For those like me who have a ton of Washi tapes but have no real idea what to do with them, here’s a good start: just lay them down side by side. If you like, cover the seams with various paper and/or fabric trims. Use a punch or die to cut out shapes from another panel to be layered over the top, and you’re good to go!
Tip: Washi is known for coming loose at the ends sometimes – this is its wonderful feature (re-positionable) as well as its drawback, as no one wants their art to self-destruct. Options to prevent this include putting your layout on a panel and wrapping the tape around to the back before affixing it to your card front. Or layering as I did above which will keep any errant strips from coming loose. Prevention beats problems any day, in my book . . .
Cardstock: Marcos Jute, Bazzill Black
Inks: CB Frost White
Colored Pencils: Prisma White
Emb Powder: Judikins Opaque White
Dies: Die-Namics Hearts A Plenty, Spellbinders Ribbon
Doo Dads: Various Washi tapes, paper and fabric borders/trims