Getting bored with the old tape strips? Looking for something fresh to add pizazz to our solid tape strips? Well, maybe this is just what you need. I made these new tape strips in Photoshop, except for the airmail stripes that I made with Stripe Generator. These patterns were sourced pixel by pixel from my Stationery Textures made in Photoshop. These semi-transparent tape strips are 72 ppi, intended to be used as web graphics.
I decided to make this new set of tape strips after receiving a beautifully-wrapped package from The Gilded Bee. It was fully embellished with washi tape and starburst medallions — Sasha, aka The Gilded Bee, is a genius at giftwrap! And as a heads up, The Gilded Bee and I will have a digital surprise waiting for you here sometime in march. :)
Anyhow, if you want to learn how to make your own tape strips using my shapes as a base, please check out this screencast tutorial. :)
By the way, do you guys wanna learn how to make your own patterns? For example, do you want to learn how to make your own gingham patterns, graph paper, polka dots?
Let me know and if there’s enough interest, I’ll get some screencasts going. Check out the tutorial here.
airmail stripes via stripe generator
pacifico – font squirrel
script bt – myfonts
cheap pine – myfonts