cutetape.com Washi Flower Workshop Recap and Washi Wonderful Book Giveaway!

Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_10I wrapped up another super-fun workshop last week. This one was on a Tuesday evening and it was a full house. We crafted adorable washi tape flowers with beautiful decorative washi tape and We R Memory Keeper tape dispensers, all sponsored by cutetape.Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_09I always enjoy looking at photos of workshops and hope you feel the same way. This Washi Tape Flower Project can be found on my blog, but if you’re local to Northern California and want to get hands-on instruction here at the barn, I’ll be putting on another Washi Tape Flowers Tuesday evening class on May 27!Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_01Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_02Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_03Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_04Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_07Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_08Such a delightful group of crafters. Lovely, lovely women. Attendee Ginny won the night’s Washi Wonderful book raffle!Cathe_Holden_Washi_Tape_05Washi Wonderful: Creative Projects & Ideas for Paper Tape by the uber creative dynamo Jenny Doh,  is now my go-to book for super creative crafting with washi tape. Washi Wonderful is a collection of more than 50 projects from various designers. You’ll be inspired to finally use all those fantastic rolls of washi tape you’ve been collecting or can purchase from cutetape for customizing crafts, decorating, wrapping and so much more no matter what level of crafter you are.

THE BOOK GIVEAWAY

Lark Crafts is giving away

Washi Wonderful: Creative Projects & Ideas for Paper Tape By Jenny Doh

to TWO lucky JSIM readers!

TO ENTER: Leave a nice, washi-tape relevant comment on this blog post. (That’s it!)

ENTRY DEADLINE: Entry to giveaway closes Thursday, May 22 at noon (PST). Winners will be randomly chosen, notified, and posted here shortly thereafter.

Congratulations winners: #12 Sally and #14 Darlene!

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53 Responses to cutetape.com Washi Flower Workshop Recap and Washi Wonderful Book Giveaway!

  1. #1 - Sue McIsaac says:

    This was such a fun class. I put my bouquet in a tiny bottle in my kitchen window. Thank you, Cathe!

  2. #2 - Jackie says:

    I have been using washi tape at school. My beginning band students get to mark their progress on their practice charts with it. It is so fun and colorful!

  3. #3 - Lisa says:

    It looks like you gals had a blast! The washi flowers are precious and I can picture using them on so many projects. Thanks for sharing this fun class.;)
    PS I’d be thrilled to win the book.

  4. #4 - Sarah says:

    I have so much washi tape and I never know what to do with it. I need this book!

  5. #5 - Julie says:

    I didn’t realize the possibilities of Washi-tape. I will be seeking more creative craft ideas with it.

  6. #6 - Willa says:

    I have never used washi tape but think I should have shopped for it when I went to Japan. Looks like fun.

  7. #7 - Cindy G. says:

    I have a secret washi tape addiction, and I love to buy coordinated rolls when I see them. But, I have only used a smidgen for one project! So, a book of washi-specific ideas would be fabulous!

  8. #8 - Laure Janus says:

    My name is Laure and I’m a washi tape-a-holic. I’ve lost track trying to count the rolls currently in my possession. I would LOVE to win Jenny’s new book so I can learn some new project ideas – thanks for the chance to win!

  9. #9 - Helen Stevens says:

    The ends of my washi tape never want to stick properly so I always need to snip an end off or affix with another adhesive. Advice? Perhaps it is in the book!

  10. #10 - Lori H says:

    I’ve just recently gone on a washi tape buying spree, so this book would come in very handy!

  11. #11 - Victoria Scudamore says:

    I love to make Happy Mail envelopes with washi tape.

  12. #12 - Sally Hackney says:

    I love washi tape! I’ve got a tackle box full. My grand daughters and I cover notebooks, pens…well just about anything they have with washi tape.

  13. #13 - Sheryl Remy says:

    I love the colors, I love the designs, I love that it stays where I place it and I love those flowers. I just bought flower stamens last weekend without a project in mind but now I know what to do with them.

  14. #14 - darlene koppel says:

    What a fantastic idea – creating flowers with washi tape.

  15. #15 - Connie Fong says:

    These flowers are adorable. My collection of washi tapes keeps growing and growing. Just love the colors and patterns when they’re all together. Thanks for opportunity to win a great book.

  16. #16 - Julia D. says:

    I have yet to use Washi tape, and looks like these little flowers would be a great start. The girls at your class look like they had fun and were very
    creative. Thanks for opportunity and the book of ideas would be great.

  17. #17 - Kathryn says:

    WOW! That looks amazing! I’ve been seeing Washi Tape everywhere and want to try a craft with it!

  18. #18 - Linda Greiss says:

    I love the Washi Tape flowers! How ingenious! Jenny Doh is awesome and so are you! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of Jenny’s book.

  19. #19 - Lisa says:

    Love washi tape! This book would inspire me to create even more w/ my washi stash. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

  20. #20 - Becky Smith says:

    I had no idea there was a washi tap idea book! How great is that?! I love washi tape, but could sure use some fresh ideas.

  21. #21 - Tania says:

    I wish I was close enough to take the class, those flowers are so sweet! And what a great giveaway!

    Tania

  22. #22 - Betty Panetta says:

    What a wonderful book. So creative for all occasions!

  23. #23 - Kim Stewart says:

    I love love love my washing tape. I have filled an entire tray type K-cup holder with my collection! I decorated my range hood with washi!

  24. #24 - Lynne Wesenberg says:

    I love washi tape, but can never find the fun stuff! And the ideas are so wonderful, your flowers so pretty!

  25. #25 - Diane U says:

    I love paper crafts but just found out about Washi Paper Tape this week. The book would make exploring this new craft item much more fun.

  26. #26 - Lyn says:

    I Love washi tape, been using it before it was available in the local craft stores. Matter of fact it was probably Cute Tape where I got my first washi.

  27. #27 - June Coffman says:

    I’ve never used washi tape before because I didn’t know what to do with it. This book could be the start of a whole new obsession.

  28. #28 - Celine says:

    I can’t resist washi tape. The colors and patterns are beautiful and so fun to play with!

  29. #29 - debianne says:

    I have a secret washi tape addiction, and I love to buy it when I see some.

  30. #30 - ginny says:

    Cathe your washi tape flower class was a blast. I enjoyed myself and was the lucky winner of the book. Lots of cute ideas in the book. Your idea of using the washi tape to make flowers is so clever. I recommend that anyone wanting to have a great crafting experience to take a class with you.

  31. #31 - Susan BL says:

    I would love to have some fresh inspiration for using my collection of washi tape.

  32. #32 - Mary says:

    Washi?
    Who knew . . .

  33. #33 - Meghan Thimjon says:

    I am am ways looking for new ways to use washi tape! And I aforementioned Doh! Would love to take a class from her!
    I have way too much washi tape but it is fun!!

  34. #34 - tonya says:

    just found you…awesome!!

  35. #35 - #1 Meredith Gauthier says:

    I never knew what Washi tape was for… I already did duct-tape flower and the such and just didn’t understand how pretty that tape makes flowers look and how simple it looks. Thank you for sharing your pictures from your class.

  36. #36 - Maureen says:

    My collection of washi tape keeps on growing and I am lacking in ideas of its use. Help! I really could use a book like this! The flowers would be somewhere to start. They are the cutest.

    Maureen

  37. #37 - Beth K says:

    I like to use washi tape to seal envelopes. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Beth

  38. #38 - Natasha Johnson says:

    i love washi tape, sadly i only have two rolls…my WRMK holder looks a little bare :(

  39. #39 - Laura says:

    I bought a bunch of washi tape when I first discovered it, but have yet to create anything amazing with it. My kids keep taking it for their projects! This book would be inspiring for my whole family.

  40. #40 - Penni Colley says:

    I have never worked with the washi tape but I have seen it. I am so amazed at what you’ve done with it. I saw the directions in the newspaper. Love it.

  41. #41 - ruby t says:

    Washi tape addicted as I cannot get enough of the patterns. I love those flowers and wished I lived closer to take a workshop with you.
    I use Washi tape in my collage and greeting cards and jewelry projects. A fun a quick happy fix!

  42. #42 - Maruba says:

    I’ve only used Washi tape just a bit on envelopes and stationery. Looks like you made some fun and colorful flowers.
    Thanks

  43. #43 - Kathy Bumb says:

    Hi there – I was hesitant to use washi tape at first, but when I tried it for creating and decorating mini albums, I fell in love. Would love to win your book!!!.

  44. #44 - Stacy Saman says:

    I love Washi tape! I use it to decorate just about everything, but it would be super cool to know that you can use it to make CRAFTS!! I have spent too much money on Washi tape (it’s expensive) to afford the book that would help me actually use the stuff for other things. Also, would love to know where I can order unusual patterned Washi tape (or actually, my bank account says ‘no, don’t answer that’, while my addiction says, YES!)

  45. #45 - Tenley Johnson says:

    So much beautiful tape, so little time!

  46. #46 - Jessica W says:

    I have so much washi, I need some new ideas to use up some of it!

  47. #47 - Mary Beth says:

    I can’t wait to play with my red, white, and blue washi tape this weekend!

  48. #48 - crafty girl says:

    I have to admit, I have not played with washi tape. But I just bought my first roll!

  49. #49 - Cecilia says:

    It looks like all of you had a great time! The washi flowers are adorable and great color combinations. Love any new ideas for using washi tape. Washi is Wonderful!

  50. #50 - Noreen says:

    The flowers are beautiful! I love washi tape and enjoy new projects – thanks for the chance to win the book.

  51. #51 - Evelyn Pintor says:

    Washington tape….would love to create these cuties too

  52. #52 - Evelyn Pintor says:

    Oops! Washi tape!

  53. #53 - Johanna says:

    Oh! Those flowers are adorable!! I know I am a day late (and a dollar short – LOL) to win the book, but I really love those flowers. I would have loved to be at the workshop! How fun!! :)