Bouquet Die Cut Tape

$19.99

Already in Cart

Add to Wishlist

This die-cut tape features white silhouetted flowers and leaves. It will look great over any colored surface, but may also be applied to white for subtle texture.

Dimension: 64mm x 5m

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
100%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R.
So pretty, but not as delicate as you'd think!

Sturdy enough for any of your projects. I watched some of the You Tube videos on how to use this tape and now I feel like the options are endless. I also think it would make a nice addition to my scrapbook pages, on dark card stock and not even coloring it.

E
E.
Bouquet Die Cut Tape

Much stronger than I expected. Easy to handle and works well with Copic Marker coloring. Beautiful design. Love it.

S
S.R.
My new Favorite!

I love, love, love this new product. There's a bit of a learning curve to getting it onto card stock in a straight line, but the effort is worth it! I ink blended a background over the die cut tape as with a stencil for a beautiful result. I also just watched Lydia's video on using alcohol markers to color the tape before applying it to card stock. I'm sure there are lots of other creative ideas out there, and I plan to try them all.

See full Ratings & Reviews guidelines

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
100%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R.
So pretty, but not as delicate as you'd think!

Sturdy enough for any of your projects. I watched some of the You Tube videos on how to use this tape and now I feel like the options are endless. I also think it would make a nice addition to my scrapbook pages, on dark card stock and not even coloring it.

E
E.
Bouquet Die Cut Tape

Much stronger than I expected. Easy to handle and works well with Copic Marker coloring. Beautiful design. Love it.

S
S.R.
My new Favorite!

I love, love, love this new product. There's a bit of a learning curve to getting it onto card stock in a straight line, but the effort is worth it! I ink blended a background over the die cut tape as with a stencil for a beautiful result. I also just watched Lydia's video on using alcohol markers to color the tape before applying it to card stock. I'm sure there are lots of other creative ideas out there, and I plan to try them all.