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Is this too much washi?



Cousins-hanging-out

So I went a little crazy over the washi tape on this layout...can you tell? *LOL*


Love these photos of my nephews and niece meeting their cousin Judah for the first time. Perfect for the challenge over at Zeus and Zoe...New Beginnings.


The background was created with a DecoArt stencil and Maya mists plus some Hambly rub-ons. Come play along for your chance to win this....



P/s: And don't forget to play along with my guest Anupama's banner challenge and LESSology Challenge #23: What's in your toolbox?.


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28 comments:

Sindhu said...

Superb layout! I dont think there can ever be 'too much washi'! Hehehe.. Awesome use of washi..

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Awesome! Love the washi!!

Lizzy Hill said...

Impossible to use too much washi!!!!! Love your colours here...great take on the challenge :):):)

Tenia Nelson said...

LURVE!!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Never ever ever too much washi! LOL!! I loveeeeeeeee this! AMAZING colors!!

Tone-Lill said...

This is super cool, love that background, and no .. don't think it can be too much of the washi. Love the photo of all the kids :)

Shylaashree said...

Awesome layout.cool colours

Alice Wertz said...

there is never too much washi!!!! =) love how you used them here, darling page. those photos are precious! please do share your washi collection!! =)

Reusing with Quilling said...

The washi does not look too much at all yvonne ! Fabulous bg once again !loved the colors too !

Hussena said...

Fabulous LO Yvonne and the washi tape looks just amazing the way you have used it :)...love the colors and the BG you have created its all come out just superb !!

JulieJ said...

You can never have too much washi. It's lovely LO.

Ali said...

You can never use too much!! LOL Adorable photos and I love that stencil...fabulous!

ANUPAMA CHOUDARY said...

Too much of washi? What's that?
Cool, as always, Yvonne :)

Sandie Edwards said...

No!!! It looks brilliant!!!

Naomi Edwards said...

You are the ultimate washi tape user, hehe! Too much? Never... your layout is gorgeous!!!!!! Guess what I love the most? The way you used the washi tape!!! hugs

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh wow! Love this washi idea!

I was hopping to squeeze out some time but my medical appointments already filled up 2 of my weekdays and left me with only Sat and Sun for family, friends and lots of eating sessions. Always so little time in Singapore. Well, maybe next time. My cousin is getting married in June, I am thinking if I want another long flight so soon, will let you know if I do. Meeting up would be fun.

Greetings from Chiang Mai, Thailand with painfully slow internet connection. : (

sandi said...

Wow! Love this! The black background really makes this pop! Great use of multiple pics too....they all go together so well! Fabulous lo!

Angi Barrs said...

I looove this page. The washi is fabulous!

Annette said...

wow this might just be one of my favorite layouts. love it

Katy said...

This is so fun!! There is no such thing as too much washi! :) I love the different size patterns too!

Audrey Pettit said...

How could it ever be too much washi tape?? ;) This is gorgeous, Yvonne! I so love that stenciled background done in the bold black, paired with the hot pinks. You layered flower is fabulous. Sooooo love the photo frames you made from tape, too!

chillin with Quillin said...

I think the washi is perfect amount, very nice !!!!
Paula

Keren Tamir said...

Amazing LO. It's not too much Washi to me. It looks amazing

Emily Keaton said...

Seriously, is there such a thing as too much washi tape? I think it's just fine. I love to see washi being used!

lisa said...

Cute. Love the black and pink x

Linda B said...

Can you ever use to much? I think not! Love this layout, Yvonne!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Love the colors and the tape is fabulous.

Helen Tilbury said...

What a cute layout! You certainly got your money's worth from your washi on this one!!

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