Susan Simpson - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Stampin' Up! Washi Tape Holder - tutorial

Hello, have seen this image at the bottom of all my blog posts during February and wondered what this months FREE gift was?



I thought I would share with you today details of the gift that all my lovely customers received during February when they placed an order over £20.  It's just my way of saying thank you for choosing me as your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, I really appreciate it!

One of my regular crafters has recently sorted out her craft room, everything is beautifully organised and labelled so that got me thinking ...


I use Washi Tape quite often (it hides a multitude of sins) but I am often frustrated when it rolls around my desk :(


I found this brilliant tutorial on Pinterest for a Washi tape holder made by Sam Hammond Donald aka Pootles - she very kindly gave me permission to share this link to the tutorial just in case you want to make one yourself!


You can find it here.




You can make a Washi holder for three or five rolls - the tutorial gives instructions for double holders but I cut mine in half.


Stampin' Up! UK Independent Demonstrator Susan Simpson, Craftyduckydoodah!, February 2017 Customer Thank You Gift, Gorgeous Grunge, Supplies available 24/7,


The little boxes came together so quickly.  I stamped the outside with Gorgeous Grunge in Crumb Cake ink and die cut a quick tag.  I used some of the beautiful ribbon that is still available (while stocks last), FREE with a £45 order. I also used the now discontinued Bitty Accent Punch.


I always say thank you to my customers with a handmade card - this is what I came up with this month.  It is a similar idea to this card I shared in January using Dragonfly Dreams.



Stampin' Up! UK Independent Demonstrator Susan Simpson, Craftyduckydoodah!, Dragonfly Dreams, Supplies available 24/7,

This is the version I made to go with the Washi Tape Holder.


Stampin' Up! UK Independent Demonstrator Susan Simpson, Craftyduckydoodah!, February 2017 Customer Thank You Gift, Gorgeous Grunge, Stylish Stems Framelits Dies, Supplies available 24/7,

I am on a bit of a mission to use Gorgeous Grunge at the moment - I will not be happy if it is discontinued when the new Catalogue launches in June :(


This neat little tape holder will keep everything in place and handy on any desk - I gave my craft room a bit of a tidy up this morning too - not sure what came over me!


If you have a go at making a Tape Holder for your craftroom, I would love to see a photo ...


I've not decided what my customer thank you gift will be for March - if you have an idea why not leave a comment below or send me a message?


I will post details of the new Hostess Code for March tomorrow but in the meantime, the current code is shown below.  Details of the products I used for this project can also be found below.

Happy crafting!


Susan xx



Thank you so much for looking at my Blog today, if you don't have a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don't have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  

If you need to order any supplies, simply use my “shop with me” button or click on the catalogue links on the right. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Would you like to receive a FREE gift from me? All orders over £20 (excluding postage) will receive a little thank you from me if you use the current Hostess Code: PHF4E6AE  (please remember to allow me to access your contact details otherwise I won't be able to contact you). 

For orders over £150 please do not use the Hostess Code to ensure that you receive the benefits.





2 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting the link to the tutorial. I have more washi tape on order that's due to be delivered on Friday, so I think this might be a crafty job for the weekend. Oooh, I can coordinate the box to the washi tape since I have the relevant DSP. Happy bunny here

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  2. My pleasure Bev - the tutorial is very easy to follow and, yes you can coordinate the box to the washi tape too! I would love you to share a photo or two of your makes on my Craftyducky facebook page! xx

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