I have a few minutes before I need to run into the house and take the pork roast out of the Crock Pot. Love that baby on the days that I have class! I am going to share my painter's tape technique sample with you. It's one that we've done these past two days at my Techniques Class.
Painter's Tape…I had the hardest time finding a roll of this stuff lying around the house the other day. My husband is a "wood floor guy" and they buy it in bulk. They use it for marking out the gym floor lines and a plethora of other things so I can turn around at any given moment (EXCEPT when I need it) and find about 7 rolls in one sweep. It's usually so abundant around here that I've been known to wrap gifts with it, in a pinch. Now, wait, before you judge me too harshly, admit it, you've dove into your scrapping/stamping stash and used your SNAIL adhesive or other scrapping adhesive or even packing tape. Admit it! Come on! So painter's tape on gifts isn't such a huge leap.
Basically you simply ink the tape, sticky side down, on to the stamp pad, and then on to the paper. Peel off and voila, a fun little look.
I used the Stamp Set Snowflake Soiree. It's one that is on our limbo list. meaning it's not in the catalog but still available on a special list. Check them out here! Order your Snowflake Soiree by visiting my shopping cart here.