Notecards using a homemade Washi Tape Masterboard

Hey there, it’s Isa Dor! I’ve got a super simple idea for you – making notecards using a homemade washi tape masterboard.

You might have checked out Susanne’s YouTube channel, where she shows how to create homemade washi tape using our fantastic RubberDance stamp sets. Let me tell you, it’s a whole lot of fun!

So, I found myself flipping through piles of washi tape I had crafted from regular masking tape. That’s when the idea struck me – let’s make a masterboard!

I started tearing up bits and pieces of various sizes, colors, and patterns. Alongside these, I added some paper scraps I had gathered while working in my journal. It’s a process that requires a bit of patience, but it’s also strangely meditative!

To give the masterboard some extra pop, I made sure to include contrasting pieces, often in black, to make certain areas stand out.

Once my masterboard was complete, I cut it into cards slightly smaller than my notecards. This way, I could attach them to the front and still leave space for a focal point that I’d add later.

And that’s it! It’s a simple but delightful way to create unique notecards using your homemade washi tape masterboard. 

Give it a try – you might just love it as much as I do!

Here’s an Instagram reel to help you create your own masterboard and cards!

Be Bold and Shine

Isa

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