First, I scored every inch and then added a rainbow of washi in between. I die cut a sentiment and then popped it up on green fun foam for a little pop of color. ____________________________________________
I created a fun little scene with this next card....
I used an MFT set called springtime critters and added in a frog and sentiment. I used some white twine and crated a washi banner for the background. It was super easy to make by simply folding the washi over the twine and then cutting banner ends on each. I paired it with a fun, bright yellow envelope.
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Hi there friends! Laurie Schmidlin here with you today, sharing a couple of cards featuring Queen & Co's fabulous Glitter Washi Tape! I love to add sparkle to my creations, but don't always love the hassle of dealing with stray glitter all over the place. The fabulous thing about Glitter Washi Tape is that non of the sparkle comes off! Add that to being absolutely gorgeous and easy to use and you have something as close to perfection as it gets!
My first card features the Skinny Glitter Washi Tape. Of course I had to line those pretty colors up in ROYGBIV order! I love that they are sticky enough to stay on a project once added, but not so overly so that you can't pick it up and move it if needed. I used patterned paper, foam, and heart die from the Heart Throb Kit. I sprinkled on a few Petite Posies and a Wallflower for embellishment.
My next card features the Red Dot Glitter Tape. I created a simple background by adding the washi tape to strips of cardstock. I did this so I could manipulate the strips into just the right spot easier. The focal image is a die cut heart and sentiment created with dies from the Heart Throb Kit. I embellished with a White Iridescent Flower and some twine from the Twine Assortment.
Hey Queen and Co. fans! Rebecca here! If you like washi tape then you will LOVE Queen and Co. Washi Tapes. They seem thicker than most washi, but act the same way in that you can tear them, cut them, die cut them and more!
For this card, I used the Candles Foam Front Coordinating Die to cut out candles and flames. I did this by laying strips of wash on cardstock and then running it through my die cut machine. I also created the diagonal patterned paper matte by laying down washi strips next to each other.
For the second card, I took advantage of the fact that you can tear washi. I laid a rainbow of strips of torn edge washi on my card panel. Next, I created a shaped shaker using the Heart Throb kit heart foam shape and die. I covered some cardstock with purple washi and ran it through my die cut machine to use as the base and frame for the shaker.
Hey there! It's Laurie Willison here with a couple of cards to share today. If you are like me, you have a whole drawer full of gorgeous washi! I am slightly addicted and it is just so much fun to use. Queen and Company has a bunch of the most beautiful glitter washi's and I love using it on cards.
For this first card, I used it to make the sentiment pop!
I lined the Pink Striped Glitter Tape on cardstock and then took this Simon Says die and die cut the sentiment, leaving a super fun, glittery sentiment. I layered it up on the gray card base with vellum, to create a fun look. I added some white Queen and Company Iridescent Pearls to finish of the card front. __________________________________________
I die cut the foam front die twice to give a little dimension after lining up the Blue Dot Glitter Tape on the card base. To finish off this CAS card, I die cut the "hello" 5 times and stacked them up for a 3D sentiment. Super simple!
That is all for today! Hope you like my CAS creations! Stay tuned for more glitter washi creations....have a great day! :)
Hi everyone! Jen Chapin here today, and I am sharing a scrapbook page with you using some of the awesome Queen & Company washi tape. My daughter is so into makeup lately, and while we were at the store the other day I snapped this picture of her picking some out. I decided to change it to black and white for this page.
I started out with a piece of white cardstock that was a little smaller than 8.5x11. Using pink, purple and blue washi tape, I created a mat in the middle of the page. I ripped some of the washi before putting it down for a bit of visual interest.
Next, I used some watercolors to jazz up the white a bit. After I applied it, I wiped the washi clean and layered on my photo. I used a few of the foam hearts from the Heart Throb kit to embellish the layout, as well as some of the pink heart sequins.
To finish up the layout, I added a title and some journaling. That's it! I hope you will try this type of washi technique on one of your scrapbooking pages! It's a great way to add color and pattern to your project.
On my first card I used Gold Dot, Yellow Skinny and Green Lines Glitter Tape to die-cut partial shapes. I first applied strips of each tape to white card stock to form color blocks of each, carefully aligning the edges so that no white would show in between strips. It was quite easy to align the edges and even match the partial circles on the Gold Dot tape.
Once the tape was applied to the white card stock, I simply die-cut the shapes as usual. I slipped the pineapple pieces into the black outline and attached the sun to the top. (Stamps and dies from Paper Smooches.)
I used the same technique as noted above. I applied several strips of Silver Skinny tape to white card stock then used a die to cut the tiny stars. I used one of the smaller hearts from Hearts Foam Front die to cut the heart dangling from the branch.
I also used the glitter tape in a more traditional fashion, applying a strip down the side, partially hidden by the Heart Throb patterned paper, giving the appearance of a thinner strip of sparkle. (Stars, branch and owl dies by Taylored Expressions, available April 6th. Sentiment die by Paper Smooches.)
Hello all! I'm excited to join you today with a couple of cards created using the fabulous Queen & Company Washi Tape.
For my first card, I created a background using an assortment of Polka Dot Washi Tape, adhering them across a block of white cardstock. I then used the heart die from the Heart Throb kit to cut a window from the center of my background. Next I attached strips of Sparkle String across the centers of each washi strip, tying a bow on the right. I added a couple of coorindating Wallflowers to embellish here and there.
To finish my card, I attached a foam heart from the Heart Throb Kit over the center of my heart window and embellished with a stamped sentiment and White Rivets to finish. _________________________________________
I used the Heart Throb Kit again on my second card, creating a Washi Tape background inside my Heart Shaker. I used an assortment of Washi Tape including Polka Dot, Stripe, and Floral. I attached a stamped tag to the front of my card using Twine and a sweet Pink Button.
Across the bottom of my card I used a word die from the Heart Throb Kit and Music Note Washi Tape to create a bold sentiment. I simply layered strips of the washi tape on a block of white cardstock and then used the metal die to cut my word.
I finished by embellishing with tiny, Pink Sparklers. Such a fun card to make and washi tape makes creating so unique and colorful!
Good Morning! Mary-Ann Maldonado here today to share two fun Foam Front Layouts with you. For my first layout, I used the Waves Foam Front Shaker Set. Each set of Foam in the Queen Shop, can be paired with an appropriate die. This helps cover the foam front perfectly with fun papers. I used watercolor paper for this layout. I started by dropping paint droplets from high above to get the splatter of water look. Be careful or your clothes will be covered! I know! I also used watercolor for the front of the foam die. I dropped paint on a silicone mat and smeared my paper through it for mixed colors and also for the left over waves too. Then I carefully dropped splatters on those as well. Each layer of my shaker was filled with different toppings to create an ombre effect. Closer to the surface of the ocean is lighter, right?
I then randomly placed Iridescent Pearls, Opals, Pinwheels and Rivets.
As you can see, the Foam Front Sets can be used with any of your favorite papers, embellishments and topics out there! Have fun and go crazy!
For my second layout, I wanted to show you how fun the Foam Fronts are with lots of patterned papers. That they can really be used with just about anything you want.
I topped the Solo Heart Foam Front with a delicate patterned paper and filled it with Pearlies, Fun Fimos, Pops and even a couple Lollies. I used the heart die from the Heart Throb kit to cut a black out line of the heart to help it stand out a bit more.
Leaving the patterned paper behind the shaker filled with various Toppings is kinda fun!
Hi everyone! Jen Chapin here, and today I am sharing a couple colorful layout with you. My first, is a pink layout! I had fun creating this layout to document a photo of my daughter at three years old. The colors coordinated perfectly with her outfit.
I started this layout with a 12x12 sheet of white cardstock that I had ran through my die cut machine and cut some wonky circles. I then backed it with a piece of magenta cardstock, and used some of the Queen & Company 6x6 paper pads to peek through the negative spaces.
I was excited to use some of the butterfly pop-ups on this layout, along with a few of the pink toppings. I used black to outline the butterflies in order to provide more contrast to the layout.
I also used a black title to pop against the pink and white, and filled in a few of the negative spaces with pink watercolor. Journaling was typed with one of my vintage typewriters. I had such a great time creating this monochromatic layout.
Here is my next color-coded layout in red. This palette was perfect to document a sweet 4th of July photo from this past year.
I started out with a white die cut and a piece of 8.5x11 white cardstock. I used some of my circle punches to punch out patterned paper from some of the Queen & Company 6x6 paper pads. The scaled down patterns are perfect for use in small die cuts like this.
I also used some red watercolor to fill in a few of the circles for added color. I like the softness and variety that adds. I also embellished with a few embelliushments from Queen and Company, along with some die cut flowers from the Flower Set.
I decided on a black title to pop against the white background and I think it turned out really well! A date stamp and some journaling finished off my page.
Next up is PURPLE!!! Is it just me, or is purple under-represented in scrapbooking products? I love purple and am so excited that Queen and Company has so many options.
Purple always reminds me of Halloween, maybe because it goes so well with orange and black. For this page, I used the square dies and foam pop ups to create some custom embellishments for my layout.
I backed the foam squares with patterned papers from the Simple Stripes and Delightful Dots paper pads. I then added some assorted purple toppings to complete the look.
To mat my photo, I used a bit of orange polka dot washi tape for some added contrast. I love the unique look.
I finished off the page with a black foam title and some journaling. I also added a few black foam hearts and stars over the embellished square windows for added interest. This layout is a fun and simple way to create a grid-inspired page.
Last but certainly not least, I am sharing a rainbow-inspired layout with you using some great Queen & Company washi tapes.
I started my layout with a piece of gray 12x12 cardstock. Using a ruler to ensure my first piece of tape was straight, I started with red and created a mat of tapes in ROYGBIV order.
After my tape was adhered, I placed my photo using some foam adhesive for a bit of added dimension. I then added Queen & Company embellishments, making sure to coordinate colors with what color of washi they were on.
I decided to go with a white title for this page, to make it pop against the bright colors. I also added my favorite type of journaling - strip journaling - below the title.
I also added a heart shaker from the Heart Throb kit next to the title, which was the perfect finishing touch!