unique flowers created using the Pressed Petals Washi Tape by Leonie Schroder Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Australia

Good Morning! Now I’m wondering what cool new things you have spied in the new Annual Catalogue? Have you noticed the Pressed Petals Washi Tape yet?

Pressed Petals Washi Tape

I do love pretty washi tape but these Washi’s are so unique as I havent seen any like this before. One roll has a vintage type tape but the other is a roll of individual petals! The other roll has 1″ petals and 29″ long – approximately 100 petals in total.

These little petals are perfect for making flowers to decorate your projects with …

This card was made using the Woven Heirlooms Stamp Set for the sentiment. It lends perfectly to the sweet flowers. I’ve created a single row of 5 petals for this flower.

You can also position them closer together for a fuller flower …

This card is the same layout as before just with a few more layers to bring the Rich Razzleberry through. It makes a lovely sympathy card. The flower on this second card uses 8 petals.

Pressed Petals Washi Tape tips …

Here’s some tips to help you when using this Washi Tape …

  • punch out a small circle of cardstock to attach your petals to when creating your flowers. It makes it easier to work with than having the sticky washi tape backing
  • use your embossing buddy to remove the ‘stick’ from behind the petals so they dont all stick back to your project (unless this is what you want them to do!
  • once your flower is on your project you can still use dimensionals behind the petals so they dont roll up
  • use tweezers to position your petals for perfect placement

I hope you have found these tips useful and that you enjoy creating with the Pressed Petals Washi Tape as much as I have making these sweet cards.

Thanks for stopping by today – I really appreciate you taking the time to visit.

See you latte ..

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