Product Spotlight | Hot Pink Washi Tape

The hot pink washi tape in the Been and Gone Scrapbook Kit makes a bold statement on any page! Whether it's a background element or the star of your project, this washi provides the perfect pop of color. Check out all the ways the Creative Team is using the hot pink washi tape in their projects this month. 

Guest designer, Zinia, cut her hot pink washi into shapes to create a grid background for her layout, Grumpy Puppy. By adding the washi tape to vellum, she ensured it was easy to cut. She also punched out several polka dots and used them as confetti! 

For her layout, Small MomentsLisa used her pink washi tape as a layering element over the photo. Combined with other elements, it's the perfect frame for her photo.

Jen used her hot pink washi tape as a background to base her photo and embellishments on in her layout You Can Go Your Own Way. It's a perfect contrast to the monochromatic patterned paper on the opposite side of her layout. 

In her layout, Take Me to the SeaJamie used her hot pink washi as a layering element. By using it in three places, it draws the viewer's eye around the page, while providing a fun pop of color. 

Catherine used her pink washi as a photo mat in her layout Go Your Own Way. It creates a stunning focal point and frame for her photo. 

Lisa created a border of pink polka dots with her washi tape at the bottom of her layout, Roadtrip. It's a great addition to her page.

There's so much you can do with the hot pink washi tape in Been and Gone Scrapbook Kit. What do you plan on doing with yours? Post your creations in the gallery and add a link in the comments. We can't wait to see what you'll make!

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2 comments

  1. Joelaw says…
    06/22/2017

    I like how Zinia used it. Maybe the other pinks calm it? Otherwise, I find this product loud and difficult to use. Thanks for spotlighting it to help us out!

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  2. Janice15 says…
    06/22/2017

    Awesome job, SC, keeping an eye on the message boards and doing a blog post on a kit item that many people thought might be difficult to use! ?

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