Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Project Inspiration with Love My Tapes!

Authentique Paper and Love My Tapes are teaming up over the next couple of days to bring you tons of inspiration using Authentique Paper and Love My Tapes products!
After you check out the projects here on the Authentique Paper blog, be sure to head on over to the Love My Tapes blog to find out what the talented members of their Design Team  have in store for you today!

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Heather Conklin

For my project today, I paired the lovely Washi Tape #838 and the Striped Fabric Tape in red with the Festive Collection to make a pair of cute gift tags. I simply started with a tag that I cut with my Silhouette, then added some fun ribbon, Details stickers and Festive patterned papers until I felt that they were just right. To finish them off, I added little details like red seam binding and white pen faux stitching. 
These little trees are super easy to make, and just take a little bit of practice to fold correctly.
To start, cut a circle of patterned paper in half. For this project, I used the fabric tape on one side. This way, the red striped tape contrasted against the dark green Believe paper.
 
Trim the extra tape from the half-circle.
 
Then fold three times so that it is in the shape of a tree. I don't have any really great tricks for this... Just practice with a spare piece of paper until you get it to work the way you want it to. Different sized circles work differently however.
Stick each fold down with some dimensional or liquid adhesive. Tape runners do not always stick on the fabric tape. Then just decorate the tag with the tree, and add ornaments if you wish!
 
Products Used:
Authentique: Festive: Believe, Yuletide, Details Stickers
Other Products: Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Helmar 450 glue, May Arts Ribbon & Seam Binding, Scrapbook Adhesives dotz, Bazzill cardstock, Silhouette (tags, reindeer), Signo white pen

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Angie Blom

I just love how these washi tape matched the "Original" collection so perfectly.
Using the washi tapes to make the centers for my flowers and also to make a layered flower
for my layout. Just fold your washi tape in less than a half , so you still have some sticky
tape on the bottom. Then roll it in.. squishing the tape together.. add some
fast drying Helmar glue to the bottoms and stick on your flower.
For the actual flower.. fold your washi tape over one another so it is not sticky
anymore.. then fold it in fours, cut petals out.. do the same for the inside of the flower
as mentioned above and glue it all together.


 You will also notice I used some, scalloping the edges to layer
over my lace ribbon.. gives it a translucent look and adds some texture.
In this layout I used some Authentique/ Unity Stamps  for my background, {Key to my Heart}.


Cutting out the already diamond shape quilt pattern from the Original paper " compound" I randomly placed them on my layout using some foam adhesive. I just this paper so much. It is a great way add another paper element to your layouts.

I also used the washi tape to make a long banner going up my layout. Layering the tapes
over each other slightly.


Hope you give this a try, a great way to use your washi tapes and Authentique Papers.
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Loes de Groot


For this challenge in make a combination of three collections from Authentique- Uncommon, Delightful and Peaceful. I had to be creative and get out some older collections because the tapes that I received were pink and black... and of course, I always like to combine a little bit.


I made the banners with the tape. They are very easy to just stick it on your paper! And I also made the rosettes with the tape!




1. just stick the tape on your paper
2. die cut the rosette
3. take a border punch and add to the outside of the rosette to form a border
4. fold the rosette, take quick dry glue and make the rosette

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Be sure to check back every day (Tues-Thurs) for more project inspiration! We have an Authentique Prize Pack to give away to one of our lucky commenters (please leave unique comments!) Also, make sure you stop and visit us as well as our friends over at Love My Tapes for prizes and lots of wonderful inspiration coming your way! Also, make sure you stop by the Love My Tapes Facebook Page and tell them Authentique Paper sent you!
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47 comments:

  1. Love, love the projects and thanks for the quick little tutorials on how to create some of the items!

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  2. It was so weird..I was looking an another card on another blog and wondering if the tree was folded was from a half circle. Then I come to your blog and get the directions. Thank you so much...I am off to fold paper to see if I can make that tree.

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  3. Oh wow...these are gorgeous! Awesome projects ladies!

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  4. amazing projects!!! Authentique is an awesome line! andreaniemeier5@gmail.com

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  5. Thanks for all the tutorials! Very inspiring!

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  6. Amazing use of the Washi Tapes with the Authentique lines!! Love each of your projects!! Authentique and Love My Tapes, definitely make a perfect pair!!

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  7. Great projects - I am definitely trying more punching with my rosettes!

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  8. Gorgeous projects ladies! Love to see how you use the LMT product!

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  9. I really love how the tapes add to a project. The Christmas tree tutorial is fabulous because I've seen it done before but never really knew how to create my own. Love the red fabric tape on the tree~

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  10. Lots of creativity with those tapes ! Simple, clear tutorials, thanks for the tips and inspiration !

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  11. Oh my! Your use of the tape is fabulous. Loved it on the back of the tree and the rosette was adorable, Great job and htanks for the Christmas Tree tutorial, Can't wait to try that onel

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  12. Great projects! Love how everyond incorporated the tapes! Looking forward to seeing the rest of the projects for this week!

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  13. I am in awe of the creativity of the DT! AWESOME!

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  14. Great job DT!!! I have been pretty basic in my use of washi tapes. This is definitely inspiring!

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  15. I love LOVE washi tape. These projects are fantastic. That Christmas tree is super!

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  16. All the projects are fabulous! I love seeing all the different ways to use Washi and fabric tape.

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  17. So much creativity here! Great projects!

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  18. What great ideas for washi and fabric tape ! I love the stuff !

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  19. Lots of great ideas, never taught of using my punches with tapes, thank you for that idea i will do this. I love your tag Heather, i just loooove it !

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  20. Love all of these ways to use washi tape--I am having so much fun using it! Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Very creative ways to use tape on these projects. Love the trees on the tags, the flowers and the rosettes on the layouts.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  22. I LOVE the washi rosette flowers! I have never thought to do something like that and the results are beautiful! All of the projects were amazing, thank you!
    Lisa

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  23. Oh how I love the layers! What wonderful papers you used! I have loved your papers since I saw them for the first time...sharon dot gullikson at gmail dot com

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  24. Great projects today! Thanks for all the inspiration and tutorials! I love the quality of your papers, keep up the great work!

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  25. I love washi tape! Can't get enough of it. Love all the
    great ideas on how to use it.
    Carla from Utah

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  26. I absolutely fell in love with the beautiful rosette using the tape! I haven't seen that technique yet, so I'll be sure to try it, although I don't think I'll do it justice.

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  27. Wow! Awesome projects. Thanks for the tip on the folded half circle tree, I'll definetelly try that, and thanks for the chance to win.

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  28. Wow! I am so excited to see all of the cool things that can be done with this tape! The tree on Heather's tag is amazing. The pumpkin!! The cone Halloween wall hanging!! The treat tubes!! Oh my, all so wonderful. Thank you so much for the inspiration and chance to win!

    Judy
    mygreenapple@aol.com

    PS. I am now a proud follower of ALL!

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  29. OMG1
    I LOVE the tree on the tags!---How cool is that!

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  30. I love the raised diamond shapes on the layout that Angie used! Looks awesome.

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  31. Lovely projects! LOVE the trees on the tags. I've seen these before but the bold difference in the 2 sides of the paper makes these particular ones stunning!

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  32. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all of the beautiful layers and lace! Especially love Janeen's mustachio! (Thanks for the chance to win free stuff to feed my papercrafting addiction!)

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  33. Never knew that tape could be sooo versatile. Wow! AnnieS.

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  34. Gorgeous projects. I love to add lots of layers to my cards but hate to use to much glue. This tape is wonderful.

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  35. I love those trees - I did one once - thanks for reminding me of them - still have cards to make for this year. Love how you used the tape on the back of your tree half circle.

    Barb Housner

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  36. Authentique papers and tapes together, it does not get any better than that!

    enjoy *~*

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  37. Fabulous to have these wonderful projects and info about how to make them all in one place!!! I absolutely need to try making a Christmas tree like that, those diamonds and a rosette like that!!! TFS!

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  38. Love all 3 projects and thanks for the tutorials so we can add some of these fun things to our own projects!

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  39. The folded tree is an interesting idea.

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  40. Super fab projects and great use of both company's products!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  41. love the tag, thank you for including the quick pic tutorial for the tree. wonderful textures and dimension on Angie layout, really like it. and Loes's layout is wonderful with its color combo and uses of the tapes. thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

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  42. Thanks for sharing this post with us...its really very informative....Super Glue or Cyanoacrylate.

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