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Learning To Weave! posted Jul 28, 2017
by Deanna13

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This is for the Foodie Challenge using...
1. weaving of washi tape
2. 1+ photos askew
3. double photo matte

This is also for the Washi Tape Challenge using washi tape as the matte and as a frame. I covered the chipboard frame with washi.

Photos of little grandson Kellan learning to weave with this loom making potholders for his Mom. He and his sister Lucy made a bunch when they stayed with us last week. (July 2017)

I used -
Heidi Swapp, My Mind's Eye Washi Tape
Dear Lizzy Chipboard Thickers
American Crafts Journal Tag
Simple Stories Chipboard Frame
Fancy Pants Puffy Accents
Pink Paislee Acetate Alphas

Products Used
Dream Big Puffy Stickers - Fancy Pants
$2.99 
 
Say Cheese Chipboard Frames - Simple Stories
$3.99 $3.79 
 



Comments

tms58
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7/29/17 7:48 am
Love the way you used the washi. Those woven potholders are the BEST!


Shutterbug
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7/29/17 1:59 pm
Love the black and orange.


blbabe1234
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7/31/17 9:16 am
Your photos are perfect for the Foodie challenge! Love the blending you did behind your alphas


emmapaige
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8/2/17 4:24 pm
What perfect photos to use - love your weaving!!


scrapthis
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8/13/17 12:15 am
Cute layout - love the pictures on an angle (something I have trouble doing)