I thrift for tape every chance that I get. When I'm at an estate sale, I'll make sure to hit the office in search of packing tape, scotch tape and even duck tape. There really isn't a tape that I don't love.
Well this cheeky tape played a small trick on me and it was not love at first stick. I had not read the package because typically tape is tape. Right? I loaded it into my vintage tape dispenser and was really disappointed to discover that it wasn't very sticky. Here I was preparing orders and I had to deal with inadequate tape. I went in search of the box and sure enough it's basically Post-It tape.
I didn't even know such a product existed. I took it off the dispenser and stuck it back in the drawer until a few months later. It was at that point that I realized that this tape was perfect for pricing inventory that I didn't want to damage with regular tape or price stickers.
The price tags used in these photos are from my Free -Garage Sale Pack. I have been using them to price my flea market items as well as my Case at the Antique Society. More details about that to come soon.
I can't recommend this tape enough. Scotch is not paying me to write about their tape but if you appreciate this article you can click through to Amazon through my affiliate link.