Konsait Washi Tape, Stencils, & Sticker Projects + Discounts

The nice people at Konsait sent me three of their products and are offering discount codes for viewers on two of the products until 8/31/2022.

Konsait sells their products through Amazon and here are the product discounts and links. Sea Life and Seashell stencils, Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08R3X74QG?ref=myi_title_dp30% discount code: AMXHL6PO

Washi Tape Amazon Link and discount: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076RPHRRD?ref=myi_title_dp20% discount code: SQ4LA3BI

Flower & Butterfly Stickers, no discount available, Amazon Link: https://tinyurl.com/yntsc7ka

Stencil project: I used the coral stencil and laid it on a ceramic tile and held it in place, then used a make up sponge and Brilliance Archival Coffee Bean Pigment ink to transfer the coral image onto the tile. I let it dry then used Mod Podge Satin finish on the image to make it permanent.

Washi Tape project: I cut a piece of red cardstock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ tall and on the 8 1/2″ length, scored it at 4 1/4″. I cut a second piece of red cardstock to 8 7/16″ by 5 7/16″. I used a Christmas sentiment from a Penny Black set of stamps called Christmas and Love, link: https://www.franticstamper.com/Penny-Black–Clear-Stamp–Christmas-and-Love_p_160201.html that I stamped with Versamark ink and then added silver embossing powder to it, then heat set it on the front of the card base near the top in the center. I then laid three different size heart dies around the sentiment and laid the card base open inside my die cutting machine and ran it through. If you don’t open the card, you’ll cut through both layers, and you don’t want to do that. Then once you’ve cut the hearts out of the card base, take the second sheet of red paper and lay strips of washi tape. I kept placing this piece of cardstock into the card base to ensure I was laying the strips where the heart cut outs were. Once you’ve made sure you’ve covered all of the heart openings with washi tape, cut off any washi that is hanging over the edges of the cardstock and glue this piece inside the front of the card, making sure you add wet glue all around the hearts so they are glued down to the washi tape. I added pearls that I had left over from diamond painting to the front of the card to give it some extra bling.

Butterfly and Flower Stickers: I cut a lavender card base to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and scored on the 8 1/2″ length at 4 1/4″. I used butterfly stickers that had purple in them, and stuck them to the card base, making sure I covered every inch of the front with stickers. If I had any small spaces that were blank, I used pieces of butterflies that hung over the edges of the card to fill those spots. I then took a “thanks” die and opened the card and placed the thanks die near the top center of the front of the card base that was covered with butterflies. I had to run it through my die cutter twice, once with a shim, to ensure it was completely cut out. I then took another piece of lavender cardstock cut to 4 3/16″ x 5 7/16″ and glued it to the inside left side of the card base. Then took light blue foam and used the same die, and ran it through the die cutter, then took the original “thanks” I cut from the card base and glued it to the foam, then glued all of it to the opening left on the front of the card. Any small pieces cut out of the word “thanks” that were left in the die, I removed and glued into the “thanks” on the card front. I was going to use a navy blue alcohol marker around the edges of the letters to make them show up better, but instead, covered all of the word “thanks” with navy blue marker. It’s hard to see in the photo, but in person, you can easily read the word “thanks.” One note about the stickers…they don’t have a cut in the backing paper, so they are a little tough to remove from their backing paper. I always like to make sure I give you all of the facts on any products sent to me.

If you are interested in the stencils or washi tape, their discount codes expire on 8/31/2022.

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