Thursday, 15 August 2013

Free Striped Digital Washi Tape

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Apologies for skipping over the Freebie Thursday post last week - it was one of those hectic weeks where life gets in the way of the blog. That happens a lot over the school holidays. But hopefully today's post was worth the wait because I am sharing 24 more digital washi tape files, to use in your scrapbooking and blog posts!

There are a dozen files with diagonal stripes, and the rest have horizontal ones. As with my other sets, the 'tape' comes in two different sizes...

400 pixels by 100 pixels

250 pixels by 75 pixels
For those of you who haven't checked out my previous digital washi tape files yet, they have a transparent background and reduced opacity to give the image a more authentic 'washi' look.


I am planning one final pack of digital washi tape, which *should* be available next Thursday.




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12 comments:

  1. Thank you so much!! I love your blog, your posts and tutorials are so helpful! I appreciate your hard work! :D

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  2. Thanks so much for these! They are too cute! I would just LOVE to have you share these and any other great things at my link party going on--maybe even add it to your regular link parties! Following you via facebook! http://www.madetobeamomma.com/2013/08/homemade-by-you-63.html

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  3. Thanks for these! Love them. But quick question: how do you add them to a picture? What software do you use?

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    1. You can use any sort of image/graphic software like Photoshop, by adding the .png file as a new layer. But I am also pretty sure you can add them as a custom element on free image editing sites such as PicMonkey.

      If I get time over the weekend I will play around with it and write a quick tutorial, (probably to go out Wednesday).

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    2. Thanks for your wednesday post! It totally makes sense!

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    3. My PicMonkey watermark tutorial isn't the one I intended to publish for you, but I'm glad it gave you enough information to inspire you and answer your question! I will still add a tutorial about using washi tape in posts (now probably to be published on Tuesday), as if you don't know PicMonkey well you may not know its full potential for tweaking custom elements.

      I'd thought I would have the post done for today, but with a house full of kids all week (mine and other peoples') and running to and from things like swimming lessons I'm rarely near a computer! :)

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  4. Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend

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  5. This is an awesome freebie! Thank you for creating and sharing these. I love washi tape.

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  6. Thanks for sharing! I love anything washi tape!

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  7. How fun! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  8. Hi Angela! Thank you so much for the free downloads! I love them! Blessings from Bama!

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