The products used and showcased today are goldfish limited edition masking tape and messy blue lines masking tapes. Both of them are mt Japanese adhesive tapes.
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I must say the blue washi tape is such a nice color. It’s not that striking, and it’s certainly not very light. The blue is just nice.
You can use it to resemble the sky, water, river, ocean, or rain… mostly related to water. Here’s an example in the gratitude journal.
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It’s clear that I want to create an ocean-feel, flowing water kind of illusion. The blue masking tape is folded in parts as if water is flowing. Alright, it doesn’t look like an ocean, but you get the idea!
The goldfish is a limited edition mt tape that you can get at the expo or maybe from others. It’s unlike other regular washi tapes, which are available all year round as long as the inventory continues.
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(Note: The link is to a list of fish washi tapes and not the exact item)
This goldfish tape is cut out separately and used as an individual sticker. This can be a great material and embellishment for kids to use in their crafts projects.
Here I place them randomly facing different directions. Don’t they look like in a fish tank? 😀
However, what is the best saying to represent this?
What about this… “Reach out to the needy.”
Sometimes it does not matter what kind of help you can provide. It does not matter if it’s a donation, encouraging words, or just a warm smile, a simple act of kindness can certainly bring joy to someone.
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