Microbiology: Stentor Washi Tape
Here's a lively blue washi tape that celebrates some heroes of the microscopic world – stentor!
Brought to our attention a few years ago by then graduate student Athena Lin, these tiny creatures have some incredible regenerative properties (her team was able to slice them up into 64 pieces and they recover)! Stentor are often preyed upon by aquatic bugs and baby fish, and if a fish eats too many stentor, their eggs can turn purple! We think they're also some pretty elegant looking little microorganisms. These images of stentor were taken by and used with permission from Athena Lin.
This decorative paper masking tape is perfect for livening up your everyday creations. Decorate your bullet journal or notebook, or use it to wrap packages! Each roll is 15 mm (.6") wide by 10 m (32'9") long, so you'll have plenty for all your projects.
|Width||15 mm / .6 in|
|Length||10 m / 32 ft 9 in|
|Contains||1 roll of decorative paper masking tape|
|Origin||Designed in Oregon
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Frequently Asked Questions
I use this tape for my postcards and also on cards for. Letters I write for Love For Our Elders. These tapes are unique, not flimsy and I want all of them.
Science & Washi Tape - nothing better than that!!
I do Daily Pages ala Julia Cameron’s The Artist Way but I also am artistic so I decorate the pages with washi and things I printout from online. The more whimsical the art the better and especially if I can include my work in science as well. These washi tapes have great designs - I really like the retro vibe ones. Also the washi is good quality, not too sticky and doesn’t tear. When will you have more designs - maybe chart paper?