Although I haven't had a chance to use this on a project yet, I'm really liking the look of it. It arrived with a sample piece stuck to the outside of the package and I played around with that a little. I don't have any other decorative tapes and so can't compare them. This one does have some nice quality. It seems like a neat kind of cross between painter's tape and masking tape... being more papery. It is not very transparent. It comes unstuck again well... at least from the packaging piece. I did a little experiment with applying some distress ink coloring to it just to see if I could create some additional variation when I do go to use it. It did pick up some of the color eventually but the ink of course is very wet and didn't sink in quickly... so I chose to wipe most of it off rather than make a big mess. Still, I think it will be lots of fun and looks like a versatile style for a beginner with this tape thing.
Used in this layout: Blossom Diva
I use Wash itape quite frequently on my projects. I love the tape by Queen & Company because of the many colors and great designs. It is easily removable, but once it sticks, it sticks for good. My goal is to buy as many colors and designs as I can.
This tape is great and I love using it, the only thing to be aware of is it's not as moveable as the tapes by Bella Blvd but it's still a great tape and I will definitely buy more tape from Queen and Company!