Keeping dies and stencils in place on your paper is easy with Scrapbook.com's Mint Tape. This low-tack, easily removable paper tape lets you focus on getting projects perfect every time. Pick up a roll for holding dies and stencils in place, masking, and so much more!
Contents: 1 roll of Low Tack Mint Tape
Size: 1" wide and 11 yards long
You will absolutely love how simple and easy it is to get perfectly masked, blended backgrounds with our Mint Tape. Create red and white candy cane stripes, land and sky backgrounds with deep blue night fading into purple, or the perfect focal point for your card with masked off edges and a fabulous fade in the center.
Number of pieces: 1
This is an exclusive Scrapbook.com product.
I found the tape was strong enough to hold my dies in place while die cutting, and it didn't rip by cardstock upon removal. Then, what I really liked was that I could then reuse that same piece to do a couple more diecuts.
Used in this layout: Tell me a moment from today that you want to always remember
Now, this is how low tack is supposed to be! It is more like a 'paper tape' if that makes sense and even though its low tack, I've had no problems at all with it sticking when needed. Tears easily off the roll and I can reuse it several times before throwing it away. It holds down my metal dies and doesn't rip the cardstock at all! I am very impressed! Just put two more in my cart so I don't run out--thank you Scrapbook.com!
Used in this card: Give Thanks
A friend of mine gave me a roll if this tape and it was The best! I recently bought 2 more because I don’t want to run out!!! It doesn’t rip my paper at all like the masking tape i was using prior to this did. It holds my stencils down perfectly. I also use it to hold my die cuts onto the paper. I highly recommend this tape:)
Yay! This tape is a lifesaver for masking. I thought it was going to be like blue painters tape (which I also love), but this has a smooth paper finish on one side and a low tack adhesive on the other side. It's easy to tear by hand as well. I use it to mask of stamps or block areas I don't want my ink to go when I'm blending. I also really love using it to hold together tiny die cuts after I've run them through my cutting machine. It works every time. Bonus: It's my fave color! Love! Love! LOVE!
Used in this card: Rainbow Shakers
I’ve tried washi tape, post-it tape, purple tape - you name it. They all would risk my delicate die cuts when trying to peel the tape away to release the die. This tape has just the right amount of tack to hold and then release cleanly with no tearing. I recommend it highly.
I am loving this mint low tack tape! And you will too. It reminds me of a sticky note adhesive and hold firmly. I’ve used with stencils and dies and my stamper. I may give up the purple tape for this, just need a little more experimenting. Try it, I recommend it.
I am delighted with the performance of Mint Tape as a low-tack tape for holding dies on card stock without damaging the paper. It works very much like my all time favorite tape, Post It Note adhesive on a roll. That product has been discontinued.
Mint Tape is easy to tear off the roll, doesn’t stick to my fingers when I am using one hand to tape the die to the paper. (Competitor Purple tape requires 2 hands to do the job!). Mint tape holds the die securely and is easy to remove after die-cutting. As others have mentioned it can be used several times before discarding.
Another way I like to use this tape is as a note-keeper on a card in progress. I will write basic info like brand/color of card stock, ink used or stamp info on a small piece of the tape. It is paper tape, so pen ink dries on it without smearing. The tape can be removed when I finish the card and can then be reused to hold dies for diecutting.
Thank you Scrapbook.com, for adding Mint Tape to your product line - it’s just what I was looking for!
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