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Make an Encouraging Greeting Card

I have a friend going through a rough spot after surgery and I created this card to send to her for encouragement. I love the color activity. It came together really easily and this technique is applicable to a variety of different rolls of washi tape so it will make different themed cards.


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Line the strips of washi tape up on the card.


TIP: cut off the excess washi tape and collage it together on a separate piece of card stock to use on a later project.
Don't waste anything!


Adhere the washi tape sentiment to card stock


After cutting out the sentiment, glue it to the Rinea foiled paper.


Trim out the Rinea foiled paper.


Die cut the bow from Rinea foiled paper. The paper is colored brown on one side and gold on the other.


Choose which color you want for each piece.


Glue the die cut bow pieces together by the center of the bow only.


Glue the sentiment piece and place it on the card.


Glue the die cut bow and place it on the card.
When the glue is dry you can manipulate the top layer of the bow to add some dimension to your card.
I also added a drop of Stickles in gold to the center of the bow.


I like to coordinate the inside of the card with the front of the card. My tube of washi tape had another roll with text that coordinated.


I used some washi tape on the envelope as well.


I want to thank Rinea, Cricut, and ScraPerfect for providing some of the materials that were used in this post. 

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