I am always on the lookout for different ways to accessorize my Maya Road albums and today's post I will share with you my "tape" book. This little album includes one of my favorite albums, Maya Mist, Maya Road embellishments, masking tape, and duct tape.
First I took the 3-ring Square Round Tab Chipboard album and cut off the tabs. Next I covered each page with either duct tape or masking tape! On the cover I applied some Maya Road white rub ons knowing that by adding color over top I would get a resist looking effect.
Next I used alcohol inks to color the duct tape. Just put some ink on a cotton ball and work the color into the tape. Maya Mist works best on masking tape (which is a bit more porous). Same technique as will the duct tape. You can also stamp on the colored masking tape to make your own washi tape!
Another technique I used was stencils/paste. I colored my paste with several drops Maya Mist and then using a stencil, applied it to my pages for some dimension. I also colored Maya Road's clear tickets with alcohol inks.
Once your pages are put together it is time to add the embellishments. I used Maya Road's Tulle Pleat trim and Frayed Edge Pleat Trim in Cherry to embellish. I lined the inside of Maya Road Kraft Envelopes after spraying them with Maya Mist (Cherry), and created a flower.
I added lots of other Maya Road goodies too like Kraft Doilies and envelopes (colored with Maya Mist and painted with acrylic paint), Mini ticket strips in clear (colored with alcohol inks), Vintage Pink Tape trim, and Wooden Doilies.
Once my pages were embellished I used my Bind-it-all to bind my album. I hope this post has inspired you to make your own "tape" album using Maya Road's incredible selection of products.