Thursday, May 17, 2012

Washi tape class + Giveaway.

Washi tape is all the rage right now...it is being used everywhere with a thousand pretty uses. I have to admit the bug has bitten me too. Perusing Pinterest I came across these cute examples of how you could put your pretty stash to good use.
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 On the subject of Washi...have you heard about the cool class 'The Washi Workshop' that is taking place over at Studio Calico. 




It is being taught by the talented Megan Hoeppner of Creating Keepsakes magazine. This workshop is full of new ideas for digging into your stash and using all of that wonderful washi tape on your projects! Together with Megan you will find eight other talented ladies contributing some amazing projects too. 
 Keen to join in the fun? If so I suggest you head on over HERE to grab a 'seat' because tickets are selling fast!


I have some GREAT news to share. Megan being the sweetie she is, has given me x1 place for the class to giveaway. All you have to do is leave me a comment on this blog telling me how you last used washi tape.  Please leave your comments by midnight Wednesday May 23rd. (NB: One comment per person please.)


As well as the Studio Calico blog & Creating Keepsakes blog, there are x14 designers participating in this blog hop which gives you plenty of opportunities to win a free spot in the workshop. Each designer will lead you to the next designer on the list.
Have yourselves a happy washi Thursday peeps... 

123 comments:

  1. Anonymous17 May, 2012

    Please pick me - I have more washi than a person can use in a lifetime - it needs more outlets!

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  2. Anonymous17 May, 2012

    I last used washi on a card as a decorative strip, just like patterned paper. I loved how it was slightly altered by the paper underneath. Would love more inspiration!

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  3. I last used washi tape on a layout - all around the borders to give it a defined edge. This class looks wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  4. I last used washi tape to create some borders on a layout. Thanks for a great giveaway! :)

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  5. I actually used just a sliver of it last night for the card I posted on my blog today! :-)

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  6. ♥ My kids even love this stuff...I've only bought 2 rolls of the washi tape, but it's GONE and I want to get MORE. Oh, that sounds like a fun class...$20 is not a bad price, but I'd sure like to WIN a spot!!!

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  7. I love washi! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  8. I've been using my washi like crazy in my Project Life, it's a fast easy way to add a little fun!

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  9. I last used washi tape on a card. Absolutely LOVE that stuff! :-) xx

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  10. I can't have enough of those adorable Washis. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  11. I lasted used washi on my Project Life journaling card to add a bit of color. Would love some fresh new ideas! Thanks for the opportunity to win a seat in the class!

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  12. I last used two long strips of washi on a scrapbook layout. Would love to win a spot in the class. Thanks so much!

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  13. Used washi on a mini album I made for a girlfriend on her birthday:-)

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  14. I used it last night on a birthday card I made.
    Pink and white dots!


    Thanks for the chance to win this fun workshop!

    Carla from Utah

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  15. Yesterday, I used orange washi tape on a graduaion card. Nice giveaway!

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  16. I last used washi on a layout. I actually used it on the hidden journaling card under a photograph!

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  17. I last used Washi Tape in a gift to my sister. She had never seen it before and loved it and wants more now.;)

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  18. Emily Todd17 May, 2012

    Looking forward to this class! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  19. Laura Norris17 May, 2012

    I used Washi Tape on a teacher gift. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  20. I last used washi to attach photos in a mini album. Looking for new ideas...thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. So many gorgeous ideas! Thank you for the inspiration! I look forward to the class!

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  22. The last time I used it was on a layout! This looks like such a fun class!

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  23. I used in on my layout just 2 days ago! :) I just love the extra details washi adds to a layout :) and how pretty they look on my table :D

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  24. I last used it as a decorative accent in my garden Smashbook! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. I last used washi on a layout as a strip to hold a photo in place. I love this stuff. Sounds Like a fantastic class. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. I love to use washi tape on the edges of journaling cards--it gives them a little extra oomph!

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  27. I used washi tape on both the Mother's Days card I made! Love it! Love your many projects!

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  28. Sadly, I last used washi tape as a splurge purchase through an online paper-crafting discounter. I've never actually used it on a project! I'm hoping to win a spot in the class so that I'll have $20 more to spend on increasing my stash and learning inspiring ways to use all of it!

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  29. I last used washi tape to make three mother's day cards and also used it to decorate the envelopes before I mailed them. Thanks for a chance at a spot in the class!

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  30. I used my washi to close a confetti pocket I did on a LO last night. So FUN!

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  31. I last used some washi to create a little banner/pennant label for a key ring that was holding a single key. The key is an extra and I didn't want to forget what it was for...This class looks awesome. Thanks for the chance to win a spot!

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  32. I love how you used the washit tape on the bottle.
    I've been using washi tape on all my cards lately.

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  33. I just used a wee bit of washi on a layout as an accent.

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  34. Anonymous17 May, 2012

    I just used washi in my PL album to tape down a picture ;) thanks for the shot!

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  35. I am currently working on a mini album of my sons senior prom last year and i have quite a few strips of washi through out it. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in the class, looks like fun!

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  36. Anonymous17 May, 2012

    I used washi to close some of the larger pockets in my project life album to stop things falling out!

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  37. I'm taking Julie Ebersole's card class at HOWnow and have used it on most of the cards I've made there. It's such an easy way to add some color or pattern.

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  38. I just recently bought some washi and really don't know what to do with it. I think I need this.

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  39. I last used washi on a card. Just taped it down--I need to learn more uses for it! Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

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  40. I love the ideas you compiled. I last used it in my newborn son's album to add a soft touch to his pics. So cute and fun to use!

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  41. I'm making a baby mini for a shower and just used some to close a confetti envelope...thanks for the chance to win!

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  42. I am falling in love with washi tape now. SO many things that we can do with them. I'd love to learn more and hope to win a seat in the classroom :D

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  43. I love tape it would be great to learn new ways to use it thanks for the chance to win

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  44. Thanks for the chance to win! I love washi and cant wait for the class!

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  45. Liz Thomas18 May, 2012

    I used my washi to attach my cardstock to an impression plate before I ran it thru my Cuttlebug!

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  46. Looks like a great class. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  47. I would to win a spot in this class...how fun!!

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  48. I'd love to take this class ! I have a new found love for for wash tape and started collecting it but I don't really know what to do with it...

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  49. The last time i used washi tape was for a birthday card last week. Thanks for the chance.

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  50. I used it to create a decorative a cardstock banner on a layout.

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  51. So looking forward to this fun class!! I used washi tape on several of the layouts I did for NSD. Such a fun way to add a little pizazz to your pages!! Thanks for the chance to win, Kim!! :)

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  52. i washi taped my fishing pole for this summers fishing and camping trips...i now have the cutest pole out there!

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  53. i <3 washi, i use it with my die cutting machine, on envelopes, gifts, and cards. would love to get some new ideas and techniques in this class!

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  54. Oh Washi and I have just fallen in love. So I would love to win a spot on the workshop to find some uses for my small but expanding collection! THanks.

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  55. WOW!! I'd LOVE to win a spot in this class!! I could use some INSPIRATION on different ways to use it on my projects!! =) THANKS for sharing and for the chance to win!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  56. I have to admit I'm really boring, and the last way I used washi was just as a border on a scrapbook page...I definitely need some more interesting ideas for how to use it!

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  57. Anonymous18 May, 2012

    Would love to take this work shop, thank you for the chance to win.

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  58. hi!! I <ould love to win a spot!! my washi stash would feel less useles!!! :) thanjks for the chance!

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  59. I used it yesterday on a layout fot my friend's baby!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  60. I most recently used washi in a mini book I'm making. I love the stuff and really use it on LO's all the time. I would love to win this class.

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  61. Joanne H18 May, 2012

    What a great line up of inspiration! I would love a chance to win

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  62. The last time I used washi tape, I think was on a card, cutting one end into a v-shape to give it a banner look =) Thanks for a chance to win a seat in this class!

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  63. Holly Saveur18 May, 2012

    LOVE all the inspiration !
    Would love to have a seat in the class sounds so much fun!!

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  64. wow... yes, i would love to win this class!!

    cheryl131091 at yahoo dot com

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  65. Thank you for the chance to win. I always get stumped for ways to use my washi.

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  66. I put washi on clothes pins as gift bag closures.

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  67. I've been using my washi tape on cards, usually as a little accent or banner. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this class, it sounds fabulous!

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  68. My last use of washi tape was to mark the front door key on my husbands key ring. He has 3 keys the look the same and I can't tell them apart. Just a tiny piece of tape that he doesn't notice but I can. Problem solved.

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  69. I have not used my Washi tape for scrapbooking much but I used it on tooth picks to put the names of cheese for a wine and cheese I did for friends. I made little flags with some off-white Washi tape. I would love to start using it in my scrapbooking projects now so this class would be perfect!

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  70. I have never used washi tape before. I'm hearing about it more and more and this blog hop has definitely piqued my curiosity! I would LOVE the opportunity to participate in this class! Thanks for the chance to win a spot!

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  71. I love my washi tape but strangely keep forgetting to use it! Ha ha, silly me. Thanks for a chance to win this class.

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  72. I used it as embellishment on a scrapbooking layout the other day:) Love washi!

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  73. I used it in a smash book I am making for a gift. Love the stuff!

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  74. I'd love to win a spot in this class. I love the washi tape but tend to use it in the same ways all the time. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  75. looks way fun. i need some ideas for this cute stuff i am collecting :)

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  76. Anonymous18 May, 2012

    I used washi tape in a mini album. Was great.

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  77. I love this tape and would like more ideas to use it up ( I've accumulated quite a collection). This class is a great idea!

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  78. I love washi tape! The last time I used it was for a seal on an envelope!

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  79. love these tapes! nv seem to have enough of them. the last i use them was making page tabs (instead of using post it page tabs) on my textbooks!

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  80. I last used my washi tapes on a layout. Actually, the supplies are from Studio Calico's May Kit 35mm! Fabulous giveaway. Thank you.

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  81. I have never used washi tape! but I'm now very interested in learning about how to use it. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  82. I never used washi tape, but I'm about to order some. would love to learn more.

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  83. I have never used washi tape, but would love to learn!

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  84. I last ran it through a border punch - once I'd unsticked the adhesive!

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  85. I last used washi on a card for my daughter's teacher!

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  86. I would love to win a seat in this class!! Have tons of washi tape and need creative ways to use it. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  87. Thanks for the Washi tape inspiration and another great class. Looking forward to it.

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  88. washi fun...hope i win!

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  89. The last thing I used wash tape on was taping a picture of my son to the inside of his SMASH book.

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  90. Hmmm, I must be behind the times as I have NO WASHI tape! Argh! But I'd love to learn what to do with it!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  91. Anonymous19 May, 2012

    I used it with brown paper and twine to wrap a present for a dear friend
    KAtrina Dunn dunnkat@hotmail.com

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  92. Washi tape ROCKS! I'm using it more & more these days & would love to win a spot in this class; thanks for the chance to win!

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  93. I used it to embellish a travel album for my mum. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Grace
    liberalsprinkles at gmail dot com

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  94. Jinny KL19 May, 2012

    Washi tape virgin--would love to join in on the fun!! Thank you for the chance to win a spot in this class!

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  95. I've collected 25 rolls of washi tape but only used it once so far...as a border around a photo collage. Thanks for a chance to win a spot in this class.

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  96. I used washi tape on my daily journal (my version of Project Life) last night!! IT was black with white polka dots and a yellow striped one. I am a washi junkie, I need this class thanks for a chance to win!!

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  97. I haven't used washi tape yet, but I did just buy a pack the other day!

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  98. I have a ton of it so this would be great, I've hardly used it yet

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  99. Kim... I would love the opportuntity to win. thanks

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  100. I am so excited for this class! Fell in love with washi tape almost the minute I saw it – when I realized what it was!
    My last use was in a Project Life type "layout" of my best friend's work room - she moved away about a year ago so we have to email pics back and forth!

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  101. What fabulous inspiration you have found on the web using washi tape. I was blown away and just had to go ahead and sign up for the class! But, I am entering your giveaway too in the off chance I win! LOL!

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  102. Fun giveaway! I'd love to win!

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  103. Last used them last weekend for my mom's birthday - used them to stick photobooth photos onto a sketckbook, where guests signed. Love it!!

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  104. I would love to win a spot in this class! Thanks.

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  105. Wow - love your washi projects!! I need more ideas on using all the washi I've been hoarding!!

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  106. not a very creative usage but I used it to stick the receipts of my spending onto my accounts book D:

    thank you so much for the chance!

    nadinadine@gmail.com

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  107. What a great intro to Washi!! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  108. I would love to win this workshop! Thanks for the chance!!

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  109. Anonymous20 May, 2012

    I used it to wrap a gift. Kraft paper and washi always nice.
    Carolinecdm, Paris

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  110. I have to admit, I don't know if this counts as Washi--but I have Tim's tissue tape and I used it on a BD card about a month ago, just not sure what to do with it. Guess I need to take a class!

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  111. I am wild about washi tape!

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  112. I last used my washi on a card!!!

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  113. I'm freaking with Washi tape on pinterest, on SC and on blogs... thanks for the chance!!

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  114. Just used washi tape for the 1st time yesterday! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  115. Pamela A21 May, 2012

    I love this stuff - sooo much fun! I would love to win a spot in this class. Thank you for the fab giveaway - this looks like a super fun class.

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  116. This workshop looks so fun!!!! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  117. Ok, I just used washi tape for the very first time ever on my very first layout in 2 years! I loved it too :)

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  118. I love Wahsi Tape and a chance to win a seat in this class is awesome. Thanks a million.

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  119. I would love to win a spot :)

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  120. I used it to adhere some photos to my office wall right next to my laptop :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. Jill Phillips22 May, 2012

    Pick me pick me!!!! Washi Washi Washi!!! Love it!! Haven’t done much with it!!! Would love your class!!!

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  122. I last used washi to tape a photo onto a journaling card for my Project Life.

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  123. Would love to learn more about washi tape!

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