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Welcome to the blog of Jane Hignite, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Washing on the Board (Chipboard, That Is)


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I loved this project. I designed it for my stampers this month for our Wickedly Wild About Washi Tape Stamp Camp.

Washi Tape Ideas-Door Hanging

First off, we did the direct to paper (in this case, chipboard) technique with Wisteria Wonder.  Then we embossed the image from the Toil & Trouble stamp set in black.  Added some washi tape, punched a hole and put in ribbon, and added a little sparkly skull and crossbones at the bottom.  A perfectly fun and simple 3D item to hang on a door, cabinet, or Halloween tree!

This image is a quote from a famous William Shakespeare play.  I’ve got a stack of 10 pieces of rectangle chipboard that will be delivered to the first stamper who correctly names the play this quote is from.  Please leave a comment below with your name and the play.  (Comments are moderated, but are timed so I’ll know who is the first one.)

 

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Oct 20, 2013 - 08:10:42
Kellie Becker said:

Is is Macbeth Act IV the second witch?

Oct 26, 2013 - 10:10:59
Joan Krebs said:

This stamp is based in the play “Macbeth” – I admit to searching to double check my answer! 🙂