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Washi Tape Cards & Envelopes-Pinkfresh Studio


Good morning crafty friends!


A couple of months ago I was fortunate enough to win the whole months release from Pinkfresh Studio. It included all the new washi tapes, matching stamp set and matching dies. You will recall I made a point of promoting the washi's as a way of gratitude of my winnings. Well, last week I was fortunate again to be a guest designer for Pinkfresh studio in an Instagram hop, which I spoke about in my previous post.


Today, I wanted to share the combination of these winnings and the new mini slimline envelope die that was also being released. I was curious to know how the washi tapes would turned out if I used them with the mini slimline envelope die. Well, they turned out pretty cool actually!


The mini slimline envelope die is the perfect size for one full strip of any given pattern (if you know what I mean?). I love thick cardstock and I die cut the cardstock to the size of one panel. But, as the crease for the back flaps was quite slim, I decided to cut the extra pieces in 80 lb white cardstock, this worked a treat! It's pretty on the other side of the envelope as when sealed, the white contrasts with the top and bottoom of the flaps and the washi florals. As the washi is quite shiny, using pen to address the envelope could be tricky. I have address stickers, which is what I would use if I was going to post the cards.

I love products that are pretty, helpful and make me look a genius carmaker! Hahahah...the washi tapes from Pinkfresh Studio fit perfectly!

I hope I have inspired you to try one of them and have some fun.

Bye for now




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