Washi tape is a decorative paper tape used for crafts, snail mail and more. It has a non-residue stick that is nontoxic and it can be recycled or composted, unlike plastic tape.
These designs were made by Worthwhile Paper, one of our favorite vendors which is based in Michigan. The ethos of Worthwhile Paper always encourages us to slow down, appreciate the beauty and interconnectedness of the Earth and its inhabitants, and to be creative.
We hope you'll use this washi tape in snail mail cards for your socially distanced friends, creative journaling, planning, or notetaking. Here at Eco Collective, we want to encourage you to infuse mindfulness, fun and creativity into your everyday activities!
Moon phases - Washi tape featuring an original moon phase pattern.
Eyes - Washi tape featuring a peachy eye pattern.
Confetti - Washi tape featuring an original handmade confetti pattern with gold foil details.
Details: 15mm wide
Tape is on a recyclable cardboard roll.
Designed and distributed by Worthwhile Paper with love in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Worthwhile Paper is a family operated business by a wife-and-husband team. They pride themselves on using water-based screen printing inks and recycled white and kraft paper stocks from French Paper Company, a Michigan paper mill that operates on 100% hydropower.
Additionally, they like to use their resources wisely - ganging up cards on larger sized sheets to save energy and materials, using leftover ink from other jobs to make new inks, using leftover scrap paper to make their promotional materials, re-using cardboard boxes from the shop's shipments, etc.
End of life
Compostable and/or recyclable.
Lovely find and makes using tape enjoyable because it can simply be composted! My spouse now uses it for bullet journaling to add some flair to her pages. Reading up on a little bit of the history of washi tape was also really cool.
High quality, lovely finish. Works well for all sorts of purposes/times of year/aesthetics.