Tapegarden was founded to serve you with any of your taping needs. We have one of the largest tape selections in Europe as well as a growing selection of other items for all your arts and crafts needs.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or suggestions. You can contact us via email ([email protected]) or by using our online chat.
I hope you enjoy your time on our store.
CEO and Headgardener
The story of Tapegarden started in 2011 when Janina (the founder of Tapegarden) couldn’t find the kind of tapes she wanted from Finland. One night she was browsing blogs and came across mt masking tapes. She woke up Antti (the current Head gardener) and after some discussion had him on board with the idea of selling these tapes in Finland.
Tapegarden was officially founded in August of 2011. In the beginning the selection included about 50 different tapes and a hope that there would be a market for a new type of tape. Since then, our tape selection has grown to include hundreds of different designs, colours and colour combinations. Nowadays Tapegarden also sells a notable variety of other products including pens, notebooks, paper straws, paper bags, stickers and many more.
The Headgardener (owner and CEO) is Mr. Antti Lampinen.
Tapegarden is located in Pirkkala, Finland.
Can I trust in Tapegarden?
Absolutely! We aim to serve you to the best of our ability. We have thousands of satisfied customers all over Finland.
You can see reviews on our Finnish Facebook page. You can also visit our English Facebook page and leave your own review.
You can also find us in Instagram: Finnish profile – English profile.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or suggestions. You can contact us via email ([email protected]) or by using our online chat.
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