Washi Tape Giveaway!!

Do you love washi tape??   Of course you do!  I think everyone does these days.  It's the coolest new thing in crafting.  Washi tape is similar to masking tape, but comes in the coolest patterns and colors!  Seriously, any color you could imagine, it's out there.

Scotch tape was super generous in sending me a huge package of their tape to craft with and share with you!  How exciting does this box look??  I was so happy to get it in the mail on Friday!

All of my brand new tapes!

Here are some of my creations....


Flagged pencils and matching pencil holder


Cord holder (made with toilet paper rolls)


Picture frame and calendar highlights


Notebook tabs


Decorated notebook cover

Check out my Washi Tape Pinterest board for more great ideas!

Scotch Expressions Tapes are available in over 100 colors and patterns and four varieties—Magic Tape, masking tape, washi tape and shipping tape.   You can pick them up at office superstores and mess retailers nationwide, as well as online. Head to ScotchBrand.com/EXP to find a store near you. It’s easy! Just type in your zip code.  The Scotch Expressions Tapes line ranges in price from $2.50 (single pack)—$5.99 (triple pack).



And now, Scotch is giving away a huge pack of washi tape to one of my readers!  Everything in the photo below could be yours!


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*Disclaimer: I was given Scotch Washi Tape for free in exchange for my honest opinion.

51 comments

  1. I am currently obsessed with using washi tape to decorate binder clips!! I have been making tons for myself and for my team. I also want to decorate pens and containers. I would LOVE to win this!! Thank you!!

    kmg258@gmail.com

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  2. Washi tape is my new obsession! I use it to decorate everything! I'd use it on clothes pins (tons of possibilities) and add to my pencils. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Marcy
    Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

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  3. Would love to win this...love everything you've done with the products.

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  4. Have never used this but looking at the fun things you have made makes me want to be creative.

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  5. I would like to use washi tape to make dividers for student data binders.

    Stephanie B
    stephb_2001@hotmail.com

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  6. I would use it to decorate bins and containers!

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  7. I would make post-it holders to give as Christmas gifts.

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  8. I love washi tape and use it on binder clips, cards and picture frames. I would love to win more.
    rosemarykn@comcast.net

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  9. Oh I love this stuff! I could make all kinds of things in my classroom! I have my fingers crossed!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  10. I would love to win this! I would definitely be making some cute clips, and I love the pencil holder with matching pencils! Might have to make a cord holder too! Lots of ideas, and not enough tape!! :)

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  11. I would love to win so my second graders could make some awesome products!! <3

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  12. Love your new blog and love washi tape!!

    Pam
    pgreernc@yahoo.com

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    1. And I would teach my students to use it to decorate their supplies so they can easily find them and express their own personalities!

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  13. I love decorating anything and everything in washi tape! I decorate cards, my iPhone charger, gifts, and notebooks with the amazing washi tape!

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  14. I would use washi tape to make dividers for student notebooks and flags for the teacher pencils.

    Teacher Gone Digital

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  15. I'd like to make our marble jar fancier along with some other containers I have in my room. :)

    Michelle
    gimichee@yahoo.com

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  16. I would also love to cover binder clips with the washi tape. I have been using origami paper, as I am tired of plain binder clips! Fingers crossed...

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  17. The first thing I'd do is make pretty tabs for my song binder! Then I'd decorate said binder! Then I'd cover an entire wall with Washi tape! Kidding on that last one.

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  18. I love washi tape!! I use in in my planner and am always looking for new colors and styles! :)

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  19. I love washi tape! I love it for crafting!! I've been using it for my desk calendar in my classroom to quickly see what type of event is coming up!

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  20. I love washi tape! I'd label my students' notebooks with them!

    Tanya Villacis
    Tanya.villacis@yahoo.com

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  21. I would use them to decorate our interactive notebooks!

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  22. I have fallen in love with washi tape. I have washi taped signs, hall passes, paint sticks for reading boxes, clipboards, and so much more!

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  23. I like your cord holders, so I would make some of those. I would also use it on clipboards.

    Christine
    californiacurrie@gmail.com

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  24. I have been wanting to use it on clipboards and on my classroom library clips. :) (I do LOVE your cord holders so I am going to have to stock up on saving some TP rolls). ;)

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  25. I would go crazy decorating and labeling everything I could get my hands on!
    Jaime

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  26. Love the cord holder idea. Love all your ideas. Never used washi before. Can't wait to try it out!

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  27. I LOVE the idea of customizing every little thing! Student mailboxes and paper trays are the first to come to mind! =)

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  28. I just recently was introduced to washi tape when reading some teacher blogs. I believe the possibilities for washi tape are endless in my future :) The number one item I will use it for would be to mark pencils as my students are always losing them!

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  29. I would love to make some of my teacher friemds washi decorated magnetic clips to use in their classroom. There would be all kinds of possibilities for Teacher Appreciation, Secretary Appreciation, Boss Appreciation, Anyone Appreciation...gifts... Washi tape is awesome!!! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  30. I would love to use these to give a bit of personality to my new classroom - it's pretty bland right now!!

    ~Jen
    Hello Mrs Sykes

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  31. I have been wanting to jump on the Washi Tape bandwagon.... and this would be an AWESOME way to start!!!!! :) ;)

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  32. I would make cards and fun wrapped presents

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  33. Oh, it´s so great. I could start making my Christmas cards for this season right away ;)

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  34. I would use it to decor my office supplies

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  35. I really don't know what I would make but my girls and I sure would have fun trying! Great giveaway!
    Karen Rowland
    Adventures With Firsties

    karenrowland112677@yahoo.com

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  36. I would redo all the containers in my office to give them a new, fresh and bright look. They are tired and boring and old now.

    Angie (Teacher Mom)
    Buchanana@flaglerschools.com

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  37. I would love to decorate my classroom and my EC planner!

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  38. I would definitely use the washi tapes to decorate my envelopes <3
    chuaelisecathlene@hotmail.com

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  39. OOH, Sara! I love some Washi Tape!! My next project is covering clothespins! Can't wait!! Great giveaway!
    Laura
    llmartin305@gmail.com

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  40. I would love to color up my clipboards!
    Sara
    Polka Dot Kinders

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  41. I'd use it for lots of things! Covering clothespins, jazzing up my files & clipboards! Love it! Carol cpolston3@yahoo.com

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  42. My students and I would love to decorate with Washi Tape.

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  43. I have no idea what I would make. I've never used Washi Tape and have seen so many cool things done with it I can't wait to experiment!

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  44. I have never washi tape and I would love to experiment with it in many ways!

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  45. Love, love them! I would use them to color code leveled books, make partner cards, outline games, cover clothespins, use it for tagging data, and experimenting even more!

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  46. I just discovered this tape this summer after reading blogs. I of course went right out and got some. I have used them for my privacy boards and I am planning to use them to differentiate my centers. I would love to have some!!!

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  47. I labeled my pencils like you did. I would love do decorate my boring brown clipboards!

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  48. I use washi tape on the sides of my books for kids.

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