If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you may have seen me recently sharing pictures of washi tape. For those not in the know, washi tape is pretty sticky paper, rolled like sellotape and can be used for many a craft project (check out Pinterest for ideas) and for decorating pages of my bullet journal or Filofax. It's pretty, it's inexpensive and it's
unnecessary a must-have. Anyway, I'm going to waffle on for a minute but it's relevant to the story.
I was looking to replenish my stash and found a cheap and cheerful seller on Amazon, clicked to order and awaited the washi goodness. When it arrived I was pretty chuffed with my order so I 'pinned' a picture of the tape from the order page to one of my Pinterest boards (a) so I wouldn't forget where I'd ordered from and (b) to share the washi love. I wanted to thank the seller for fast delivery and good service but I couldn't find the company on Twitter.
A couple of weeks later I saw there was a comment on the pin and it was from the seller. She'd spotted her product picture on Pinterest and loved that I'd complimented her. We exchanged a few words and she said she was going to sign up to Twitter.
Scroll forward another few weeks and I was enticed in by more washi tape. Anyone who buys washi tape will know the Pull Of The Washi, those who have no idea what washi tape is will probably have switched off by now. So I clicked straight to Carli's page and bought some more. What happened next is the reason for this blog post (see, I got there in the end).
Upon delivery, stuck to the inside of the lid of the box was a note:
Thank you for being addicted to washi tape like me and ordering more. [..]
Thanks also for prompting me to join twitter through your lovely pin and helping me to initiate me (not sure what she means there *innocent face*). I'm making a very slow start on there but I'm happy to follow just a few people I'm genuinely interested in, which tend to be followers of yours!
Anyway, enjoy your tape. I'm always excited to see what people do with it so if you find the time I'd be happy to see your washi put to good use.