I now know why I have spent many an hour at the local skate parks and why I know where all of the local skate shops are...So that I would know what to do should a roll of grip tape fall into my lap.
When my husband found a roll of clear grip tape from a job site, he knew. He did not know what I would do with it, he just knew that I would do something.
Cut a piece, remover the backing and fold it together so that you have one piece that has grip tape on both sides.
Insert Big Shot...
Die cut snowflakes. Notice that I missed a few of the edges? It is okay because I trimmed this one into a smaller snow flake, duh. Then, using Tim Holtz Picket Fence Crackle Paint, I swiped the brush back and forth until I got enough paint on the flake.. Then I grabbed my BRAND NEW JAR OF DRY STICKLE ROCK CANDY GLITTER...and I dropped it. So, instead of FREAKING OUT...I drew a heart in it, swept it up and poured in all back in the jar...including the dust. Then I sprinkled just a little onto my snowflake, dried it, punched a hole into the top, added a string and smiled. Now, I am not real sure that you will run out to a skate shop and buy some grip tape, but you can do the same thing I did and use cardboard or sandpaper! Happy Holidays!