the pink washi tape chevron card from the other day was inspired by this christmas one that i made first. it was picked up for publication, but then i guess didn't make the final cut. if you saw it somewhere, let me know! anyway, the double thick/thin stripe pattern on this tape made a really cool chevron pattern. just like with the pink card, i used clear card stock and the diagonal striped tape. start with one strip down the edge on one side of the clear panel, then flip it over to add the next strip, lining up the stripes on the opposite side. the double stripe is a little trickier in that you have to flip it around just the right way to match up the lines. once you press down the tape, the pattern shows through nicely, slightly lighter. so you go back and forth, adding enough strips of tape to get it to the desired size, and then trim it all the way around to even out the edges. to stick it down to the card stock, use a glue pen or adhesive that can be hidden randomly behind the red stripes on the clear card stock. and there you have it - a fun way to use washi tape, and a cool backdrop for a simple sentiment!