Molshine Set of 25 Decorative Japanese Washi Masking Adhesive Tape – Gallery Series - Collection, (15mm x 7m, 0.59inch x 7.6 Yards) for DIY
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- Molshine Washi paper with a rich variety of shapes, patterns and colors is the favorite of DIY lovers. It is light, waterproof, adhesive and easy to rip off without adhesive residue, which makes it possible to bring creative ideas to life. It can be used to decorate anything you like to add a comfortable mood to your life, easily as change clothes.
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Washi is a style of paper from Japan that is made by hand in the traditional manner. It is made of natural fibers commonly from the bark of the Gampi tree, Mitsumata shrub, or mulberry. However, washi also can be made using bamboo, hemp, rice, and wheat. So they are semitransparent, have a nice feel and easy to use. The adhesive force of a washi tape is a compromise between two opposing properties: adhesive ability and removability. Washi tapes are excellent for light-duty packaging. The adhesive ability may be improved by carefully selecting the type of packaging material, using clean, dry hands to apply and by letting the tape adhere to the surface without disturbance.
Advice on washi tape feature
Washi tape can be reused since they are removable and repositionable. Also it can be torn by hand but the use of a tape dispenser or scissors is recommended for cleaner cuts. Its surface is smooth, with excellent waterproof performance.
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There are millions of uses of washi tapes. Among them are decorating scrapbooks and calendars, differentiating keys, dishes, cups, personal items and practically any other type of decoration or identification. Lots of Washi tape project ideas can be found online. Get creative.
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The actual brand of these tapes is a Chinese brand called Card Lover. The site link is on the tape boxes, and the brand name is also printed on the inside of the tape roll. The tapes set is called "Seasons' Color".
Washi tape is traditionally made from natural fibers. While this tape is absolutely gorgeous and usable for crafts, I can't find a pen other than a Sharpie that will write on it as the surface is extremely smooth and seems like plastic or vinyl and it is somewhat shiny. It does tear like a paper tape or a traditional hardware store masking tape though.
I believe that given the craze over Washi tape that manufacturers are just calling everything they can "Washi" and not caring about the real definition, and most consumers probably don't either, but I do as I need to be able to write on the tape with different pens.
The patterns are true as in the seller photos, but the tape itself is translucent and the pattern is lighter when you unroll it and place it on paper. I placed some tape on lined notebook paper and could still see the lines clearly - you will not be able to completely cover words or other designs with this tape. This tape is best used for crafting projects where the background of the paper or card you use will not interfere with the tape pattern - using on blank cardstock, covering pens/pencils, etc.
I can't use it for what I intended it for, but it is a great item for dressing up envelopes and packages.