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I really like Washi Tape.  I don’t know what it is about it, but I am afraid I am going to be a Washi Tape horder.  Kind of like I am with fabric.  Its the colors and patterns and bold designs that make me want to own every color/pattern possible.  Needless to say, I have lots, so I have been trying to come up with craft ideas that use Washi Tape.  You may remember my post on Make your own Washi Tape storage.

Every holiday, I try to at least put up simple decorations.  This time of year is hard for me because I had to take down the carrots and eggs but it isn’t quite time to put up the flags.  I always like to have some kind of garland over my fireplace and I needed something to fill the in between time.  I decided to try a project using my Cricut and Washi tape.  I really like how it turned out.

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Supplies

Cricut Machine
Card Stock
Washi Tape
Twine
Mini Clothespins

1.  Chose coordinating colors of Washi Tape and line your card stock top to bottom with tape.  WashiTapeBannerPennant.jpg

2.  Put your Cricut on your cutting mat for cutting.WashiTapeCricut.jpg3.  Go into Cricut Craft Room and chose any Pennant design you desire.  You can make mini Pennants like I did, or larger.  Repeat the design over and over again to fit your whole page.

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4.  Cut cardstock with your Cricut Machine!  
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5.  Attach mini Pennants to twine using mini clothes pins and decorate away! 🙂PennantBannerWashi.jpg

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