Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Let ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape Help You at the End of the Year

Although the majority of the holiday festivities are over, there is always post-holiday cleanup, New Year’s celebrations and the always present New Year’s resolution to keep things more organized this year. ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape is a helpful tool to have in each situation, and not just for its intended use of ensuring clean, sharp paint lines.

Here are a few quick and helpful reminders of how ScotchBlue can help you:

Post-Holiday

Moving furniture – Mask off your desired layout using ScotchBlue to make sure everything will fit just right after you take down your tree.


Labeling holiday decoration boxes – Make next year’s decorating process easier on yourself; use ScotchBlue to ensure your boxes are neatly labeled.

Storing holiday lights – How frustrating are tangled up holiday lights? Use ScotchBlue tape like you would use rope; a guaranteed way to make sure your lights don’t get tangled in the box before next year’s season.

Holiday designs on cards – ScotchBlue is the guaranteed way to ensure clean lines on your homemade thank you cards, whether you’re using water color, oil paint, markers or crayons.


New Year’s Celebration

Cups at holiday parties – Everyone knows the guest who keeps misplacing their cup! ScotchBlue can be used for quick and easy cup labeling.

Labeling leftovers – New Year’s is a time for feasting, which means a lot of leftovers. Avoid any food confusion by labeling your containers with ScotchBlue tape.


For the Kids

• While you're busy cleaning away, keep the kids busy using ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape! Create an oversized tic-tac-toe board on the living room or kitchen floor while you are cleaning to keep the kids entertained. Or, make a hopscotch board using ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape in the garage or basement that won’t leave a sticky mess behind once removed.



DISCLOSURE: This is a guest post provided by ScotchBlue. No products or financial compensation were provided.

1 comment:

  1. We're getting ready to paint one of my daughter's rooms and I wouldn't want to paint without it!

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for your comment. All comments are moderated and will go live after approval.