National Cellophane Tape Day is an annual celebration and is held on May 27th of each year. Among other stationery items, the thin transparent sticky cellophane tape has played a huge role. Truly, it’s quite hard to imagine on what material we would have dependent if the cellophane tape hadn’t been invented. Cellophane tape is the one which would have made your gifts wrapped up well, stuck your crafts class assignments, and so on. The varied usefulness of cellophane tape deserves its own day of celebration, and so is the National Cellophane Tape Day.
“Duct tape is like the force. It has a light side, and it holds the world together.” – Oprah Winfrey
History of National Cellophane Tape Day
The National Cellophane Tape Day’s history, origin, and the creator are not known precisely. Even there is no record found about its first observance. However, the Cellophane Tape Day is all about cellophane tape, and it indents to celebrate all its usefulness since its invention. The cellophane tape is also known an invisible tape or Scotch Tape, and its history can be traced back to somewhere around 1930’s. Richard Gurley Drew was the person who invented this unusual household as well as office stationery item.
These cellophane tapes were initially designed to seal the packages made of cellophane and sold in the grocers and bakeries. Later, by making modifications, it has been introduced in the market as an adhesive to stick various things.
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How to Celebrate National Cellophane Tape Day
Celebrating the National Cellophane Tape Day is quite simple. Use cellophane tape as the only adhesive for the whole day to stick anything. Research to know about the history of cellophane tape in detail on this celebration Day. You can even buy a new cellophane tape along with the machine to quickly cut and stick things on the go. Share your views about the Cellophane Tape Day on social media using the hashtag #CellophaneTapeDay.