Washi Tape Cards
I have had this Washi Tape for some time and I have never really known what to do with it. I am so used to using scraps of paper when I make cards that it never occurred to me that I could make a card out of tape! A quick Google search revealed to me that the possibilities are endless and I was inspired to give the tape a try. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to use! All I needed was an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of white cardstock, folded in half to create my card base, the tape and a pair of scissors. Depending on how I applied the tape, I didn't even need the scissors! Oh...my...goodness! So easy! I added some paper flowers and various brads but those are optional embellishments. The cards would have looked fine without them. I will definitely be using more of my Washi Tape in the future!
Go to shotbox.me to learn more about the SHOTBOX.
Photo shot with SHOTBOX and my Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone.
Below you can see the setup inside the box. I used a grey, vinyl tile for the base and an SB Prints panel from the Grunge collection for the background. I forgot that the anti-glare shields were still attached to the upper lighting portion of the SHOTBOX until saw the way that the light was hitting my background. I took some shots with and without the shields and I actually preferred the pictures with the shields. I'll have to show the comparison between the two pictures in another post.