Looking for a Christmas Washi tape project?  Here is a card idea complete with a video 🙂

I love washi tape, but sometimes get into a “washi rut” doing the same thing with it all the time.  The goal of this card idea was to:

  • Share an idea using Christmas Washi tape
  • Use minimal supplies

So let's see if I did it.  Below is a list of the supplies I used to make this card.

Watch this Christmas Washi tape video:



Well, what do you think?  Simple, right?

As you saw, it doesn't take a lot of washi tape either.

christmas washi tape


As I further explain in the video, you can use any embossing folder, you just don't want one that is too busy, as mixing patterns of washi tape is going to be busy enough.

Tips on how you can use this idea and change it up:

  • Put your washi tape on horizontally or vertically – depending on the pattern of your washi.
  • Mix and match colors of washi – the Candy Cane Lane washi is just red and white, but you can use any colors
  • Change up the star,!  Try an ornament, a circle, a label shape – it can be most anything!

When you purchase a quality washi tape, you can also remove it from your card stock without damaging it, so don't be afraid to try different things.

If you want more card making video tutorials, be sure to check out Stamping Family.  We are almost to 300 exclusive video tutorials in the site!  Plus several thousand images in the gallery – all with amazing members that excite me to create every single day!

Here are the measurements for this card:

  • Real Red:  4-1/4″ x 11′
  • Whisper White:  4″ x 5-1/4″ (2)
  • Crumb Cake:  3-1/2″ x 4-3/4″

Below are the supplies I used for this project.  If you want to order any of the supplies, simply click on a picture below and add them to your shopping cart.  I certainly appreciate it when you order through me 🙂  And if you like free stuff, be sure to check out the current gift with purchase here when you use the hostess code on that page.


Thanks so much for joining me today for this Christmas Washi tape card idea, be sure to check back soon for more tutorials!