Having just returned from Japan (you can see pics here) you would think the challenge at Less is More of washi tape would be perfect for me. The thing is I didn't buy any washi tape! Over there it's called masking tape and although I saw a lot of it - it was very expensive and nothing caught my eye that I had to have. One of the chain stores "Tokyu Hands" has the most amazing stationery section, complete with washi tape and a few small stamps, but as the OH had been around the store and I still was in stationery I decided it was time to move on. I didn't really see any craft stores, they were more for traditional Japanese crafts when I did come across them.
So my cards are using my existing washi tape supply. The first one uses a MFT stamp together with a sentiment from another set and free glasses from a mag.
Next I decided to put the tape on a piece of card and then cut out with a die.
Finally I stamped onto the washi tape and pieced it back onto the stamp design.
I'm just going to share one more photos of Japan with you as I amazed to see these fresh Chrysanthemum heads for sale. I have had them in a salad before and they are lovely but not seen them for sale like this.