Tape, tape, tape…

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I just found these two at www.modcloth.com – oh my…

Clearly, I”m going to have to add these to my very meager tissue/washi tape collection. CLEARLY. [er, when budget allows, that is. OUCH they’re pricey!]

Here are some choices currently in my shopping cart that are under $10…

 
Are you a tape collector? (So far I’m not… I use mine up!) What are your favorites? How do you use them? Or do you not get the appeal?
 
Watch for tapes to play a big part in my upcoming blog series about my creative process…
 

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13 responses »

  1. I have some 7gypsies, Tim Holtz, and Smash (K&Co). I’m just starting to explore tape. The ones that you posted are lovely!

    Just a tip: You can make your own using masking tape, inks and stamps.

  2. Yep, just like Crystal said I have been making my own. The ones you buy are just so darn expensive! I have found that you can paint the masking tape with a light coat acrylic paint to make them any color and they won’t crack. Exciting! Then, I have found that Archival ink and Stazon are the inks that work the best when you stamp on them. Oodles of fun and very addicting!

  3. Those are just gorgeous! Have been collecting tape. Have not been in a really creative mood as of late but I have to go see those! TFS or shall I say TFE (thanx for enabling)

  4. Oooh, these tapes look great. I am a tape collector. 😉 I have all of Tim’s tapes & 1 set of Cath Kidston’s tape, (thanks to your enabling lol). I use them mainly to cover a piece of chipboard or grungeboard & die cut it or just to put an accent piece or 2 across a card.

  5. I love that tape from paper source… I almost bought it yesterday, but I just couldn’t do it after my trip to the island last week. 🙂 I’ve put it on my wishlist. 🙂

  6. I dont have any tapes, but wish i did! so far i have stamped on and embellished plain old masking tape, but would love to have more of the real thing.

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