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  • Washi tape invites
  • Washi tape invites
  • Washi tape invites
  • Washi tape invites
You’ll need:
    • Washi tapes, pink, red, yellow, blue

    • A5 card, white

    • Assortment of matching envelopes

    • Craft knife

    • Cutting mat

    • Metal ruler

You’ll need:
    • Place setting cards

    • Washi tape, pink, red, yellow, blue

    • Craft knife

    • Metal ruler

    1. Lay strips of washi tape on a cutting mat and, using a craft knife and metal ruler, cut thin strips of each colour. Carefully remove the tape from the cutting mat and lay at angles across the corners of the A5 card, using the image as a guide. Make sure to leave a small amount of tape hanging over the edge of the card.

    2. With a small gap between each strip, add three more stripes, one of each colour. Using the metal ruler and craft knife, cut the overhanging tape at the edge of the card.

    3. Write the text for your invitations and pop in colour-coordinated envelopes ready for sending to your guests.

Place settings
    1. Trim each tape colour into thin strips. Starting from the top left corner, run a blue strip to the bottom edge of the card about two-thirds from the bottom left corner. Add one yellow and one pink strip running parallel to the blue strip.

    2. Running from the opposite edges, add a pink, yellow, blue and red strip to the card, making sure they cross the other strips at right angles.

 
 
Washi tape invites
You’ll need:
    • Washi tapes, pink, red, yellow, blue

    • A5 card, white

    • Assortment of matching envelopes

    • Craft knife

    • Cutting mat

    • Metal ruler

You’ll need:
    • Place setting cards

    • Washi tape, pink, red, yellow, blue

    • Craft knife

    • Metal ruler

    1. Lay strips of washi tape on a cutting mat and, using a craft knife and metal ruler, cut thin strips of each colour. Carefully remove the tape from the cutting mat and lay at angles across the corners of the A5 card, using the image as a guide. Make sure to leave a small amount of tape hanging over the edge of the card.

    2. With a small gap between each strip, add three more stripes, one of each colour. Using the metal ruler and craft knife, cut the overhanging tape at the edge of the card.

    3. Write the text for your invitations and pop in colour-coordinated envelopes ready for sending to your guests.

Place settings
    1. Trim each tape colour into thin strips. Starting from the top left corner, run a blue strip to the bottom edge of the card about two-thirds from the bottom left corner. Add one yellow and one pink strip running parallel to the blue strip.

    2. Running from the opposite edges, add a pink, yellow, blue and red strip to the card, making sure they cross the other strips at right angles.