Friday, February 26, 2010

Here are the winning numbers...

Good morning! Thanks to everyone for applying for our call for Product Testers! So let's not waste anytime announcing our winners...Here are the winning #'s as chosen by

Julie Batta said...

I would love to test Love My Tapes. I am always looking for new adhesive to try. Thanks for the opportunity to try them.


Heather said...

I'd love to try it out.

Vera Ling said...

Hi there, I would love to try out your adhesive. My blog address:

Thank you! :)

Lucy Abrams said...

I am also a double sided tape user and would LOVE to test your product.

My blog:

Jackie said...
I'm always on the lookout for a good double sided tape and I would love to try these.

Just Stamp It


Lysa said...

whoops! Would LOVE to try out your products!

Here's my blog

Tracey said...

I would LOVE to try the new tapes!!!

Thanks for a chance :)


DominoDebi said...

I have glue issues, so I'm always looking for a good adhesive. I'd love to give this a try. My blog is

Kryssi said...

I'll play. Can never have too much adhesives!

Clare said...

Sounds fun!

Congratulations to the lucky winners! Please email me your addresses to

If you're # wasn't chosen there's still two more chances to win. Grab this Flair and post it on your blog. We'll be on the look out for blogs proudly wearin our Fab Flair! If we find it on your blog you'll win some goodies from Love My Tapes! Grab yours today and leave us a link to your blog on this post. Tell your friends too!

And....we still have a chance to win prize packs of adhesive on our Facebook fan page. Get your friends to become fans and you could win! First prize pack to be awarded when we reach 100 fans!! Check it out here.

Have a fantastic weekend!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Love My Tapes fan mail

Good morning friends. We've got another fan that sent us some of her creations using our masking tapes and double sided adhesive.
Ashley Nguyen Newell sent us a couple of beautiful cards she created with our products that she won from a giveaway at Click here to read the review of Love My Tapes.

Here's what Ashley wrote us to say about creating with Love My Tapes:

"I really like the adhesive. The best thing about it is that it comes out in a consistent line every time which is something I was not getting from other runners. The tape is also very strong which is a plus.
The Washi tape is super cool! I was able to reposition it MANY times while I was pleating it and it never lost it's stickiness or shape."

Here's a look at Ashley's creations

The colors and design of these cards are so beautiful and we love the way she crinkled the Washi tape on the second card and added some staples for that extra flair. Very trendy Ashley!

For more beautiful creations by Ashley, visit her blog hearthugsdesigns

We love hearing from our fans so please email us your reviews and projects that you've created at and we'll feature you as a fan too!

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Blog Winner Review

We're excited to share some projects with you today created by Ivy Wong, one of our blog giveaway winners. We'd also like to thank Ivy for being our first featured fan on the Love My Tapes blog!

When Ivy got her prize package from us she wasted no time trying out Love My Tapes double sided adhesive.
Here's what she had to say

"I tried your adhesive from the blog candy that I won from you and it is wonderful!!
Usually, when I run adhesive tape to ribbon, it tends to stretch out and/or warp the ribbon a little crooked but not with your product! Thanks for a great product!"

Thank you Ivy for sending us your beautiful cards and your honest review! We think our double sided adhesive is pretty great too! Most adhesives don't hold ribbon well but ours is easy to apply and holds beautifully everytime.

Here's a look at what Ivy created with Love My Tapes.

To see more of Ivy's creations visit her blog I Should Be Sleeping But...
If you'd like to be featured on the Love My Tapes blog we want to hear from you! Email us at
There's still time to enter our Product Testers call and we've got a Facebook fan contest going on over here.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

A few good Product Testers needed!

Have a blog? Love Scrapbooking or Card making? Love My Tapes is looking for a few good scrapbookers and card makers to test out our double sided adhesives. Leave a comment with your blog address and we'll choose 10 Random people to try out our double sided adhesive. If you're chosen we'll ship you some samples and all we ask is that you create at least two projects and email a photo to us {that's at least 500x500 and 150dpi} at You can re-size your photos for free by downloading For best results photograph your work in natural light on a white poster board. You can purchase a variety of sizes at your local craft store.
We want to showcase your designs on our blog with a little bio about you and a link to your blog. We're confident you'll love Love My Tapes double sided adhesive. Winners will be posted Friday February 26th. Don't forget to provide a link to your blog in the comments! Good luck!!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Love My Tapes featured at Club CK!

We're featured at Club CK today! We're so thankful to Brittany Beattie for the spotlight of our double sided adhesive here. If you aren't a member of Club CK sign up today for some amazing benefits!
Have a fantastic weekend and stay tuned for some exciting giveaway opportunities!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Tuesday Tape Tip!

Hello everyone, hope you had a great weekend! This week's Tuesday Tape Tip is how to make some fun and easy flowers with our Japanese Masking Tapes. For this project we'll be using this style

Japanese Masking Tape

- 2 packs deco in a zip bag
- 15mm (wide) x 15 m (long)

Made of traditional Japanese washi paper
Excellent for decorating packages, gift wrapping, scrapbooking, card making

Safe for photo

To make these flowers you'll need to cut 3 pieces of white card stock 2 inches by 3 inches. Cover the card stock with stripes of the masking tape and use a corner rounder to round the edges or cut the round edges by hand with scissors. Use a hold punch to punch a hole in the center to layer each strip first in an X then add the last layer across the X. I used Kaisercraft flowers to layer and add dimension. Finally I used the itop tool from Imaginisce to create my own custom brad with the matching red tape. I used two strips to cover the brad and tucked it under the sides and used the tool to create the brad for the center. You can use any decorative brad for your flower.
You can also make your flowers smaller by using smaller strips of paper and rounding the edges in a more pointed style.
We'd love to see what you create with the Japanese tapes so be sure and link up your creations to this post.
Thanks for stopping by today.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Giveaway Winners!

Good morning! It's time to announce the winners from our giveaway! We are excited to be getting some of our double sided adhesive out to these winners. We're confident once your try our product you'll want to continue using it. So without further ado here are the winning numbers chosen by

3 FibreJunky
8 Dawn
17 Smilyn Stef
25 Ivy
28 Bobbi

Congratulations ladies! You've won a prize pack of 3 packs of Love My Tapes Double Sided Adhesive! Please email us your mailing addresses at so we can get your prize packages out to you.

We'd like to show you how well our adhesive holds on all types of projects. Here' a layout using recycled cardboard created with our double sided adhesive and Washi masking tapes.

See how well the adhesive holds to cardboard. Our double sided adhesive is strong and permanent.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Why you should love our double sided adhesive

Love my Tapes manufactures double sided glue tapes that are useful for many projects. Whether you're scrapbooking, hand making a card or wrapping a gift, Love My Tapes double sided adhesive is perfect for completing your projects quickly.

Very comfortable to hold, the double sided adhesive runners come in both disposable and refillable options. They hold 33 feet of tape and dispense a smooth strip of glue everytime. They are acid free and photo safe. To see more styles please visit our website here.
What makes our tapes a must have for scrapbookers and card makers and mixed media artists is that the glue is very strong and will hold most elements including ribbon.
Here are a few projects created with the double sided adhesive

The double sided tapes hold layers of paper on cards well and ribbon too!

In addition to ribbon, the double sided adhesive holds pearls and lace in place on your projects.
Ask for our tapes at your local scrapbook store today! Your store doesn't carry Love My Tapes double adhesive? Don't worry you still have a chance to try our tapes for free, click the link here to find out more.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Tuesday Tape Tip!

Welcome to Tuesday Tape tip where every Tuesday we'll be showing you some fun and easy projects you can do at home with our tapes.
Some of you may have seen our masking tapes at the Craft and Hobby Expo in Anaheim. We got the opportunity to meet many local store owners and they seemed excited about our product. Be sure and ask for Love MY Tapes wherever you shop!
This week we're going to show you how to dress up a simple clothes pin with our Washi masking tapes. The various colors and designs we offer can add to any craft project you have in mind to create. Today all you'll need is a few inches of masking tape and a plain clothes pin.
Here's step one

As you can see, these are quick and easy to make. Simply cover the bare clothes pins with the tape. You can use the tapes from this roll below or trim any size tape to fit your clothes pins. The tape can be lifted and re-adjusted easily on the clothes pins without tearing. When you have the tape on straight simply smooth the tape on the clothes pin firmly and it stays.

Take it a step further and embellish your clothes pin with your favorite flower and a button

Looks great and can be used with a magnet glued on the back for holding notes on your fridge at home.
The mini clothes pins are fun to decorate as well

They are perfect for attaching tags to gift bags

Or skip the envelope and attach your card to the gift bag with one of the fun clips

We'd love to see what you try this Tuesday Tape Tip so be sure and link up your creations to this post.
You can find the clothespins at any hardware or superstore. I picked these up at Target in a package of 50 for 1.99.
Thanks for stopping by today!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Welcome to Love My Tapes!

We're excited to launch the Love My Tapes blog today! This blog is dedicated to showing you all the creative things you can do with Love My Tapes. We’ll be updating it daily with project ideas, how-to’s, instructions, give-a-way’s and announcements on the latest Love My Tapes promotions and news. Please check back often and sign up to follow Love My Tapes for email updates when new content is posted.
We were happy to attend the Craft and Hobby Winter Trade show in Anaheim this year as a new exhibitor and were excited about all the buzz we received about our tapes. We have some pictures from the show to share with you.

Here's our booth at Winter CHA

A view of some samples and our products

A close up of our Japanese masking tapes that were a big hit

Another look at our masking tapes and double-sided adhesive

The Japanese masking tape comes in a variety of colors, widths and styles

We are excited about all the people we met at the show and look forward to working with them to promote our products. We would like to thank Cath for featuring our Japanese masking tapes on the Moxie Fab blog CHA Day 1 wrap up!
We'd also like to thank Nancy Nally of Scrapbook Update for featuring us in her Top 10 Product Trends at CHA Winter article here

We're thrilled you stopped by today and look forward to bringing you more exciting posts about our products.

To celebrate our launch we're giving a way 5 prize packages of 3 packs of double sided adhesive! To be entered to win sign up as a follower and leave a comment with your email address. To get an extra entry sign up to be a Facebook fan by clicking the link on our blog! Be sure and leave an extra comment if you sign up to be a Facebook fan. You have until Thursday at midnight pacific time to enter and we'll post the winner Friday morning at 8 a.m. pacific time. Contest is open to residents in the continental US.