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August 25, 2012


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Margaret Knoops

Wow! That's a interesting technique Ros - I must try that one! I prefer Version 2 of your card - the "8" just sets it off!

Sue Madex

Love your bright happy card - it has put me in a nice spring is in the air mood. I like the one with the 8 too I think. Love the inside. Nifty trick with creating your own washi tape.

Kathryn Ruddick

Lovely cards Ros. I have never heard of Washi tape before but I love how you've used the strips of printed papers on your cards. The "magic tape" you use doesn't sound like the one I buy - I can't imagine the backing rubbing off - I'll have to give it a go!!! Thanks for the instructions.

Alisha Watson

Love your cards Ros, love the bright happy colours, TFS

Christine Blain

Cute! Love that happy new paper, and what you've done with it, Ros. The card with the "8" is my favourite too.

Chris Henderson

Wow...the things you learn on blog hops! Thanks for sharing, Ros ...will definitely try this out... it looks great!


I've seen washi tape around but didn't know what it was - so magic tape is like sellotape is it? it looks great and would be a good addition on scrapbooking pages too - far too clever :) I like the send card too!

Tina Gillespie

Very clever technique, and gorgeous cards!


Great. Interesting technique. Like the idea of using up some of my scraps! I like the second card better too. TFS.

Rachel Palmieri

I like the second card too, it needed a darker accent like the #8 or a flower. I'm still a bit mystified by your technique. I haven't heard of magic tape OR washi tape, but it looks good on your cards. TFS

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