mt masking tape

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mt masking tape

A collection of twenty rolls of masking tape from mt masking tape of Japan.

The tape itself is an amazing gift that delights.

The ability to reinvent an everyday item so that it can bring smiles, laughter, and enjoyment, is humbling.

mt masking tape

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  1. Well I’m not a user of masking tape, but I followed the link to the mt website and I found the factory tour quite interesting. Thanks for this article.
    Hmmmm, maybe since I’m currently painting the house I should be a user of masking tape :-)

  2. Thanks for the comment. I had always seen masking tape as this uninteresting (though useful) light beige thing that we buy for house painting, or light wrapping duty. But by using alternate papers, colours, and patterns, and rethinking the product’s potential, mt has turned it into a compelling decorating item, a stationery accessory, and an object awaiting many creative uses.

    I do predict that if mt has the capacity to scale up, they will be in stores around the world by 2012. I would buy shares if I could!

  3. I am in love with these beautiful tapes, I can use them everywhere and on anything! I got my tapes from a store called “littlehappythings1” on Etsy. They are new, but their price is the best so far as I know, and the owner is very sweet to deal with. If anyone is interested, you can check here:

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/littlehappythings1

    I have a box of collection of the tapes and still can’t get enough of them!

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