lucy loves that banner! I sure do. I love the first project where you used all the purple hued washi tape. It's my favorite color so I think they are my favorites. But goodness, they are all just beautiful.

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  11. YAY! Washi on everything, I love it!
    Beautiful creations LauraJane

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  12. Such creative and inspiring ways to use those gorgeous washi tapes!

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  13. Laura Jane, these are stunning projects but your flower arranging your video is so
    gorgeously done, it steals the show!!! The water bottle using the doily die with the gorgeous Washi was stunning as well!! Fabulous work!
    @jordanbev5

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  14. I’m so surprised with how well the galaxy background works with florals!

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  15. Give a girl some beautiful washi tape and she will go wild. I love every one of you great ideas. I never thought beyond a paper use but boy did you open my eyes. Christmas gifts here I come.

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  16. WOW! you went all out! Love all the projects and ideas! SERIOUSLY BEAUTIFUL!!!! GREAT JOB!

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  17. Your so talented!! Did an amazing job with these new washi tapes!

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  18. WOW, I love how you decorated your studio with the tapes. So pretty!!!

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  19. wow so many uses for washi tape thanks for sharing these awesome ideas:)

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  20. you have been truly inspired!! Fabulous projects -every one!! Thanks so much for sharing along with the giveaways. Looking forward to trying out the wide tapes especially:)

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  21. Beautiful projects! I love the new washi tapes!

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  22. WOW!! Your card is absolutely GORGEOUS and I love, LOVE all your projects too...especially the tape dispenser and the banner!! I guess washi tape does cover everything!! Guess I better go shopping...thanks for all the inspiration!! :0)

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  23. Your projects are gorgeous! The new tapes are fabulous!

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  24. Beautiful designs! Thank you for sharing!

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  25. Ha Ha! I love how you used your washi tape on everything!! I do that too! Love the water bottle idea!!

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  26. Just love seeing all of the great, unique ways to use the washi! Now I need to washi everything!!!

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  27. Love, love, love all the ways you used washi tapes. Your projects are outstanding and the 3 washi tapes used on the first card is inovative with an awesome outcome.

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  28. You are the washi tape Queen, Laura Jane! Wonderful projects--thank you for sharing your ideas!

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  29. I love it! Washi on everything! Great uses for all of them and the washi tapes are just stunning! Thanks for all the inspiration, I especially love the banner :)

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  30. Oh my!! You have made the best use of all the washitapes!! Fantastic creative projects!! Love each one of your work! <3

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  31. Wow I wouldn’t think to put a galaxy background with flowers but you showed us it works! Thanks for the inspiration

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  32. AMAZING! So many beautiful uses for the new line of washi tape! You gave me some really fun and great ideas for what to try with my tape in the future! Thank you!

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  33. WOW, you really got on a roll with the washi tape - dont blame you as it is stunning. Must admit it is your water bottle that I think is the most stunning - would never have thought to have done that. Might have to try it when I get some of my own tape

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  34. you certainly gave us wonderful ideas on ways to use the washi tapes - and your cards are gorgeous!!

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  35. Your projects are so creative, love that water bottle, so unique and clever use of the washi tape!

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  36. You have a lot of brilliant ideas for this tape. I had thought about using it for my organizers and I see you did too! The possibilities are endless!

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  37. Thanks for the video! It was delightful to watch you work through this design. Love all of your other washi inspired decorations, too!

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  38. Love the new washi tapes. And your inspiration projects are absolutely amazing!

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  39. Love the heat embossed washi...would not have thought it could stand up to the heat. Also love the one combining different tapes. Great inspiration. Such beautiful washi.

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  40. I love your ideas for the non-card projects using washi - very cool!

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  41. Lovely tapes and how you used them.

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  42. Wow you totally Rocked this Washi Project!! Your work is outstanding...
    GJ!!!
    TFS!!!

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  43. These washi tapes are all so amazing. The gold touch on some of them make them elegantly beautiful. These Altenew washi tapes are really unique and I love the way they have been showcased in all your wonderful projects

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  44. Wow! Loved how you used these beautiful washi tapes to decorate EVERYTHING! Looks great.

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  45. I just love all your projects! The card is beautiful and the tape makes all of your accessories look fun and fabulous. I would like to know if you coated the accessories with anything to keep the tape on better.

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    1. Thank you, Annette, for your encouragement and question. I did nothing but wipe the accessories with an alcohol wipe to make sure they were free of lint and oils. These washi tapes from Altenew stick to themselves very nicely, only a clean surface is needed!

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  46. I LOVE the cards and projects! I’ve been trying for some time to find the large washi tape and am SO HAPPY Altenew has them! Thank you!

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  47. Beautiful projects with all of these lovely washi tapes! I especially love your idea for the mini ink pads!

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  48. Beautiful projects! These washi tapes are so beautiful! I'm really inspired to try them!

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  49. Love these new washi tapes. Gorgeous projects.

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  50. Loved seeing all the different uses you found for these new washi tapes. Beautiful results!

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  51. Your cards and projects are all so sweet! Congratulations on your new granddaughter Lucy!

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  52. What beautiful creations you have made with the washi tapes, Laura Jane!

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  53. What a wonderful variety in your creations! These washi tapes are so inspiring!

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  54. Okay...that does it! Why have I NOT been a subscriber to your blog & YT channel??? Every single one of these creations is to die for! I love what you've done with the cards...especially using three different washi's on the first one. And that water bottle??? Yikes...gotta make me one of those...but now I have to buy the die!! The little handmade notebook is adorable. And that banner? So pretty. So...you've got a new fan here :-)

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  55. May I just say... I don't think I want to hop anymore!? I just want to stay here on your blog and keep admiring everything that you made! OH.MY.WORLD! Everything is absolutely amazing. I was already blown away with the first card - I mean, how genius is the way you combined all these different washis!? And then I just kept scrolling and scrolling and... WOW... I need a break now, haha!

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  56. Who knew you could do such things with washi! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  57. I was hoping someone would do this. I picture this washi tape on so many things! Love all of your projects. I love the combinations on your card!

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  58. Oh my, I would never have thought to use Washi tape on so many things! If I had some I would be boring and use it on cards, but maybe with your inspiration I could expand my horizons.

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  59. Wow! You really went all out. Your card is fabulous and all the other projects are wonderful. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  60. Wow! I love all the ways you used the new washi tapes! They are so fun :)

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  61. My word, you've been working your fingers to the bone! All of your examples are stunning. I love how you embellished your boxes with washi, made cards, made banners and fancied up a water bottle. Thanks for all the inspiration! You are terrific!

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  62. Laura Jane you are so imaginative... love all of your projects. I think these tapes will be a great addition to my crafting and card making arsenal. You definitely have me thinking...

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  63. Wow, what a-ma-zing project! These washi tapes are so gorgeous and you have showcased them so beautifully.

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  64. Fantastic idea to color code the
    storage boxes. So many great
    projects. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. I was so pleasantly surprised when I saw your combination of Glitter Flurries and Galaxy! It looks AMAZING! And then, as I kept reading, project after project of wash goodness! WOW! I loved your ideas of adding letters to the banners, so pretty! Also, I would use the wash to decorate some of these little boxes that I have! That is an AWESOME idea!

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  66. Such beautiful projects to have done with the gorgeous new tapes, is there anything left without tape now or your family to worried to go to sleep just in case you decorate them pretty with fab patterns in their bedsbeds. Some inspiring ideas thank you.

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  67. Love your wonderful projects that you created with the washi tapes!
    Thanks so much for sharing..

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  68. WOW! Love every single project! Amazing ways to use the new washi tape. Your banner is adorable!

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  69. These projects are beautiful! My mind is racing! Need to get some washi tape!

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  70. I love all the ways you showcased the washi tape - so many great ideas!

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  71. Oh wow... washi tape is so versatile! I love how you dressed up your stationery items.

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  72. I love all the projects you created with these Washi Tapes! There really is a tape for any occasion and I love them all.

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  73. Oh my goodness! What a lot of wonderful ideas!! Love it!

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  74. Love all these creations. Every one of them is stunning and amazing. But the card is an extra amazing.

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  75. So many lovely projects using the washi tapes!

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  76. Oh my goodness!! SO many great, amazing uses for this gorgeous washi tape.....love that you shared all of this. The ideas are flowing!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  77. Wonderful projects. The first card is exquisite. Love the way you used two washi tapes from this gorgeous release.

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  78. Altenew has done it again! Another stunning release in the books!

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  79. how fun! luv the first mash-up with a few different designs of washi. but did you washi the potty too?

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  80. Love the creative ways you have used washi tape! I may give some of them a try.

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  81. This post made my day! I love your enthusiasm for washi - my mom uses washi on so many things too and this really reminds me of her. The idea to use the washi as a colour guide for the tin boxes is so clever!

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  82. What must it be like to live in your brain? It seems like creativity comes out of every pore all the time. And it's really good to know the sticking power of this washi. I have been victim to cheap washis that do not want to stay stuck, but these (as I would expect of Altenew) look more durable. I'd be interested to see a follow up of your water bottle in particular, because of the water that it will have to contend with and the intricate die cut. Thanks for sharing all your creativity with us!

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    1. Thank you Annalisa! The water bottle needed a coat of Modpodge or some other sealer to help contend with constant use and contact with water. Thanks for asking!

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  83. Wow! You really went to town, I can imagine its hard to stop going ince you get started with these beautiful designs lol. Love all the projects you created

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  84. Oh wow.. I can see myself doing the same thing with these gorgeous tapes... Washi on everything!!

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  85. Love how you decorated your storage tins. Cleaver idea. TFS

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  86. Love your wonderful and creative ideas. The banner is fabulous.

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  87. YOU went to town!! What amazing projects! These are so beautiful and fun!

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