Friday, May 10, 2013

Cutetape and washi giveaway

Today I am happy to shill for Cutetape, vendor of colorful washi tape, and their giveaway. The particulars are here.  This has been a significantly ponderous week, or week-plus, and my pinball brain is calmed by the beautiful, the NOT-cute cheerful (don't let the company name put you off) and whatever feels kind and intelligent.  I have ordered from Cutetape several times and am confident recommending their products and service, not to mention a paper-freak's dream giveaway.

While you're at it, send some mail art today or do whatever it is that you, and only you, can do.  The world needs you and your mad creative skills out there on the front lines.  xo


Antares Cryptos said...

Another washi tape addict.
Waiting for more non-cute variety.
I've started using solid colors in my planner.

My fellow geeks noticed...

Marylinn Kelly said...

Antares - Hello, hello, my friend. And have you played BioShock Infinite? But enough of that - washi, and from Kelly Kilmer, Freckled Fawn's printed masking tape, one with all correspondence-related sayings. I'm sure your fellow geeks noticed and coveted. So good to hear from you and I cannot even explain my absence from your site. I have been a bit of a mollusk, may still be. xo

Radish King said...

I read this post as a SIGN.

Antares Cryptos said...

Hello back, no reason to explain absences. Whether one is too busy or encountering distractions;)

Have not played it yet due to lack of time, but heard that it has Ayn Rand and quantum mechanic depths.:) It looks visually breathtaking though.

Tape, it was initially mocked in a competitive geeky way, followed by an assessment of functionality which led to its coveted and copied approval. Welcome to my world.

Marylinn Kelly said...

Rebecca - I trust you to know. Good. Better than good. Love to you, xo

Marylinn Kelly said...

Antares - Still, one likes to appear rude as seldom as humanly possible. Thank you. Not one to play video games (I never made it past the first level in Super Mario Bros. and I thought my hand/eye coordination was okay - until then), I observed while my son played on several occasions and we were led to all sorts of places - Ken Burns' Civil War mini-series, a book that inspired a Civil War exhibition at the Huntington Library here, and, not least, DEADWOOD. Where had we been all these years? Oh, and the first thing he asked was to borrow Stephen Hawking's THE GRAND DESIGN. Needless to say, we are still here staring at the sun (our sun) out of our depth, but never mind. Meanwhile, in another part of your world, TAPE is discovered by the mockers. The wonder of it. xo