SHIPS FREE OVER $75 USD / $90 CAD
We’re obsessed with washi tape so we finally decided to make our very own. Washi tape is a type of Japanese masking tape made of washi paper; it's made from rice paper, it's strong, extremely thin and can easily be removed. Available in 4 muted colors. Use it in your planner to block off vacation days or events and if plans change, pull it off without damaging your pages. Personalize your pens, power cords, and other office accessories.
Shipping & Returns
We offer FREE SHIPPING on orders over $50 in Canada and the US. Orders are processed within 24-48 hours Monday-Friday.
All orders placed will be provided with a tracking number once it has been packed and prepared for shipment.
How to Recycle?
All shipping materials are fully recyclable. Upon unboxing, please remove the stickers and flatten the shipping box and place it in the recycling bin. Once you are done with your planner (and don't want to keep it) you can remove the inside pages and recycle them separately from the cover. Any coils will need to be disposed separately.
Make it yours
Add your initials to any of our products to make your planner, journal or notebook truly yours.
PS: If you join Club STIL you get your monogramming free, always. Get more info here.
We offer very fast shipping and orders go out within 24-48. Most orders typically go out within 1 day or the same day.
All orders placed will be provided with a tracking number once it has been packed and prepared for shipment. For all US orders we use USPS and in Canada we use Canada Post. You will always receive a tracking number once the order has been fulfilled.
Get in touch
If you have any questions or concerns about your order, refunds or exchanges, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you.
Useful new product
I've never used Washi tape before this, but it seems to be a really useful product for me. It gently highlights what I need to see. The only downside that I've found is that traditional pens won't really write on it, so I've had to use a marker.