Smash Tape Flower.......

I was browsing through Target's craft area the other day, which BTW is way to small but I did notice they now sell Smash Tape.   I wanted to see what this craze was all about so I threw a roll in my cart. 


I wasn't really sure what I was going to do with it but this is what I came up with:


 I made a Smash Tape Flower! 

I cut a few black and white flowers from George and Basic Shapes in various sizes and I covered one of the flower layers in Smash Tape.  That's it....plain and simple.  

I added a little bit of embossing to the card, a black button with a twine bow along with a Studio G stamped sentiment and now I can say I just made my first Smash project. 

Thanks for looking!


Linking with:
Paper Issues- Smash it Up
Paper Playtime-Say it with Sentiments

13 comments:

  1. Well, how fabulous! I love it when it turns out so beautiful and it was so easy.

    Be blessed, Beckie

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  2. Sweet! Love the flower looks great, will hav to check out smash myself.

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  3. Look at you smashing it up! Love the colors...they were my high school and college colors...so I have a special place in my heart for black and gold (I guess yours is yellow isn't it? but it just reminded me of the good ol days!)

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  4. LOVE your new blog design, btw's!

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  5. I just love the yellow, black and white color scheme...so fresh and bright! Haven't tried the smash tape yet, but you made it look great...will have to try it out!

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  6. Very very cute card. I just love your color scheme! I am going to try this technique. Thanks!

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  7. I think it looks absolutely wonderful. I just might need to check out Target and get some Smash tape too.

    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  8. I LOVE it!!!! The flower is beautiful and the colors of your card are perfect... Hugs, Dawn

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  9. Very smashing my dear. I like your embossed back ground paper very nice. I also like how you use the tape for flower peddles. Thanks for shareing. 1205love@gmail.com

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  10. This is so cool! Love the use of the washi tape to amke the flower. Great color combos!

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    1. Thanks for joining us at Paper Playtime for our birthday sentiment challenge! :-) Amy

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  11. I like this flower matching with the ribbon, have you a video on its making.


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