Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Tear-Perfect Maker Tape ~ C & T Publishing ~ Product Review


by Judy Gauthier

ISBN: 9781617452895
Publisher: C & T Publishing
Publication Date: 15 April 2016
RRP: £8.99


    

Available Direct from Search Press

Okay if you are a crafter or you have hobbies
you have to purchase some of this tape!
I love it and am adding it to so many of my tools.
All of my quilting rulers and shapes
are covered in the tape as it's fantastic.
The rulers are so much easier to use now you
don't have to worry about them slipping.
The tape grips perfectly and just keeps
them all from slipping and ruining my cutting line.



There is so much you can use this tape for.
The thing I love is it's easy to tear a strip off
and even easier to tear it into smaller pieces
for smaller items.
When you tear it length ways the other brilliant
thing is that is tears in a straight line.


Each package includes two 1" × 10 yard rolls 
for all your taping needs.
So I won't be running out any time soon.


The tape is brilliant when sewing anything
as you can keep the pieces together in place
and then the tape is easy to remove and doesn't
leave residue behind.


Do you have a paper pattern that is torn,
don't worry this tape will soon have it fixed.
Do you have something you have to glue together
but it's very awkward to keep it together
whilst it's drying?
Don't worry the tape can keep it in place
and then be easily removed.



It's not just a tape for crafters,
If you use any type of tool and you want
to keep it from skidding away whilst
you put it down,
then add some tape to the tool and you'll
find it won't skid away anymore.

Water resistant, easy to write on, 
permanent on paper, 
and repositionable on everything else 
(even after an extended time)

What more could you ask from tape?
I'll be ordering more when I finish
this tape as it's just so handy!

    

Available Direct from Search Press


I received this product to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were exchanged.

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