Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Blog Celebration Day 2 and Deals to Share


Wow, from 0 to almost 200 in just one day!  Thanks to so many of you who have already signed up for my new newsletter.  The blog celebration will continue throughout the rest of the month as I fill the three boxes.  I have lots of goodies to add so check back often (every day if you want to).


To enter for a chance to win one of the three boxes - see all of the details on the first blog celebration post HERE.  Then come back and get your comments in on this post.  Remember, if you sign up for the new newsletter (see the box at the top right of the page) I will be choosing one person from the subscribers as a box winner (you don't need to leave a comment here since I can see that list).


Today I am adding just a little something to each box (some days I'll add "large" items and other days it might be something little - like a roll of heart patterned washi tape...).


Here is a closer view of my roll of the same washi tape that I added to each box.  I love washi tape and have used it for years.  I sometimes make cards and other projects with it, but other times I might use it to wrap a package or seal a bag or envelope with a little treat inside.

Today's question to answer in your comment is:

Do you use washi tape?  How many rolls do you have?  I think washi tape is mildly addictive!  The price point is so low, there is a lot on each roll and you can do so many fun things with it.  Tell me your thoughts about washi tape...


Some deals I want you to know about...

http://joytracey.ctmh.com/retail/category.aspx

My incredibly talented friend Joy, at Obsessed with Scrapbooking is offering a special deal to anyone who orders from her Close to my Heart site.  She will send you this lovely "Friend" stamp absolutely free if you place an order with her by Friday, February 14th.  The details are on her blog HERE and you can order from her site HERE.


Special Sale on 2013 Scrapinars

https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?ii=1321183&c=ib&aff=230427&cl=100873

Remember the FREE scrapinar with Tammy Tutterow that I told you about a few days ago?  These Scrapinars are free for to attend and if you register (click HERE to register) you can watch the replay for a few days but then they go into the Layout a Day shop.

Once the Scrapinars are for sale individually the regular price is $17.95.  Well...Lain has announced a special sale on all of the Scrapinars from 2013.  Through Friday, February 14th, the individual scrapinars can be purchased for just $7 each.

Even better, you can get all of the Scrapinars - there are 10 of them - for just $29 which is less than $3 a class.  Now that is a super deal - a savings of $41 off the sale price and over $150 less than the regular price!

You don't need a coupon code for this deal - just click HERE to go to the Special Valentine's Deal page.

Here are all of the 2013 Scrapinars that are available - I participated in almost all of these and I think you would learn a lot from them (and who doesn't love a deal?!).  You can click any of the images to go to the special sale page.

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Finally, if you are a Papertrey Ink fan, I just heard today that they will be retiring some of their stamp sets and putting them into "the Vault." They won't be completely gone, you will still be able to order them, but the price will be double and there will be a long wait time since they will be individually manufactured to order.

Click HERE to download the list of sets that will be going into "The Vault" as of February 15th, 10pm EST.  If there are any that you want, it would make sense to order them now!

Can you believe that there is another snowstorm coming?  When will this winter come to an end!  Stay safe if you are in the path of this next storm - it is supposed to get here Thursday...


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110 comments:

  1. I don't have any washi tape at all. I have never used any on my projects.

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  2. I like washi tape as a quick border on a card or as you said a little treat bag or gift. I only have above a dozen rolls.

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  3. I purchased a kit of washi tapes in an organizer at Costco but haven't used them yet. Love the heart washi. Thanks for such a fun and informative blog. I've learned tons of tricks form your detailed posts. caroleewin at roadrunner dot com.

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  4. I love Washi tape and am drooling over the heart design you added to the box. You continue to inspire me and have for several years…keep crafting!!!

    Carrie
    dcmoos at comcast dot net

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  5. Oh my! I love and Hoard washi tape. I have over 50 of them.
    I am a Facebook fan.

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  6. I have never used washi tape. I have been checking it out at Michael's but didn't quite know what to do with it.

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  7. I've never used Washi tape. I think I must be the only paper crafter that can say that. :)

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  8. I don't own any Washi Tape, but I've definitely been tempted to buy some. I'm on a scrap your stash, craft store off limits :)

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  9. I have a few rolls of washi tape. I don't use it often but have seen several cards with it. I think it's time to start using it. Love this heart design you are adding to the box.

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  10. I have never tried washi tape but it is on my list of things I want to do. I made washi paper in Japan and it made me think of the tape.
    Karen

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  11. Oh I love Washi tape! I have several loads and would love to ade the heart roll...too sweet! What I love best about Washi tape is that it is so forgiving... I'm not the best crafter in the world but if it mess up...it comes off so easy. Everyone one in a while I do get lucky and put it on smooth and even!

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  12. Washi tape...love the valentine print. I've never tried it, but would love to. Thanks for all the great info.

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  13. A few months ago I bought 11 rolls of Washi tape, but haven't figured out what to do with them yet. They are pastels in polka dots, checks and flowers. I think I would like Washi tape better in bright colors and wild patterns!

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  14. Right now I have about 16 rolls of Washi tape. You are soooo right it is addicting. I love layering strips down then placing a cutout over the strips. So much fun!

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  15. Happy Blogaversary, Diane. I have never used Washi tape. Can you believe it? I've been holding off buying it as I have a habit of going overboard when I find something I like. LOL

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  16. I hadn't used Washi tape in the past - I thought I had enough "collections" - ribbon, twine, etc. But before the holidays I couldn't resist the WeRMemory keepers carousel deal at Costco - now I have several rolls and need to start using it!

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  17. Right now I have about a dozen or so rolls of Washi tape. I don't use it often, but I did take a roll on vacation overseas so I could add items to my Smash book along the way.
    ScrapperQ llwyman dot 310 at gmail dot com

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  18. I have a bunch of washi tape. I originally purchased mine when I was in Japan. I don't use it a lot, but when I see projects using it, it reminds me I have it and need to use it. I have problems with getting it to stay stuck!

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  19. I like Washi tape for may things but one is holding my cricut mat. It holds the paper but easily removed from the paper

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  20. I lik e the results that washi can do. I haven't bought any yet ,Hopefully its in my future.
    DawnRI

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  21. I have two rolls of washi tape and used it for the first time on a scrapbook layout just the other day. I think it could be addictive! I also just purchased the new washi paper from Silhouette but haven't tried it yet. Snow storm headed this way too ... stay warm and cozy. Cheryl G in Maine

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  22. I have 54 washi tapes now (purged some that I would never use) but hardly use it. I started with all of Tim Holtz's tapes and then had to have some of the others. I just can't quite figure out how to use it on my pages. When I think about it, nothing seems to work. I do like the heart washi that you are adding to the box - that I would use. Linda

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  23. I do have some washi tape and would love to have more. I just recently used some on Valentine treat bags I made for family members at a big family dinner celebrating my dad's 92 birthday. I really enjoy your blog and check it every day via my email. Thanks for keeping it up!

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  24. I bought the washi tape kit at Costco but haven't used it yet. I have some others, too but haven't used them either. Not sure why, maybe I should put them out where I can see them. Love the heart pattern tape, would use it on my Valentine's cards. Thanks again!

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  25. I have several rolls of washi tape already and am dying to start using it. I just haven't used it yet. LOL Typical crafter, I hoard supplies and dream of the day that I will have enough time to actually use it.

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  26. Washi is a great accent and very versatile too. I used it yesterday to create a table tent display for school--used it to tape my pieces of paper together--they will bend but be sturdy.

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  27. I have a bout 8 rolls and I have washi tape some, I do like what you can do with it. I just need more that go together.

    Thanks,
    Roxanna
    roxxscott at g mail dot com

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  28. I have not used washi tape, nor have I really seen it in the stores. If it is inexpensive, then yes, that sounds like something I could addicted too.

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  29. I love washi tape and yes very addictive! Adding some to the envelope to match the tape used on the card is a great way to dress up the set!
    Congrats on your 6 years!
    Blessings,

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  30. I have 2 rolls of washi tape. I use them to hold down the dies when I'm cutting to make sure they don't slip.

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  31. I have six roles of Washi tape which are unopened. I haven't gotten in the habit of using it yet. I just never think to use it. Stay safe in the storm. We are having high winds now, but no snow.

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  32. I have two rolls of Washi, a black and white polka dot I bought and a red and white chevron that came in a kit. I've never used either on a card.

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  33. The only washi tape I have at the moment is Disney washi tape (for my hundreds of Disney photos). I haven't really gotten into them yet, but I keep seeing such wonderful ideas with them!
    You can reach me at pspkarlaatcoxdotnet.

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  34. I have never used washi tape. I keep looking at it, though, as something I need to try.

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  35. I do have, and use, Washi tape...don't want to say how many. '-)

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  36. I have a bunch of Washi tape. I just forget to use it. I have not got into the habit as of yet. I love it when I see in used by others. I think we are getting missed by this big storm this time. Thank goodness.
    Kathy U:)

    kathy21361 at yahoo dot com

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  37. Washi tape is addictive, yes! I have about 20 rolls but don't use it as often as I could probably. I do play with it and sometimes it actually makes it onto a card...
    (gdtwin1@yahoo.com)

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  38. at first I wasn't sure about "the washi tape thing"...but I've accumulated about 30, and use them regularly, especially to decorate cards..it looks spiffy quickly and is so easy to do!

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  39. I have purchased several rolls of washi tape but just haven't used it! Need some inspiration.

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  40. I do have washi tape, but I don't have any with hearts! I love your blog. You have taught me sooo much!

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  41. I have a couple rolls, but I never use them. marilyn2222 @ hotmail dot com
    follower

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  42. I love Washi tape!! Don't feed my addition. If I count them I either have to many or not enough, and that could mean a shopping trip.
    kathylascala at gmail dot com

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  43. I have about 10 rolls of washi tape but don't use them that often. I've been moving away from traditional handmade cards to more simple print and cut cards and haven't figured out how to use washi tape with my style. The most recent project I used the tape on was for decorating candle jars.

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  44. I've just started using Washi tape. Not addicted unless I can get them on clearance. I have 19 rolls and will probably use them more once I reorganize my craft room.

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  45. I have never used Washi tape. Not sure why, I just haven't purchased any.
    Linda in Stanwood

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  46. Oh my, you want me to count?!...lol Washi tape is fun and more than anything..easy! It can be that one little embellishment that brings it all together...(no pun intended..lol)

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  47. I had been a hold-out for buying washi tape. However, I recently have begun and I have over 30!! rolls. I use it on cards and envelopes mostly. Now I love it,
    Cassie

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  48. I have about 6-7 rolls of washi tape. I like it because it works no matter where you use it. it's great for adding the extra on a card, scrapbook page or even a home décor project.

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  49. I have about 30 rolls (bought the washi holder from Costco) and do use it, not as often as I should tho. Very decorative.

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  50. Love, love, love washi tape. So easy to add on cards instead of ribbon. With its wide range of colors and designs, easy to coordinate with any card.

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  51. I have a few rolls of washi tape that were given to me, but I don't use them too much. I actually find myself grabbing ribbon more than my tapes.

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  52. I have just recently bought washi tape for the first time. I have not used it yet but am going to a weekend crop this weekend (snow storm expected tomorrow, of course,) and should get to try it for the first time. Yay

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  53. I have about 25 rolls of Washi tape - mostly because my daughter gave me a dispenser filled with about 20 rolls for Christmas. I love it, and find that I use it fairly often now - on my cards and as a tool in making them. I've grown to love the stuff.

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  54. I love Washi tape, but I'm not confident while using them. I have about 20 rolls, most of which are from Scotch. I LOVE the one you put in the boxes! I'm one of the 200 who signed up yesterday - and Happy Anniversary again :)

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  55. I have about a dozen rolls of washi tape. I have used it on cards occasionally, but it never seems to look as good as the cards I have seen other people make with it. I guess I will have to keep trying.

    rosscdmr at aol dot com

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  56. I have about 25 rolls of washi tape. I use it on just about everything. To hold, accent, frame, border, and more.

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  57. I only have a few rolls and they never seem to match the project I'm working on. Maybe that's why I haven't gotten that into it. Of course I don't need another thing to consume my funds, LOL. Stay safe in the storm. This one misses us in the Chicago area ;- )
    singingpraise at att.net

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  58. Oh my goodness, I LOVE washi tape!!! I have about 50+ rolls of it and continue to buy more (yes, it's an addiction). I store most of it in a really big clear jar (like a cookie jar) so i can see all the colors, patterns, etc. I use it more on my scrapbook pages than I do on my cards, but I have made a few cards with it.

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  59. I now have 24 rolls of washi tape!! My husband bought me the spinning tape dispenser at Costco for a Christmas gift. I haven't yet used any of them but I have a few birthdays that I was going to use them for.

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  60. I may be the only person who doesn't have any Washi tape. I like the one you showed in the photo and I would love to give it a try. I guess I just always seem to find something else I want more when I'm shopping! LOL
    bmarczak68atverizon.net

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  61. I have a few rolls but haven't used them very often. I love them though and will use as I start making cards again.

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  62. I have a couple dozen rolls of washi tape. Found good prices at Target and the big box craft stores. I am just starting to use washi tape on my cards. CTMH has a great tape with gold polk a dots that I love,

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  63. Well Diane,
    I don't have any Washi tape. I love the one you showed, I would love to see some projects with it being used.

    Luria

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  64. Love this. I have maybe 5......................

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  65. I haven't used washi tape yet. I'm afraid I will become addicted to it!

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  66. No to washi tape. Getting excited about stencils.

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  67. LOL! I had too many to guess but after counting, I don't have the most. I have 37 rolls. It is addictive and I use it on everything. Layouts, cards and projects. My D-i-L likes the purse trash can I made out of a pill bottle. I saw it on Pinterest and knew she needed one to keep up with the tissues, candy wrappers, etc. my granddaughter discards. I wrapped different tapes around the bottle, sort of a in collage effect. I ended up making several and giving them to my friends.

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  68. I have less than 10 rolls. Like to use them as an accent on cards. Our scool mascot is an owl, so my latest go-to is a cute multi-owl tape at WalMart (not labelled Washi, but looks like it).

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  69. Love that Washi tape. I have about 20 rolls but still haven't used it as cleverly as some crafters.

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  70. Although Washi Tape intrigues me, I have yet to buy a roll. I see many cute ideas, but I'm afraid once I get it I won't utilize it to it's full potential. That doesn't mean I won't break down and buy some tomorrow! LOL! Thank you Diane for putting together these goodies, some people will be oh so lucky!

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  71. I do own Washi tape. I have 9 regular sized rolls and 3 skinny rolls. I bought it at the time because I thought it was pretty, which it is, but I never had a real plan for it. I guess I was caught up in the hype. I tend to forget about it but the times that I do remember is when I need to tape down my dies to run through my cutting machine. The tape is perfect because it doesn't tear the paper when removed. I know that is a sad use for it but it is true. Thanks again for the chance to win.
    vballen at comcast dot net

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  72. I've collected 50+ but rarely use them. They're so pretty its hard to resist. I even purchased the caddy and tapes at Costco. I am constantly looking at them to try to think of some uses but have not succeeded yet...will keep trying though. Happy Blogoversary Diane!
    Alla S
    seven016ataoldotcom

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  73. I am in love with Washi tape! Right now I have well over 50 rolls and use them all the time on just about anything. One of my favorite things is to personalize all of our phone/electronics chargers so everyone knows whose is whose.
    mcclusks at bellsouth dot net

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  74. I think I own about 8 rolls of washi tape. I love all the patterns and colors, but am not very creative with it and would love to learn more techniques using it! I see so many things posted every where using it, but it just never seems to work right for me. Hopefully I will be able to start using more and more of it!

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  75. I own 1 roll of washi tape and I got that a weekend ago as a RAK and the 4 day scrapbooking retreat that I was attending. I am not against it...I just didn't have any...

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  76. Love Washi tape. Great for a quick border on a card. But I also use it to hold stencils and dies in place.

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  77. I only have one roll of washi tape right now. Love how it works on cards.
    Rebecca
    rebeccajholley [at] gmail,com

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  78. washi tape! Have none and never used it
    ColleenB.
    Texas

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  79. Love, love washi tape! I have just started using it in the past 6 months or so and now have quite a collection going! Did I say "Love it"? janmor913 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  80. I have enough washi tape to fill one of those boxes, I'm sure (although some of it is actually the tissue tape by Tim Holtz). I don't use it enough, but love using it to add a special touch of color or pattern. I took Washi Wahoo and got some great ideas, too. I also love how they can be used to hold things in place (like dies when running through my Cuttlebug) or acting as masks without being difficult to remove.

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  81. I don't have a single roll of washi tape! That may seem incomprehensible to people who have a lot, but honestly, I just don't think I'd use it. I am SO not creative! Love seeing what other people make, though.

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  82. I've got about a dozen rolls, but have actually only used it once. I need to work on using it more. It makes a great simple border on a card or scrapbook page. I used it to make a plain 3" x 4" card into a very pretty journaling card for project life.

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  83. I have never used it before. Enjoy seeing your projects !
    Anna N
    ann2236(at)juno.com

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  84. I LOOOOVE WASHI!!! It is definitely addictive. I have well over 100 rolls (and counting) and I buy every single new pattern I see anywhere from online to craft store to Dollar Tree to Target! In December/January alone I bought 15 new rolls. I love how it can be easily torn by hand, then folder under so it leave a perfectly straight line on scrap pages/cards with minimal effort.

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  85. I haven't tried Washi tape as of yet, but i have the ideas for it running around in my head...LOL

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  86. Wow, what a lot of resources to check out, thanks!! I love that heart washi tape. I've got to quit looking at mine and start playing with it.

    Do you think there is a difference in quality depending on where you get it? I have a carousel of washi from Costco and then found one at Walmart with Mickey's on it. Addictive.

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  87. I really like the look of washi tape. I haven't used any yet but think it is an esy way to add just the right something to a project.

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  88. I have some wash tape but I have never used it. Just not sure what to do with it. Going to watch that video I saw you mention on wash tape. Have a fabulous day Diane

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  89. Washi tape! Have it and love it! Such a great tool! I actually used ctmh video and started making my own with scrap paper! Turned out great!

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  90. I do use washi tape but mostly to keep my dies in place when I die cut in my Cuttlebug. I use washi tape I won on a blog hop and so far haven't found a card to use it on! This heart washi tape looks FABULOUS though and I can see me using it on lots of cards!
    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  91. Hi there! I have Washi tape. I really like it too. I think I have about 15 rolls right now. Use it on cards, scrapbook pages and I sometimes use it to wrap packages too!
    Here in Ohio it has been a "long cold winter" and I am so looking forward to Spring! Hope you are staying warm and safe!!!
    Marilyn
    mrtooke@gmail.com

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  92. Washi tape has never appealed to me. I don't own a single roll. I'd rather spend $ on stamps that could be used for some of the same techniques as washi. Hope you are staying warm and getting crafty! I've made a bunch of cards in the freak snow storm we've had here in north GA. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!!! ;-)

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  93. I've thought about using washi tape but I haven't succumbed yet. I have so much stuff that I haven't used yet that I'm trying to use it before buying any new supplies.
    Thank you for all your inspiration and lovely thoughts. I enjoy reading your blog! anticil at comcast dot net

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  94. I have about 10 rolls of washi tape that I am just now beginning to use. I have seen lots of uses for it and look forward to using it on all kinds of projects.
    (I have posted comments to all 4 days using anonymous and forgot to sign my name.)
    Cheryl
    mimibops at yahoo dot com

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  95. Hi, I am a little behind on the blogs this week .. Had to write reviews for my employees with took a long time. I just started getting into washi tape last year from when I went to CKC. I have about a dozen rolls. I have seen a lot of inspiring ways to use it.. just need to put them in action :)

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  96. I love washi tape - it's fabulous for just about any project. A friend in Japan started sending me rolls here and there about 4 years ago and I'm so happy it's really hit the States now. I'm less stingy when using it now that we have better access to it. I have about 30 (or so) rolls right now. :)

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  97. I have 15 rolls of washi tape an 10 more on the way from HSN, from we r memory keepers!! I haven't used it much, maybe need some good examples ,but it sure is pretty, my other roles r from Anna griffin an stampin up...

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  98. I prefer ribbon to washi tape. But I do like it. I have 3 rolls. Meredith245 at yahoo dot com

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  99. I do not have any washi tape. I like it on projects. When I go to select a roll or so, I am so conflicted to choose that I do not get any. Haha. Kathie Dobbins

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  100. I was slow to the washi tape game, but have slowly started a collection. I received a birthday card from a friend, with a birthday cake made from washi tape. But I didn't have any. Then, I won a washi tape carousel at a Scrap Expo and HAD to get something to put in it!. Well--now it is full and then some, and another "collection" has begun! Shellee srobisonatbrown-strauss.com

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  101. I have about 10-15 rolls of washi tape. I need to use it more often, but I like using it as an accent on my scrapbook pages.

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  102. I love Washi tape and have over 50+ rolls! Yes I am addicted and I use it on cards, layouts, and even my IPad charger!!

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  103. I've only just started using Washi tape. I'm scared to buy too many because I tend to hoard and not want to use things up so only think what having 50 rolls of washi tape on me will do! they'll all just sit there for years!!

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  104. I use Washi tape ... I love all the colors and patterns and I can't begin to tell you how many rolls I have! I have found that I'm starting to hoard it a little ... kind of like that paper I'm saving for just the right project!!

    Jo xx

    gijo109 at sbcglobal dot net

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  105. I use washi tape mostly on cards. I think it adds that little something extra, especially on the inside of the card. I probably have about 25-30 rolls so far and keep adding to my collection.

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  106. I just recently got into collecting washi tape (LOL, yes I am developing a collection). I store it in a clear green shoebox. I have not used it on one project yet LOL! I did add some to some tealight candles - that's cute & I might end up doing that for some gifts down the road. But, as for right now, I'm just collecting ;-)

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  107. You know...I have a few rolls of it around here somewhere...just a minute let me go find it....
    deepabyss100 at htomail dot com

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  108. I Love my washi tape. I dont have many but I use it for everything. Its so much fun.

    Hugs, Jenn Zeeb

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  109. I am a FB follower

    Hugs, Jenn Zeeb

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