Doodlebug Design - Washi Tape - Stripe Assortment

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The Stripe Washi Tape Assortment by Doodlebug Design is right on trend. Included in the package are twelve 12-yard rolls of decorative washi tape (144 yards total).  Full Description & Details
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The Stripe Washi Tape Assortment by Doodlebug Design is right on trend. Included in the package are twelve 12-yard rolls of decorative washi tape (144 yards total).
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    Brilliant addition to any collection

    I have bought 3 different tubs of these washi tapes - polkadots, scallops and this set striples. The colours are so vibrant, the washi tape is excellent quality and the width is just right for adding a splash of colour.

    Can not recommend this set of washi tapes highly enough, especially for project life.

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  • I am getting back to my scrapbooking projects and came across washi tape. I am not quite sure what this product is used for. Can I get a description please? Thank you. Gale   By: GaleLynn (14-Jan-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Washi tape is a light-weight, low-tack tape. It can be used as a border (similar to a sticker) or as a decorative way to tack items onto your pages. If trimmed into a fish-tail, it can also be used as a pennant or part of a banner. Of course, with imagination, it can be used in other ways, too. (It's also great to use to hold thin dies in place when running through your Cuttlebug or other die cutter.) By: gabriel.1 (18-Feb-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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