Tips for Taping with Paper

by Marie on April 10, 2008

Teaching Kindergarten brought on a lot of papered projects, with lots and lots of tape. When it was time to take down the children’s paper decorations, I had a terrible time removing the tape from off the back of the paper. The tape tends to tear almost all the way through the paper.

I came up with this solution for my tape dilemma. I place tape flat down onto the paper where I want tape to go. Then I place my rolled piece of tape on the flat tape spot. When I am ready to remove the tape, it comes right off and doesn’t tear my paper. You can even reuse the paper and tape it up again when you need to. It works with scotch tape, packing tape, and masking tape. No more tape dilemmas with this simple and easy tape tip.

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