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Watch our shop; you never know what new item you might find. I have so many ideas in my mind for items to add: polymer clay charms, miniatures, potholders, more aprons, and so much more. When I find the time to create them, I will list them. Michael does Native American beadwork, mainly earrings. We'd love to have our shop filled with an nice mix of decotape, vintage finds, and handmade treasures!

When we run across a good deal on scrapbook or craft supplies, we usually buy too much and eventually need to part with some of it. Our over purchase becomes a great deal for you.

I was intrigued by decotape the first time I got a small roll. It brought back…

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  • Joined November 20, 2010

Favorite materials

paper, fabric, polymer clay, buttons, lace, adhesive

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About

Please visit our shop after reading our profile:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/BigSkyMemories?ref=si_shop

Watch our shop; you never know what new item you might find. I have so many ideas in my mind for items to add: polymer clay charms, miniatures, potholders, more aprons, and so much more. When I find the time to create them, I will list them. Michael does Native American beadwork, mainly earrings. We'd love to have our shop filled with an nice mix of decotape, vintage finds, and handmade treasures!

When we run across a good deal on scrapbook or craft supplies, we usually buy too much and eventually need to part with some of it. Our over purchase becomes a great deal for you.

I was intrigued by decotape the first time I got a small roll. It brought back memories of my older brother and I drawing on masking tape with a felt tip pen. My children and I love decotape and cannot get enough of it! I hope you enjoy looking at all the fun designs of decotape listed in my shop.

What is decotape? Decotape is a plastic tape about the same thickness as plain tape, but it is more durable. It comes in many different widths and lengths (check the individual listing descriptions). It can be used almost anywhere you would use regular tape. Keep your regular office tape dispenser filled with a small roll, the size sold in the Mystery Bags. Use it on cards, journals, lunch bags, and just about any paper craft. Wrap a fun piece around a plain water bottle just for the fun of it. Decorate a mirror or glass display piece with it. On a surface like plastic or glass, you can place it and then reposition it if you want to change it. The ideas are endless. Remember to jazz up your outgoing packages.

"Life is too short to send boring parcels!"




(Some of you might remember me when my husband and I used the purchasing account missstamper. When I decided to open a shop, I wanted a shop name with a broader appeal. So, the missstamper account is now closed.)

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