Friday, August 23, 2013

Washi Tape Give-A-Way!

 
Over the last couple weeks I've been sharing some fun ways to incorporate washi tape into your cards.  I hope you've enjoyed the art work even if you're not into washi tape.
 
 
Today I wanted to give away a few sets of tape so you can give it a try for yourself.
I've got a set of tape used on the Steampunk cards; 2 different sets of tape from yesterdays clean and simple cards (one with the poppies and another set with the birds on a wire) and a set of postal themed tape from the Miss You Postal Art Tag on Monday.

 
To be entered to win one of these sets of tape is to simply post a comment on this or one of the washi tape posts from the last 2 weeks.    If you already commented on one of the previous posts you're already automatically entered but you can post here as well for an extra entry!!
 
You will have until 9-1-13 to post a comment to be entered to win!
 
Good Luck Everyone!

65 comments:

  1. WoWza - they look really cool :-) I like the look of the one that looks like a ruler :-D I don't actually have any but managed to salvage 3 little strips someone sent me on some packaging recently (but they're real small !!)
    I love what you've been doing with yours - brilliant :-)
    Thank you for the chance to go into the draw.
    Hugz
    IKE xxxxxxxx

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  2. Thanks Roni - appreciate you sharing all of your great ideas with us - can always count on you for unique fun ways to do things!
    Sandra ltb

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  3. I love washi tape, and could do with an expansion of my assortment, lol

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  4. I've resisted washi tape for far too long. Want to play!

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  5. Washi tape is a fun and inexpensive way to dress up any card, tag or project! I only have black & white (basically Tim Holtz) rolls so would love to win some with color already on them! Thank you for the opportunity...I follow your blog and always find inspiration from your posts.

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  6. Such a kewl prize I have a couple rolls of washi and am becomin a fan thank you for the chance :) LOVE ALL THOSE postal ones tooo kewl hugs Nikki

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  7. What a fabulous selection of washi tapes - and the things you do with them are amazing.

    I have been playing 'catch up' as have been AWOL with a poorly husband. He's on the mend now, so I can get back to visiting

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  8. Hi Roni -

    These are fabulous and you are so generous. I really enjoyed your post yesterday with the clean and simple cards. On the way home from the office yesterday I stopped in Michaels and I happened to walk by the clearance area. And there was 1 roll of washi tape for 99 cents. It was cream with black script on it, you know I bought it - LOL! So know I will experiment with it (its the only roll I have). Thanks for the chance to win more.

    Elaine Allen

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  9. TFS your creative ideas and thanks for the generous Giveaway.
    Who wouldn't like using Washi Tape? It upgrades every artwork.
    Dorly Weitzen

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  10. Love the idea of using the Washi Tape for Iris Folding...can't wait to try it...thanks also for giving us the chance to win :)

    Kay

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  11. Haven't tried washi tape yet. I'm on a DT for a stamp co. that has a lot of iris fold stamps. I think you idea of using washi tape for iris folding is brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I like the idea of using it with a die cutter. Great job on all the cards you made. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  13. Who doesn't want more washi! Pick me please!

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  14. Your washi tape collection and what all you have done with them have inspired me to use them on card fronts in various ways. Up until now I've only used them to decorate the envies and the inside page of the cards. Thanks!

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  15. I don't understand your post... there are people who are not into washi tape? Seriously - how could that possibly be???

    I love your washi cards! They are simply gorgeous!!!

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  16. I really like the clean and simple approach, of course they were all fun....

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  17. Hi Roni, really been enjoying all the ways you have been using this tape. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance for happy mail.

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  18. I've done lots of Iris Folding cards but never thought about using washi! Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win.

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  19. What a fun prize!! I just love washi tape!! it's soooo versatile and fun!

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  20. It has been great spending some time here on your blog- I have really enjoyed your washi series!

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  21. I've never used washi tape, but wondered what the fuss was about. Then I see so many just use it to position things in place to cut - seems like a huge waste to me.

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  22. Roni, until I saw your Washi tape projects, all that I ever did with the tape was to use it as a border trim...what a waste of tape! You have in your usual Roni fashion, helped to get my creative wheels turning and looking at my tape with a whole new perspective. Thanks my friend!

    Wishing you and your hubby every joy and blessing on your special Anniversay Day!

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  23. I love your washi tape projects and would LOVE to expand my tiny stash of tape - especially love the birds and the rulers :) Thank you for being so generous with your art and your products :)

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  24. I've only just discovered washi tape so I'd love to expand my collection - of two!!

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  25. I was so skeptical about this washi tapes, but when I saw your products and ideas...yummy..., I must try it...;)

    Thanks for this opportunity. :)

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  26. you definitely made me want and get me some more washitape, I love what you did with them!

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  27. How fun! Thank You for the chance to win. I love the bird card!!!

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  28. Roni, love what you did with the washi tape and the tags. I've covered quite a few just this week.
    Thanks for the chance to win! Love washi tape.
    Diane
    dmd@dainis.com

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  29. Thank you for showing me different ways to use my washi tape, like the iris folding. I never would have thought of that. I love the postal tag also! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  30. Thanks so much for the ideas as I have a Washi tape challenge and the chance to try me some too... :D

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  31. Thanks for the ideas on using washi tape...it wasn't something I was that enthused about UNTIL you showed your "take" on how to use them! LOL now, I'm gonna have to get some ton play with!

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  32. luv the inspiration you have been posting with the washi tape, especially cards. i have a couple of rolls and have tried using it to make a few cards, quick and super neat results, thank you

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  33. I love what you have been doing with washi tape and look forward to seeing what more you come up with. Thank you for your give away. Much appreciated.

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  34. I was working on an iris folding project when I saw your's using washi tape. Can't wait to try it. Kaye

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  35. I'm always amazed at your creative output--so many great ideas. Loved the washi tape series.

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  36. washi tape is so versatile. It is so hard to pick one or two rolls when they are all cut. Would love to play with some. thanks

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  37. Roni~ I have just started to play with the washi tape...it is so much fun, I loved the different ways you showed us how to incorporate them, from little tiny pieces, to large simple strips. Thanks for inspiring us, and thanks for the chance to win...drooling over that steampunk set lol, I hadn't seen that one before. :)

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  38. I love your washi tape cards as well - I would not to have thought to use it for iris folding !!

    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY !!!!!

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  39. Who wouldn't want to win some washi tape. thanks for all the ideas you have shared.
    Aloha, Kate

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  40. I don't have much washi tape, but I really like the colors you show in the photo. Thanks for the chance to win some. And thanks for the ideas you've shared for using washi tape.

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  41. Love all your projects, thanks for sharing all your beautiful work

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  42. Very cool designs. The washi tape seems pretty fun and there are so many ways to use it. Thanks for the opportunity to win some.

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  43. I never saw much in the tapes that everyone was doing cartwheels over. Your cards have me wanting to play with them now!

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  44. Wow! What cool tape! I don't have any so this would be fab to win! Your washi tape projects have been wonderful inspiration. Thanks as always for your generosity. hugs

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  45. Lots of wonderful tape designs sparking a lot of creative ideas for projects!

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  46. What a fun batch of washi! I have been loving all your washi tape cards because although I love the look of the washi, I really didn't know how to use it! Thanks for inspiring and educating us Roni

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  47. Thanks so much for the chance to win! I love what you've done with washi tape. I'm going to have to get some soon!

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  48. I have used Washi tape once and loved it. Don't own any yet and would have a blast with this stuff!

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  49. Thanks for sharing. You have given me great ideas on how to use this tape. I had bought some but was unsure of what to do with it..now I have the perfect project to do. Thank you for inspiring me.

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  50. Thanks for sharing. You have given me great ideas on how to use this tape. I had bought some but was unsure of what to do with it..now I have the perfect project to do. Thank you for inspiring me.

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  51. You can do so much with washi tape. I love seeing all your ideas and how you use it.

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  52. I have enjoyed seeing your washi tape creations!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  53. The washi tape ideas are fabulous. I haven't gotten into washi tape because I don't own any. But if I were to win, I'd have no excuses. I especially like the steampunk cards you made and the postal (man) tag. They are fantastic and so clever.

    BTW, happy belated anniversary.

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  54. Yes, enter me! I guess I will have to invest in some of these tapes. I do have a couple of Tim Holtz's tapes. Very pretty.

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  55. Love washi tape and your projects are very creative. Sure wouldn't mind winning some new designs. Thanks.

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  56. I love your washi tape projects. Thank you for the opportunity to win a set!

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  57. I really enjoy the bright colors of washi tape...but not always sure how to use them in a card...I like your collage idea. I'd love to win the washi tape so much. Thanks for the chance to win and share some ideas. Your ideas inspire me and many othes.

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  58. You've got a great assortment to washi tapes, Roni! Thanks for your generosity in sharing some with us!

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  59. Washi tape is such fun!! Thanks for sharing your ideas! Love what can be done it...almost any thing!!

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  60. This has been a great series and a lovely idea for a giveaway. Thanks.

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  61. POPPY WASHI TAPE!?!?! swoon...
    Please sign me up!

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  62. I have not yet got any washi tape, but you have inspired me to pick some up this weekend when I go to town. Your projects are fabulous! Thank you for sharing your talent with the world.

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  63. i have loved all your projects,I don't have any Washi tape (as yet)but you have inspired me to get some! Cheers from New Zealand!
    Val Steele

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  64. I love washi and all the packs that you are put up with, are simply lovely! Thanks for the generosity!

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  65. Just love your cards and the chance to win some of the tape. I just love the one with the birds on it. :)

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Thanks for your thoughts and comments!