Let’s try DIY washi using the Feels Like Home stamp set. This is a fun paper craft project that uses the smaller stamps in the set.
What is washi? It’s tape that’s decorated or printed with designs, made out of masking tape. They are purely decorative and used in bullet journals, scrapbook pages, card making, gift wrapping etc.
For this project, you will need adhesive or sticker sheets. While not the same as masking tape material, I find that this is the best alternative so our inks stick to the paper and not smear all over the place.
I like using A4 adhesive sheets for this because I can make a lot of strips in any size. I also recommend cutting the strips first before stamping. Once you have a set size it’s easier to stamp your images. You’ll know exactly where to position your stamps.
Here’s a video to help you:
It’s a really fun way to use the smaller stamp images in the Feels Like Home stamp set. This set is a freebie during Sale-a-bration starting this coming August. There is a qualifying order amount of $90 to enjoy freebies such as this one.
Here’s a list of materials to help you with your DIY washi:
- Feels Like Home stamp set (Sale-a-bration product, available starting August, limited time only)
- Soft Succulent Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Evening Evergreen Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Early Espresso Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Paper Trimmer
- Stampin’ Scrub
- Clear Block B
- Clear Block C
- Stampin’ Pierce Mat
I hope that you enjoyed this technique and that you’ll give it a go. Find other ways to use what you’ve made and experiment with your other stamp sets.
Happy paper crafting!