SDC278 - Use tape

Stampotique card use tape

This is the second week of the "Use Tape" challenge over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge blog. You can use any type of tape in your project and I have made this card to share with you. For tape I used my new Jane Davenport masking tape from the fantastical set. I thought the mermaids would go so well together with the images from the mini sea life cube, which is a new release this month. The words, "dreamy, wishful, lovely, magical" are also from the tape set and I believe they do represent Stampotique Originals rubber stamps very well :) The center word is from Hashtags and I have also used Texture cube in my background (I nearly always use this stamp, it's so wonderful!).

Stampotique card use tape
A close up of the card.  The sea life is stamped on smooth marker paper and colored with alcohol markers. Fussy cut and adhered. The background is made with a stencil from crafter's workshop, sprayed some deco arts mixed media spray in cyan over it, then some lindy's magicals turbine teal for some shimmer, dry brushed some patina green over some bits for some variation.

Look at these cute little seahorses! The mini sea life cube is one of the July new releases from #stampotiqueoriginals @stampotiquedesignteam #sealife #seahorses #rubberstamp #woodmountedstamps #SODT #mixedmedia
Aren't they just super adorable, the teeny sea horses! And as you can see, I have not fussy cut them all over, colored the aria around the spikes with blue, so they would blend in better. 

List of stamps I used:
(see more of july release here)
Why not take your Stampotique stamps and (washi) tapes out for a play and join us in this week's challenge? Share your project on the InLinkz page and you could win a prize for 30$ to spend in the Stampotique store... Now, who wouldn't want that? :)

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!

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