05 November 2009

giveaway: tape swell


methinks its the year of the masking tape. haven't you noticed all the darling options for our beloved sticky stuff?! i, for one am thrilled with all the easy peasy stick-it-to-me possibilities for prettier packaging. add some fun, add some flair. (especially at this time of the year when mailing packages becomes my part time job. some wonder why i love the post office so much. i honestly inherited the trait from my dad. whenever i go, i always ask to see the latest stamps. and i think, dad has likely been to his post office today too. like kindred spirits mailing our hearts out. lets just say i've never met a penpal i didn't like.) am thinking i'll try out some envelope wraparounds for my christmas card addressing. thankfully, TapeSwell has a wide range of designer tape you'll want to cling to.

TapeSwell is kindly offering one m.writes reader a $20 gift card for their choice of prize! i like the scroll mailing tapes and their cute combo packs too. want to win? simply leave a comment to enter. please link to your blog or leave an email address so i can hunt you down if you've won. now go ahead and comment.. tell me about a DIY project you hope to conquer. return to this post saturday night for the random winner announcement.

thank you for entering this giveaway. i love knowing i am not the only one with a handful of half-finished projects waiting. the winner is angela who said, I love the tape! I'm planning to refashion a dress I picked up at a clothing swap into an a-line skirt.

thank you, eileen and the entire TapeSwell team.
your terrific tape is too cute not to stick with.

159 comments:

cat said...

I want to embellish my plain jane kitchen curtains with some cute circle appliques. I have the fabric, I just need to make the time.

The tape is truly so cute!

julia said...

my diy holiday project: giftwrapping paper - handstamped would be lovely.
j u l i a i p s a [at] g m a i l [dot] c o m

Nikkala said...

A pretty wreath for the front door is at the top of my to-dos.
nikkala at gmail dot com

Hil said...

my DIY project: anything that involves using my sewing machine that I got last christmas (and still haven't opened!). My goal is to use it before this christmas. Maybe on a new blanket for baby #2.

ailie said...

My latest DIY project is some fun shapes/animal bean bags as a Christmas present for my little one year old boy.

robyn said...

holla! i've been trying to come up with a super simple and yet festive way to wrap packages and presents this year, and this is most definitely it! i want some of the tape, and definitely some of the envelope labels, and will be ordering whether i get the $20 gift card or not. too cute to pass up!

Jamie Z said...

Curtains for the living room, curtains for the bedroom, slipcovers, and quilted throws. LOTS of sewing to do before the new year.

sarah chong said...

planning on sewing pillows/cushions with holiday-print fabric (: maybe i'll pick up knitting again and knit a scarf or two!

kendall said...

I want to convert my boring closet into a craft space. (Hopefully a cute one!)

Andrea said...

These are so amazing. I love them! I am working on Christmas projects and am hoping to get little crocheted and sewn toys made for my girls.

mj said...

i love this stuff! i actually purchased one earlier in the summer and i can't get enough of it! fun for giftwrap especially! as for DIY, my daughter was just diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder, so i'm putting together a communication board to help her point at things she needs because she can't tell me. and i'm making some pillows for her bedroom.

steph-a-ronie said...

Wahoooooooooo!

Nancy said...

I am refinishing a dresser for our new arrival who is due in December. It's a dresser I used when I was a little girl. Can't wait for my little girl to be able to use it, too!

Westside Wedding said...

Those tapes swell are awesome!!! My diy project is to make the bouquets and bouts for my wedding, and the OOT bags for the guests.

Lisa said...

My goal is to have an advent calendar made before the first of December so I can actually use it!

Anonymous said...

My DIY project to conquer is the silhouette. Hopefully it can get done in my house by Christmas. I'm sure the tape would come in handy!
katie_ruder(at)yahoo(dot)com

Miranda said...

A baby quilt that I started for my daughter while I was pregnant! I have to have the top done by Thanksgiving so my aunt can help me quilt it! P.S. just swooning here over this tape.

Micayla said...

Hello,
I have just found you and I am sure I will be an avid reader from now.
I really want to crack on decorating a shelf I spotted in someones garden. I built up the courage to ask if I could have it and got it for free. I am wanting to paint it pink for my daughter and make some sweet bunting to run along the shelves.....maybe this prompt will push me into it. Thanks and great giveaway.
M xxx

Cassie said...

Ooo I could add many kinds of these tapes to my project of handmade Christmas cards. I am having real trouble finding right design this year.
Thank you for this great giveaway and super posts today.
xx

Krista said...

so swell. would instantly turn a simple parcel into something beautiful!

NSMOM said...

DIY? In November? Ugh, I suppose it would be to finally put up the cute alphabet permanent stick ons (requires leveling and rubbing them on) for the boys' play area.

Thanks, Maureen (jnomaxx at hotmail dot com)

Cat said...

Since card making is pretty much the only DIY I do, I will continue with that. I have quite a few to make with babies coming and christmas.... Great giveaway!

Kelly said...

i'm hoping to take on some gift tags for the holidays! beallorama (at) gmail (dot) com.

xo
kelly

Liv said...

I just got this idea to make a homemade coat rack, from a really cool stick or pole and then add a collection of hooks (not matching) like you'd find at Anthropologie or World Market. I can't wait to do it.

http://saturatedpalette.blogspot.com

megan... said...

I have some bedside tables I'm going to mosiac tile as soon as find myself a router!

That tape is so fun, I think it would be perfect on brown paper packages.

http://theadventuresofmeganandbobby.blogspot.com/

Anneliese said...

a diy project seems so fun. but i have so many not so fun projects to get done first! so as of now, i don't have one my list...or maybe i'm drawing a blank...

this tape is to cute! love it!

ajkliewer at yahoo dot com

Carpenters said...

DIY project would be to redo the kitchen cabinets. ughh. but, want it done so badly.... love the lace tape.

janibraskasdailytreasures.blogspot.com

Abbie said...

I've been drooling over this tape!

I have a few projects I want to conquer:
-paint a small table with a zig-zag design on top and repurpose as a desk
-turn a pair of dropcloths into curtains and paint bold stripes on them
-paint our guestroom walls with bold gray and white stripes

Katie H said...

Oh my, I have so many to choose from! I need to finish my wedding scrapbook (here's to a year & a half with only three pages done), work on the crochet baby blanket I started & never finished, & work on a cake this weekend. Have I mentioned I want to learn to sew? And I used to hate sewing. What's become of me?

Great giveaway. I'm in love with the tape.

And thank you for your blog...it has been a godsend for me today, on a bad day. I think - no, I know - you influence & uplift people more than you know, & I appreciate your efforts.

katieharrison13(at)gmail(dot)com

holly-lynn said...

my family is spread around the country: jersey/florida/deleware/california/north carolina/pennsylvania..
this year i'm hoping to send EVERYONE home baked goodness & that tape would be the perfect accent!

Thyra Cecilia said...

My DIY projects: make big bows out of big ribbons I got from Michaels for super cheap; tabbing my Moleskine notebook; designing fun "business" cards; learning how to sew.

I'm quite ambitious!

~Kristina said...

my lastest DIY was a spontaneous bathroom reno started out of curiousity - YIKES! Ask me next week what i think of spontaneous renos....
thanks for hosting Marta!

andrea said...

I'm working on a quilt that I want to finish before Christmas!

Hanna said...

Right now the DIY project I have in mind is making more ornaments for Christmas.

Sarah N said...

this stuff is delish! smnannen@yahoo.com
sewing pretty fabric to the front of cloth grocery bags to gift to all the ladies in my family. i'd also love to make a homemade advent calendar like you find at inchmark but it may have to wait for 2010....the list is getting long!
http://inchmark.squarespace.com/inchmark/2008/12/2/advent-part-one.html

Vee said...

My DIY is making decorations for Christmas. I have a few already by my kids are eager for more and I don't have the budget to just buy decorations.

tarable said...

These are amazingly creative. I can't wait to try some out!

Carolee said...

How beautiful! I would love to get my hands on some.

jamesandlindsaylattin said...

Love the tape! My project this holiday season is quilted stockings - I'm half way done! lindslambert@gmail.com

satakieli said...

Oh my word, that tape is beautiful!

You know, I seem to have so many projects on the go that need finishing. As soon as I've finished my 50,000 word novel for National Novel Writing Month then I have a scarflet to finish and some pretty paper things to design and print.

I've also been promising to paint my son's bedroom furniture for what seems like forever. Bad mommy.

Elizabeth said...

I recently bought an old Dutch mail sack and I want to make a floor cushion with it.

great giveaway!

Elizabeth

edevoogd(at)yahoo(dot)com

LobotoME said...

the tape would be great for mailing all of the holiday packages...my diy project for the holidays...does bake a turkey for thanksgiving count? oh and a cute advent calendar for the kids filled with fun family activities for the month of december.

J :)

gapeach said...

LAST year, I spent a whole evening cutting out photos from a Marilyn Monroe book to use for decopauge on my computer desk - I VOW to get it done before the year is out! Thanks - (I really like the tapes too...)
kendal Hall
http://thekendalcompanies.blogspot.com

erin wilson said...

My latest DIY project are some lace bowls I am making for my dressing room girls! Love the tape! Would use it in a million ways...

Chelsey said...

Okay... I think it's my turn to win one of these great giveaways! Love the cute wrap around stickers! Fun!

Kathy Reid said...

Every year I make ornaments with my kids' pictures on them kcreid75@yahoo.com

Jess said...

I hope to finish refinishing some kitchen chairs.

Amy said...

just moved into a new house and have a list of diy projects a mile long! curtains, refinish a desk, baby's room, painting....

John & Jennifer Savage said...

My DIY for today is making room for our (new to us) piano. This is causing every piece of furniture to be rearranged, and my husband's blood pressure to rise. This tape would be a nice little something to add to my gift wrapping area!

Stephanie said...

I have a very old chandelier that needs to be refurbished and hung. I'm tackling it after the holiday festivities are over.

cay said...

Our DIY today is to keep picking apart the chair we nabbed off the sidewalk. I can't wait until the day we get to start tacking on our cute fabric!!

Eeny said...

I have a couple DIY projects on my to do list:
- x-mas cards
- an advent calender
- try out some pralines so they will be perfect on x-mas to give away as presents
- make little boxes for those pralines
- ...and sooooo much more little x-mas presents

By the way... those tapes are sooo great. Specially the Envelope Wraparounds. I love them.

Shields Family said...

I have a few diy projects up my sleeve...some being: magnets, a wreathe, and a crayon roll. LOVE the tape by the way. I love that someone came out with tape that isn't boring. :)

the whytes said...

i just found an old metal card catalog at a thrift store for 75 cents. it will soon be getting a coat of paint and cute wall decals on top. it will reside in my kitchen as a recipe card holder.

www.emilyaidenwhyte.blogspot.com

LiLi said...

That tape is stinkin'cute!

I would like to tackle my make-your-own-christmas-ornaments this year. Hope I succeed at it...

anna jo said...

designer tape, how fun!

Jennifer said...

ooo! how fun!

like most, I would like to have handmade gifts for each of my family members this year. :)

The Dragonfly said...

it's not such a little DIY project, but I'm determined to make built in bookshelves on either side of my fireplace. that tape is so darling!

Lindy said...

Using those envelope wraparound would make Christmas cards so fun...they are big stickers for a big girl. :)

The next DIY project on my list: a little spray paint to make a side table black.

Alisha Stamper | Photographer said...

hm! Those are CUTE! i'm making a yo-yo blanket for my little bun in the oven. Hope I finish! I've only made one little yo-yo so far, so I think it still counts as a try DIY dream!

Jenny said...

I am going to reinvent my Halloween- orange-pumpkins into beautiful gold-dusted-pumpkins for Thanksgiving(plus pinecones and leaves). Fingers crossed.....I LOVE the tape! Hope to send my holiday gifts with said tape attached. Thanks!
jennypmartin@gmail.com

hannah :: sherbet blossom said...

i am currently working on mastering the art of knitting. i would love to wrap up my new babe with a blanket made by his adoring mother.

moreygirl said...

Love the blog! Love the tape! I'm going to crochet hats for all of my nephews:)

Cherish Stockdale said...

I have these awesome OLD shutters that I need to refinish so I can FINALLY hang them up!!!

Crystal said...

Painting the walls of every room in the house. It's way overdue. With a little help I think it can be done!

Lila said...

Oh my gosh. That tape is SO awesome. My DIY project- get organized.

Eliza said...

My current project is cross-stitching my little boy's Christmas stocking. I'm crossing my fingers I can get it done in time.

(and if I happen to be the lucky winner, Anna + Pete know how to get a hold of me)

Jill said...

cute tape! My next project is to make a few Black Apple dolls for a couple of cute kiddos I know.

Katie said...

Quilting from my grandma's 1960's sheets. and a handful of other projects.

Whit said...

i hope to conquer the lovely aprons that have been dancing around in my head for quite some time.
whit.ro@aggiemail.usu.edu

tawnya said...

Holy cow! This would finish off a purse I'm making NICELY...

(my word verification is wearous. coincidence? I think not...)

MelancholySmile said...

My DIY project- making a stark, modern creche scene. Love the tape!

Ashley said...

Love these!

Am hoping to do lots of sewing for holiday gifts this year - my mom (the master of sewing) is helping me with some adorable aprons right now!

Natalie Putnam said...

These are great! I would LOVE to get my hands on a few styles!

Natalie

joy said...

i want to sew a set of stuffed zoo animals. our dear friends just had their first baby--i can't wait to see them on saturday!

www.allkindsofjoy.com

Nichole said...

more cute stuff to envy and collect!

lilfraulein@gmail.com

Rachel said...

I am sewing stockings! (And have been for a while now... not as easy as you would think.)

gigi said...

A diy project I am hoping to conquer is Christmas. How great would a completely did-it-myself Christmas be?

candybarre.blogspot.com

{kate} said...

these are adorable!
my diy project is making a knitted scarf. i don't know how to knit...yet. :)
btw, it snowed today for the first time this season! i'd better get started on that scarf soon.

katieolsenheap@yahoo.ca

so.she.dances said...

handmade embroidered felt bears for little siblings & little friends.
necklace holders for myself.

middleofthetable said...

i have been talking about making some kind of garland for our fireplace forevvvvvvver.!!!
<3, sarah

Amanda P. said...

Hope to tackle the project of learning to use my sewing machine to create lots of wonderful crafts and gifts.

Teresa VH-Granath said...

These are adorable. How much time do you have for my DIY list? It is LONG!

I'd love to win!

greenbagladyteresa(at)gmail(dot)com

ashley said...

I have a HUGE list of DIY projects in my future. The one that keeps popping into my mind is redoing our master bedroom. I just can't commit to a color scheme so it will probably stay a dream until then.

Ashley @ hvnonearth.blogspot.com

Stacey said...

I want to create silhouettes of my little boy (same age as Benji) onto the old-school 2 inch X 3 inch or so cream-colored labels to decorate my Christmas tree. I will only use these with vintage mercury glass balls for a change. I just hope he will leave them alone! I think the tags will also be cute on brown craft paper packages for the family.
www.earlyaugust.blogspot.com

Natalie said...

Love the idea of the tape! Love your blog too!

rowingnat@yahoo.com

marti said...

does changing out 6 people's summer to winter clothes count as dyi project??
i could make the boxes pretty with the tape!

SmilynStef said...

Sweet ... love that tape.

abby said...

that tape is so fun! i want to make my own wreath for christmas.

KaylaDanielle said...

My latest DIY project is knitting myself a scarf :)

kaylac0989@hotmail.com

jomama said...

what amazing tape!
i'd really like to decorate my daughter's room: paint the walls, find some vintage/thrift furniture to fix up, and finally frame some of the cute art she has and actually hang it on the walls!

Melissa A. said...

These are such cute tapes. I just ordered some decorative tape for some little packages that I am putting together for a giveaway on my blog. My DIY project I am working on right now is a Bar Mitzvah party I am putting together for a friend. It's a baseball theme, so it's going to be fun.

Rebecca (Dog-Eared) said...

keeping my bedroom clean for more than two days straight!

leigh said...

what a great idea - those lovely masking tapes! i'm so happy you shared them with us! i'm working on some cute little mouse ornaments for an ornament swap right now, the first of several diy christmas things.

Mrs. Lovely said...

What a lovely giveaway!

I want to make christmas tote bags for the holidays!!!

Christine said...

My DIYs: bumper pad for bassinett,
cute blankets for baby...
chrissieolps@hotmail.com

RW said...

I am hoping to start sewing aprons for my sisters.

Deanna said...

I'm renovating the home office for my husband as a Christmas present. I just refinished a shaker-style desk (from a honey pine color to a deep, antiqued oak color). Built-in bookshelves are also in the process of being made. I'm hanging wallpaper on the back of the bookshelves so that when you take a book out, little flowers peek out at you.

nichole said...

we are currently building walls... just so i don't have to worry about holes in the walls. on and i get to cover them with old books!

Thanks for the great giveaway.

Mollie said...

These are lovely!!! My current DIY is finding a way to hang picture frames from the ceiling with long steel rods. I know, sounds confusing, but I can't seem to figure it out!

baes0004@umn.edu

kathleen said...
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kathleen said...

Wow love the ideas and designs....it makes me excited with all the possibilities!
My DIY project is have a Christmas with all four of us in it, not just the kids. To finish our family tree, I started 2 years ago, it's been a slow process but I'm almost across the finish line. If I'm really moving and getting things done I will finally de-clutter the extra room for a family craft space(well just the girls and I will use it)

Dansie Family said...

diy? i am horrible. i started a holiday lap quilt 2 years ago. and to be honest it's not going to get done this christmas either. maybe i f i just get neighbor gifts out, i'll be happy.

eeyore1978 said...

I have a huge DIY undertaking right now. We are currently finishing my un-finished basement. Everything from drywall to paint to new bathroom fixtures. I may be all DIY-ed out by the time we're finished!!

aimee heff said...

Love this tape! So many options for darling usage.

Please let me win!

tagskie said...

hi.. just dropping by here... have a nice day! http://kantahanan.blogspot.com/

carrie said...

wow- i've never seen this company. love it!

-carriechilton@gmail.com

SoniaBonia said...

I'm working on hand stamping and cutting out thank you notes in prep for the holidays!

That tape is so adorable!

molly said...

I have DIY projects coming out of my eyeballs. We are painting our master bathroom and kitchen cabinets. I am painting two TV trays to use as end tables and I need to purchase fabric to make an upholstered headboard. I hope to accomplish all by the end of the year.

xo.
molly
molly@afewofmyfavorites.com

Amanda said...

am hoping to conquer and complete our wedding invitations before the end of the year.

Shirley said...

i have wayyy to many diy projects to do. right now, i wanna finish the darn shirt i'm sewing! it's basically me looking at a picture of a shirt i like using a shirt i do have as a pattern base and then just going from there with no real clothing construction knowledge. oh yeah! i'm making sleeves and everything. or, i hope to.

michelle said...

Darling!!

Pina said...

I hope to paint a wall in our hall with green flowers. I guess I need a little bit of courage to start painting bright white wall. :)

jeffrey said...

i've got a couple of big frames that i rescued from being tossed - i'm planning on refinishing them and framing a couple of big pictures.

Johanna said...

I usually am so on the ball with handmade gifts and such but this year I may have to let myself have some slack now that I have a lil' babe to tend to. My DIY, I am determined to sew my annual soft birdie ornaments which my family have come to love and expect with their gifts.
This tape would look awesome once those bidies are all wrapped up! xox

Melissa said...

When I move into my new apartment, I'm really hoping to make my own upholstered headboard. It feels like quite an undertaking, but I just love the way they look!

Kristy said...

I want to make some super adorable pillows for my couch. And all the beds...

sherlonkahkai said...

A huge DIY project on my list is our master bath. But, with holidays in mind, my latest DIY projects are to make hand-doodled coloring books for the kiddos. I will also be making most of my gifts and cards.

And, the tape is SWELL. In love.

Amber said...

I'm working with a friend to start up a Craft n'Bitch group. We're having our first meeting this weekend and I'm looking for some fun craft projects to bring to the table. I saw these great felted slippers on Etsy...(the seller is selling the pattern) And I might just have to craft some slippers for all my loved one's for X-mas. This tape would make for pretty wrapping.

Missy knits said...

Wow, I have never seen such adorable tape!! This has me rethinking my holiday wrapping plans. My DIY project list is growing faster than I can finish any, but my goal now is to knit my nieces' and nephews' fish bath mitts that they will be getting for Christmas. 9 more to go!!

Amanda said...

I'm determined to mail out baked goods this holiday season. That tape would be adorable to package up my goodies!

LMT said...

I just finished my first "neckloop" that is what I call it (you know one of those scarves in a circle). I crocheted it for my sister's bday gift. I really want one too. But before then, I hope to conquer a baby beanie for my niece's first bday TOMORROW! Love the giveaway!

Karen said...

Love the idea of the decorative tape. I usually wrap in brown craft paper, so the tape would be a cute little touch. Very cute!

Lena said...

this is fun! i had the idea to use plain kraft paper or butcher paper for gifts this year, and this would be a fun way to embellish the packages without ribbons.

Kirby3131 said...

I've already forgotten how I got here, but I'm so glad I did! I've been wanting to purchase from Tapeswell for months now!!

My DIY project is to get my photos into frames. Not an exciting DIY but necessary :)

Kirby3131@gmail.com

Susan said...

What a great idea! I would use some tape to embellish and frame my studio inspiration board. As a full time artist, I spend my days painting in my studio. Throughout the day it's great to look over at the quotes, thoughts, ideas, goals and pretty things posted there. The tape would be a great way to frame the board. What a find!

www.susanhimmel[dot]blogspot[dot]com

Erin said...

Please, I think that good package decorating, like true letter writing, is a lost art... Three cheers for TapeSwell!-Erin
e.nboone [at] yahoo.com

Lettie said...

I'm mid stream in a bathroom DIY project. So far it's been three weeks and hope to get most of what's remaining done this weekend.

Katie Darling said...

picture frames... oh and lamp shade...and packages...and...:)

MH said...

mmm how about a diy project i just completed! a homemade baby mobile for hanging above the crib. so much more personal and turned out lovely!

www.lovelybym.blogspot.com

angela hardison said...

i'd love to win!

i've got a million projects on the radar, including: a tufted headboard.

erica said...

i found some cardboard letters at goodwill for .30 each! so i am planning to decorate them in some way and put them on my wall. they spell 'faith'! :)

Sara said...

I'm hoping to make some cute Tday place cards for the dinner table. Love your writing! Thanks for sharing your life with us.

earmark said...

OH MY! How much fun are these?! I love them and having just purchased our first home, we can use them for a vast assortment of home projects!!

So neat! Great giveaway!

Bridgette
bsb@earmarkinvitations.com
http://earmarkinvitations.com

loft2dwell said...

I started making a wreath out of felt & pipe cleaners last year, not realizing how time-consuming it'd be. So I want to finish it by Thanksgiving so I can actually hang it this year!

irisice4[at]yahoo[dot]com

MYSUESTORIES said...

I love that you said "easy peasy"!!!!! That has been my new phrase this week!

mfraim said...

Planning to make some christmas ornaments with my kids (2 and 4) and have a couple of photo books that need to be completed (ok, started)

beck said...

Would love to try some DIY projects with this or even just wrap some cute presents!

so cute!

ellen said...

I always ask for the newest stamps too! I love sending letters. This Christmas I want to make some stuffed trees on a wooden stand. I saw them in the Garnet Hill catalog.

ashleyrwatts said...

I would really love to finish my dad's afghan before Christmas. It's about halfway finished...but everything has come up (as it usually does lol)! :)

whitney said...

i've been thinking these days about painting all my kitchen chairs some fun and different colors.

whitneyshafer@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

That tape is amazing! I have many DIY projects to do but one is to paint and reupholster some stools for my kitchen.

chloecampbell[at]mail[dot]com

Rachel said...

YAY!! TAPE SWELL! HOOK ME UP :)

Christen Krumm said...

Christen -- thekrumms@gmail.com

I'm hoping to accomplish having this baby soon... haha!

I would really like to make most if not all of my Christmas present gifts this year!!

Chelsea and Rusty said...

I want to get up the courage to make a skirt out of this fabulous floral vintage fabric that I bought a few months ago.

Krista said...

Love this tape! I have an old bench that was once my Grandmother's... I plan to paint it white, and then reupholster it. It's going to look fab! :) (I hope)!

Quelly said...

I am making some adorable mini-clipboards from a perfect pattern purchased from a perfectly pricesless place!

Avital said...

This awesome giveaway should come with a warning: "Beware if you are pregnant or having heart issues"... or something ;)

I have a huuuuuuuuuuuuge canvas I need to paint on but still haven't decided how to go about this monster painting. (Covering it with cool masking tape may be a start...)

Hannah Barnes said...

i desperately want to make a quilt with all of the beautiful scraps of material I've gathered. It's just a matter of taking a deep breath, setting aside the time and trying to conquer making such a beautiful and functional thing!

Beth said...

I love the tape! It would be gorgeous on brown parcel paper.

I have a beat up old tool bench that I found in the basement of our first house. We cleaned it off and use it as a desk but I have a vision of it painted red and standing in our kithcen. A kind of rustic island. Before Christmas would be nice... maybe I'll start today.

Angela said...

I love the tape!

I'm planning to refashion a dress I picked up at a clothing swap into an a-line skirt.

Rissa and Jared said...

is it too late to enter?
I'd love to win!
rissamerkley@yahoo.com

diana said...

Oh, Wow. Beautiful. Please pick me.


deeahnahp@gmail.com

Tiffany Bryant-Jackson said...

Oh, I have very much noticed the fun tape options this year. I am hoping to complete a few jewelry projects. I am new to beading but it will make great gifts I think.

Leslie said...

my DIY: conquer the nausea that comes with growing a wonderful new person inside my belly. (I know it is all worth it in the end).

Such a cute product, i just had to enter.

Courtney B said...

what a great giveaway and idea! love it!

Heather said...

My DIY project this year is making December Daily kits for my sisters and I. This will be the first Christmas we've been together in 6years. We're going to have lots of documenting to do!

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S said...

I hope to one day be a good enough seamstress so I can make my children's clothes. I know, it sounds strange but I just imagine making beautiful dresses for my daughters and funny costumes for my kids on halloween!

tammy said...

pick me! i am currently working on an embroidered, patchwork baby quilt for a friend!

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