I have been having fun with sealah no sew tape.
Sealah is a clear, very thin double sided adhesive. The tape has been a great fix for adding artful elements to the traveling journals I am sharing today.
I sent this journal off almost two months ago, a friendship inspired theme.
I also completed a french feeling journal this week.
At the moment, I am still working on a garden themed project.
Very happy the double-sided tape worked so well applying silk flowers, fabric, ribbons, paper, lace, glitter, wood and pretty fringe to each artful creation. Quick results... I didn't pull out my E6000 or glue gun at all this week!
Hugs to my blogging friend Beverly from How Sweet The Sound who began this traveling journal group. We began the journal adventure in January and will complete it in early December. Each journal will return to their original owner before Christmas. What a special gift it will be filled with special touches from ten women.
Interested in buying some sealah tape for your next artful project? If you have never used the tape beofre I would recommend the 5 yard variety pack to try first. Click Here
My Mom invented sealah tape almost ten years ago...latest publication her product is featured in;
Better Homes and Gardens (Do It Yourself) this month. Thank you to Designer John Loecke, he has been such a huge supporter of parents company and product line...he includes sealah tape in many wonderful published home decor projects. Congrats to you both!
Have a great weekend friends,
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